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Sports Tennis - ATP - Kitzbühel: Puglia still ejected from entry!

20:43  26 july  2021
20:43  26 july  2021 Source:   sport365.fr

Bastad: Rinderknech crushes Sousa and get closer to the top 100

 Bastad: Rinderknech crushes Sousa and get closer to the top 100 © provided by Sports.co.uk Tennis - ATP - Bastad: Rinderknech crushes Sousa and gets closer to the top 100 while Lucas Poule left the top 100 Monday, after six years of continuous presence, another French could well enter next Monday. This is Arthur Rinderknech, one of the tricolor revelations of the season.

lucas pouille © Panoramic Lucas Pugle

for the seventh time immediately, Lucas Pouill left an entrance tournament, Monday to Kitzbühel. The French, today 104th in the ranking, lost three sets (6-3, 6-7, 6-4) facing Spaniard Pablo Martinez, 97th in the ranking.

and seven! for the seventh time immediately, Lucas Poule (27) did not pass the first round in a tournament. Unable to win the slightest match off qualifying (he had won two meetings in Mallorca, against Ktiri and Sousa to open the doors of the main chart), former number 1 French today ... 104th at the ATP rankings Continued his disturbing series of defeats by bowing for the fifth time in the first round, Monday on the background of Kitzbühel (Austria) against Spanish Pablo Martinez. the Northern, who has no longer tasted the joys of success since last April, in Monte-Carlo (he had reached the rounds of the Masters 1000 of the Principality, after victories at the expense of Pella and Popyrin), did not work (defeat 6-3, 6-7, 6-4 in 2:45 of play) against the 97th world. Nevertheless, the former protégé d'Amélie Mauresmo (he is now trained by Thierry Ascione) once again left the court in vanquished, certainly not without discarding three game bullets in the last two games. Apulle leaves the same shot Arthur Rinderknech defend the French colors alone.

Tennis - ATP - Hamburg: Pair miss four game balls and bows, tsitsipas also outside

 Tennis - ATP - Hamburg: Pair miss four game balls and bows, tsitsipas also outside © Panoramic Pair 160721 Benoit pair was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Hamburg tournament by the Argentinian Federico Delbonis, after Having missed four match bullets in the Tie-Break of the second set. Stefanos Tsitsipas, Series # 1 head, has also been eliminated. that regrets for Benoit pair! The French had a golden opportunity to compete for a semifinal in an ATP 500 tournament, but it failed in shifts in Hamburg against Federico Delbonis.

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- Tennis tv (@Tentnistv) July 26, 2021

Kitzbühel (Austria, ATP 250, Spring, 481 € 270)

Title: Miomir Kecmanovic ( SER)

2nd Tour

Ruud (NOR) - Vilella Martinez (ESP, LL) or Neumayer (TUE, Q)

M.Ymer (Sue) - Erler (Aut, WC) or Alcaraz (ESP, N ° 10)

Krajinovic (SER, N ° 3) - Taberner (ESP, LL)

Travaglia (ITA) or Rune (Dan, Q) - Rinderknech (FRA) or DELBONIS (ARG, N ° 5)

Djere (SER, N ° 6) or Altmaier (ALL) - Albot (Mol) or Cecchinato (ITA)

MAGENT (ITA) or Novak (AUT, WC) - Ramos-Vinolas (ESP, N ° 4)

Kovalik (SLQ, Q) - Vesely (RTC) or Gulbis (Let, Q)

Martinez (ESP) - Bautista AGUT (ESP, N ° 2)

1st round

RUUU (NOR) - Bye

Vilella Martinez (ESP, LL) - Neumayer (TUE, Q)

M. Ymer (Sue) Bat Cuevas (URU): 6-3, 7-5

Erler (AUT, WC) - Alcaraz (ESP, N ° 10)

Krajinovic (SER, N ° 3) - Bye

Taberner (ESP , LL) Bates Seyboth Wild (WC): 3-6, 6-3, 6-2

Travaglia (ITA) - Rune (Dan, Q)

Rinderknech (FRA) - Delbonis (ARG, N ° 5)

Djere (Ser, N ° 6) - Altmaier (ALL)

Albot (MOL) - Cecchinato (ITA)

MAGENT (ITA) - Novak (Aut, WC)

Ramos-Vinolas (ESP, N ° 4) - Bye

Kovalik (SLQ, Q) Bat Munar (ESP, N ° 9): 6-4, 6-4

VELEY (RTC) - Gulbis (Let, Q)

Martinez (ESP) Bat Poule (FRA): 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-4

Bautista AGUT (ESP, N ° 2) - BYE

International tennis returns to Canada — but with COVID-19 restrictions .
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