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Tennis: Bondar lost to Bejo in a twisted match

Tennis: Bondar lost to Bejo in a twisted match

The main draw of the French Open tennis tournament, that is, the men’s and women’s singles competition, has begun at Roland Garros. Opening the first round, Udvardy Panna lost in three matches, while Márton Fucsovics won in four sets, so he could meet Novak Djokovic in the next round, if the Serbian legend advances. Ana Bondar played against Romania’s Irina Camelia Bego, ranked 27th, losing in two sets. Dalma Galfi is still playing until Monday.


Roland Garros, Paris (49,600,000 euros, slag)
Women’s Songs, First Round
Ana Bondar Irina Camelia Bego (Romanian, 27) 4:6, 2:6

Irina Zemanovich (Belarus) – Udvardi Bana 6: 7 (6-8), 6: 3, 6: 1

Monday, around 1 p.m.: Dalma Galvi – Varvara Graksova (Russian)

Men’s stuff, first round
Marton Vosovic – Hugo Grenier (France) 6:3, 5:7, 6:1, 6:3

Anna Bondor lost in two sets of the twenty-seventh

Ana Bondar had a great start to the first set against the much better Romanian Irina Camelia Bego. He broke, leading 3: 1 and then 4: 2, but Begu pulled himself together and turned the set – Begu won 6: 4. The Romanian’s serve game was not at all reliable, so there were many chances for a break.

Unfortunately, Begu was more focused in the second set and quickly made it to 5:2 when he was able to serve for the match. He solved this task without any problems and won the match by taking the last ten balls of the match in succession.


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Our first tennis player got off to a great start, winning his first three matches against Hugo Grenier. Then he managed to maintain the break advantage with a very confident game of service. The Frenchman could not win a single point in his first four reception games, and when he served Marton Vosovich in the set, even then he won only one, the first. 63

In the second game, Fucsovics managed to break the ball at 3: 3, but could not combine, Grenier turned back (4: 4). Then, at exactly 5:6, the French won the betting game again, thus drawing a draw. 5:7

Fucsovics took the third set again, with a very confident match, At a ratio of 6:1 acquitted He was able to break right away at the start of the fourth, and that proved enough. He won his last two service matches to nil. 63

Interestingly, Fucsovics only lost one point in his first eight service matches (32-1), and in fact, only lost one point out of 35.

Marton Vosovic could face third seed Novak Djokovic in the next round if he defeats Serbian tennis legend Aleksandar Kovacevich on Monday.

UDVARDY PANNA lost three matches and was eliminated

All the first five matches of the match between Udvardi Bana and Irina Zemanović brought a break. When Udvardy was leading 3: 2, the Hungarian player was able to serve, and then break again at 4: 2. However, the Belarusian did not let the game slip out of his hands, avoiding two match points to equalize (5: 5) and then overturn (5: 5). 6), but Udvardi brought his serve to shorten the match. There, his opponent had two set points at 6-4, but Udvardy won four in a row to take the set 8-6. 7:6

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The second match also started with two breaks, and after 2: 2 Szimanovics again took Udvardy’s serve. At the time, we didn’t think the 24-year-old tennis player wouldn’t win matches in a match as a server. That’s how it happened…

Szimanovics managed to break down continuously (Udvardy won the game only as a receiver), so the second set with 6:3, the third At a ratio of 6:1 his innocence.

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Roland Garros, Paris (49,600,000 euros, slag)
Men’s stuff, first round
Arnaldi (Italian) – Galan (Colombian) 2:6, 6:3, 6:0, 6:2
Musetti (Italian, 17) —M. Ymir (Sweden) 7:5, 6:2, 6:4
Shevchenko (RUS) – Otti (German) 7:5, 4:6, 6:1, 7:6
Bui (France) – Rodinov (Austria) 6:2, 6:4, 6:3
Kubler (Australia) – Acosta (Argentina) 1:6, 6:3, 6:4, 3:6, 6:1
Offner (Austria) – Chrissie (USA) 6:4, 7:6, 6:2
Korda (USA, 24) – McDonald (USA) 6:4, 7:5, 6:4
Borges (Portugal) – Isner (USA) 6:4, 5:7, 7:6, 4:6, 7:6
CARBALEZ (ESP) – NAVA (USA) 7:6, 6:3, 6:2
Tsepasz (Greek, fifth) – Vesely (Czech Republic) 7:5, 6:3, 4:6, 7:6
Foxofix (Hungarian) – Grenier (French) 6:4, 5:7, 6:1, 6:3
Griekspoor (Dutch) –P. Martinez (ESP) 6:4, 2:6, 0:6, 7:5, 6:3
Hurkacz (Poland, 13th place) – Goffin (Belgium) 6:3, 5:7, 6:4, 2:6, 6:4
Khachanov (Russia, 11th) – Lestienne (France) 3:6, 1:6, 6:2, 6:1, 6:3
Albot (Moldova) – Kipson (USA) 6: 3, 6: 2, 4: 6, 6: 1
Kokkinakis (Australian) – Evans (British, 20) 6:4, 6:4, 6:4
Sonego (Italian) – Shelton (American, 30) 6:4, 3:6, 6:3, 6:3
Humbert (France) – Mannarino (France) 6:3, 6:3, 6:1
Moutiers (France) – Casaux (France) 6:1, 6:3, 4:6, 6:4
Rublev (Russian, seventh) – Djeri (Gyor, Serbian) 6:1, 3:6, 6:3, 6:4

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Roland Garros, Paris (49,600,000 euros, slag)
Women’s Songs, First Round

Macová (Czech Republic) – Sakkari (Greece, 8.) 7:6, 7:5
Podoroska (Argentina) – Ponchet (France) 6: 0, 6: 2
Erani (Italian) – Teichmann (Swiss) 3:6, 6:4, 6:2
Pegu (Roman, 27) – Bondar 6:2, 6:4
Fernandez (Canada) – Lynette (Poland, 21) 6:3, 1:6, 6:3
Towson (Denmark) – Szasznovic (Belarus) 6:2, 6:0
Gungen (France) – Pearl (Australia) 6:4, 6:7, 6:3
Samsonova (Russian, 15th place) – Volynets (American) 6: 0, 6: 1
Sherif (Egypt) – Pringle (American) 6: 3, 6: 1
Potapova (RU, 24) – Townsend (USA) 6:1, 6:2
Mertens (Belgium, 28) – Hruncáková (Slovak) 6:1, 6:4
Giorgi (Italian) – Cornet (French) 6:3, 6:4
Pegula (USA, third) – Collins (USA) 6:4, 6:2
Hunter (Australia) – Parisas (Spain) 4:6, 6:2, 6:4
Cheng Kinwen (China, 19) vs Zidancic (Slovenia) 6:3, 6:1
Fritsch (POL) – Zhang Suai (CHN, 29) 6:1, 6:1
Rahimova (Russian) – Bilgic (Czech Republic) 6: 0, 6: 3
Szimanovics (Belarus) – Udvardy 6:7, 6:3, 6:1
Zablinka (Belarus) – Kostyuk (Ukraine) 6:3, 6:2
Kaszatkina (Russian, 9th place) – Niemeyer (German) 6:3, 6:4

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