Offbeat Tennis - ATP - Halle: Back winner for Federer, moutet enjoys the abandonment of Goffin
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Corentin Moutet qualified for the second round of the Halle tournament, taking advantage of the abandonment David Goffin, touched on the leg after a fall. For his great return on the grass, Roger Federer has, he arranged in the pain (7-6, 7-5) of the qualified Belarusian Ivashka.
Back winner for Federer Roger Federer did not miss his reunion with the grass. For his first game on herb since her defeat last July 14 in Wimbledon against Novak Djokovic after an epic match (13-12 for the Serbian in the latest set), on Monday in Halle (Germany), the Switzerland has established itself in two sets (7-6, 7-5) against Belarus Ilya Ivashka, passed through the qualifications. Federer, winner of the German tournament ten times since the beginning of his career and still holding the title this year, suffered to get out of the 90th claws in the rankings, eight days after having declared a package before the eighth of final which Wait at Roland-Garros against Italian Matteo Berrettini, precisely in order not to leave too many feathers before the kickoff of the grass season. the world's 8th and header number 5 in Halle did well because it had to fight on Monday, from the first Channel, that the Basel won only at the end of a decisive game (7-4).
"I'm excited to be back on the green grass" ????
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- Tennis tv (@Tentnistv) The second set seemed to be part of it too to decide to the Tie-Break. Fortunately for Federer, he had the good idea to pass his first break from the match (the only one elsewhere in this meeting), at 6-5, and then finished the work on his own put into play. Federer passes. So the first round cap. What had not been the case on earth, since he had drunk the cup against the Spaniard Andujar in Geneva for his return on the surface. In the next game, the winner of Wimbledon, who was very happy next to be back on herb, will be opposed to Auger-Aliasime or Hurkacz.
back in the groove ????- Tennis TV (@Tentnistv) Gets His Grass Court Season Underway with a 7-6 7-5 Win over Ivashka in Halle Mouette Enjoy Abandonment of Goffin
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Beat of entrance to Rome and Roland-Garros, Corentin Mouet enjoys the grass to win his first victory on the circuit ATP since May 8th. In Halle, the 94th world player benefited from a little help of fate because while it was very badly opposed to David Goffin (13th), he saw the Belgian fall heavily at the beginning of the second set and give up at the end of this round. Moutet lost the first set 6-1 in 31 minutes, after losing his service at 1-0 and 3-0 and missed six Debr Balls. And at the very beginning of the second, at 0-0 30-30, goffin dropped on the wet grass and was hurting the right leg. The Belgian header n ° 7, was able to resume the match, then asked for the intervention of the Kiné after making the break (3-1). But while he served for the match at 5-4, Goffin lost four games in suite and moutet has equalized a sleeve everywhere, before seeing his opponent throwing the sponge. It is the Frenchman who will face Rodionov or Kohlschreiber in the next turn., Corentin Mouet dream of a Remontada thanks to the grass, and it is pretty good with already nine places won virtually thanks to this victory. As for Goffin, he hopes that his injury will not prevent him from defending his chances in Wimbledon in two weeks ...
Halle: Moutet takes advantage of the abandonment of Goffin
© provided by Sports.co.uk Tennis - ATP - Halle: Mouette benefits from the abandonment of Goffin Goffin with more Bad Luck. Grass Strikes Again :( Pic.twitter.com/bajws1p6jw - Tennis Gifs ???????? (@tennis_gifs) June 14, 2021 Halle (Germany, ATP 500, Grass, 1 455 925 €) Title (2019): Roger Federer (SUI) 1st Tour Medvedev (Rus, N ° 1) - Struff (ALL) Pospisil (CAN) - Giron (USA, Q) Auger-Aliasime (CAN) - Hurkacz (Pol) Ivashka (Bie, Q) - Federer (Sui, N ° 5) A.zverev (ALL, N ° 3) - Koepfer (ALL) H
Goffin with more Bad Luck. Grass Strikes Again :(- Tennis Gifs ???????? (@tennis_gifs) with AS Halle (Germany, ATP 500, Grass, 1 455 925 €) Holding Title (2019): Roger Federer (SUI) 1st Tour Medvedev (Rus, N ° 1) - Struff (ALL) Giron (USA, Q) BAT POSPISIL (CAN): 7-6 ( 4), 7-6 (6) Auger-Aliasime (CAN) - Hurkacz (POL) Federer (Sui, N ° 5) Bat Ivashka (Bie, Q): 7-6 (4), 7-5 A. Zverev (ALL, N ° 3) - Koepfer (ALL) Humbert (FRA) - QUERREY (USA) Berankis (Bed, Q) - Nishikori (JAP) Korda (USA) - Bautista AGUT (ESP, N ° 6) Mouet (FRA) BAT Goffin (Bel, N ° 7): 1-6, 7-5 Abandonment Rodionov (AUT) - Kohlschreiber (ALL, WC) Thompson (AUS) BAT ALTMAIER (ALL, WC): 6 -2, 7-6 (4) Khachanov (RUS) - RUBLEV (RUS, N ° 4) Monfils (FRA, WC, N ° 8) - Harris (AFS) Pella (ARG) - Lacko (SLQ, Q) Basilashvili (GEO, Q) - Simon (FRA) Rinderknech (FRA, Q) - Hanfmann (All, LL)
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© Panoramic Corentin Mouet In the aftermath of the qualification of Adrian Mannarino, who will face Dominic Thiem, Corentin Mouet also Imposed (6-4, 6-2) for his first game in Mallorca, Monday against South African Harris. The Francilien will challenge Daniil Medvedev. For Gilles Simon, beaten by Casper Ruud, the tournament stops there.