Dubai Drama: Rublev wins in 66 minutes, Bautista-Agut loses to teenage SAO

Thursday, March 18, 2021 01:21 AM (GMT + 7)

(Sports news, tennis news) Bautista-Agut suffered defeat against a teen player, while Rublev won quickly in 66 minutes.

Rublev won quickly in 66 minutes

Meeting rival Taylor Fritz in the third round, Andrey Rublev continued to show impressive performance with a quick victory in 66 minutes of competition. The Russian player plays confidently and extremely effectively with 12 ace points, along with great bravery when facing the break-point (6 successful breaks, 100%).

Rublev exploded in the final games of set 1, taking 2 breaks and going 4 points at the same time, winning 6-3. In the second set, the Russian player had two impressive 3-point sequences, accompanied by 5 successful break-ups in game 5, leading to a 6-1 victory.

Bautista-Agut was “tamed” by the teenage player.

The idea that Bautista-Agut would have an easy match against the new 19-year-old Italian Jannik Sinner, but the reality shows the opposite. Sinner shows the ability to play comfortable angle with 16 points ace.

The first two sets took place in a tug of war when each side had a break and went to victory. Set 3 decided to start with a game that ended only at the fifth advantage. Bautista-Agut’s downward stamina was clearly shown towards the end of the set, then in game 12 to hold the serve, he could not resist. the youth of the opponent and give up quickly, leading to the final defeat 4-6, 6-3, 5-7.

Khachanov lost to his opponent more than 11 years old

Confronted with a player 31 places behind him in the ATP and 11 years older than Jeremy Chardy, Karen Khachanov showed the mental immaturity with the reverse defeat.

The Russian player got off to a good start when he won set 1 with a tie-break series with three mini-breaks against Chardy. However, things turned around from set 2. Chardy played calmly and made good use of the chance to counterattack, broke Khachanov’s game in game 9 and went to a 6-4 victory. With one more break at the beginning of set 3, Chardy made Khachanov lose his 6-4 uniform, closing the victory upstream.

Nishikori won the match with 20 ace

Meeting Serbian opponent Aljaz Bedene in the third round of Dubai Tennis Championships, Kei Nishikori went on to have a successful match. In front of an opponent with impressive kick-off ability, Nishikori showed remarkable efficiency in second serve situations.

Bedene had 11 ace points in this match, while Nishikori’s number was 9. When he couldn’t hit the ball, causing difficulty for his opponent, the Serbian player was suffering from Nishikori in durable ball situations. Bedene faced 12 break points but had 10 successful saves, but twice he lost the break to Nishikori divided equally for each set that decided the match.

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