Thursday , July 29 2021

ATP-etc: Djokovics started with a confident victory

In the first round of the Gustavo Kuerten group at the London ATP World Championship, German champion Alexander Zverev finished fifth in the men's table in the world rankings by Marin Cilic (7), defeating 7: 6, 7: 6. In the second match of the day, the world's first Serb, Novak Djokovic, defeated American John Isner (10th) safely.

Novak Djokovics has improved its balance sheet since 32-23 (Photo: AFP)

Zverev Cilic,

The match was not good for Germany, his opponent had two brigades of 0: 4, but he reversed the 21-year-old German team and after the second break he won the 55th victory (55-18). .

The two players won the seventh match against each other, and the first was won by Cilic in 2015 in Chile for the sixth time since the German victory.


Djokovic won 31 of 31 games in the second half of the year – finishing with Karen Hacsanov in Paris, stating the last – scored 8 points against Isner and brought the last five games together.

According to this, at the start of the game, the Americans who managed to break the ball in the first two games were very close, but Djokovic had his opponent in the third place. Isner was close to a 0:30 to go back, but the Serbian soon broke his enthusiasm and although he was still in the 5: 3 position as the host, he had no chance of winning this game. (6: 4).

The first six games of the second action were rather soft, Djokovic won two prize points, and Isner didn't assign anything, so he quickly changed position 3: 3. However, this time, the world champion shook himself, after 30:30 he took out his opponent's organ game, then brought his own ball and then used his third cannon. (6: 3).

In the second group, Lleyton Hewitt, Nisikori Kei of Japan, Roger Federer of Switzerland, South African Kevin Anderson and Austrian Dominic Thiem. In the Sunday World Cup, the group's first and second ranks will be in the semifinals.

A. Zverev (German, 3) – Cilic (Croatian, 5.) 7: 6 (7-5), 7: 6 (7-1)
Djokovic (Serbian, 1st) – Isner (American, 8) 6: 4, 6: 3

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