Sunday, April 11, 2021 19:00 PM (GMT + 7)
(Sports news, tennis news) Bernard Tomic, former No. 17 in the world, had to stop in the Monte Carlo qualifiers.
Tomic stopped in qualifying
The match between Bernard Tomic and Salvatore Caruso is in the final qualifying round of Monte Carlo. Tomic once had a time ranked 17th in the world but he has now dropped to 21st place. The opponent of the Australian player is Caruso ranked 87 in the world. And when he first met, Caruso showed why he was more than 100 steps ahead of his opponent.
Tomic stopped walking in the Monte Carlo qualifiers
In set 1, the two players struggled until game 6 when Tomic won a break. But immediately, Caruso reclaimed a break in the next game. The scenario continued to repeat after that when each player won 1 more break to bring the set to the tie-break series. Here, Tomic was suddenly defeated easily by the opponent with the score 2-7.
Going into set 2, things went even worse for Tomic. The German player quickly hung up his racquet in front of his opponent with a score of 0-6. In the end, Caruso overcame the opponent with the score 7-6 (2), 6-0 after 1 hour and 16 minutes of playing to advance to the first round of Monte Carlo.