Went well again: the German team prevented the ATP Cup from ending prematurely. Thanks to the excellent performances of John-Lenard Struff and Olympic champion Alexander Sverev, nothing is still possible.
German tennis players around Alexander Sverrev Permission ATP Hope to get a place in the semifinals of the Cup series. John-Lenard Struff And Zverev took care of Tuesday Sydney Against United States Through the successes they have achieved personally, the required success in the second team game has already been confirmed after the individual.
Two days later against a 1: 2 start England Struff wrestled first, making a strong impact John Isner 7: 6 (9: 7), 4: 6, 7: 5 below. Sverev then won a 6: 4, 6: 4 win over Taylor Fritz and made it impossible to capture a 2-0 draw in the final service game with a sixth match point. Finally, the dual is still in the program. Kevin Kravitz and Tim Butts play against Fritz and Isner.
“Glad you gave us a chance at the semifinals.”
Despite the difficulties, Sverev was eventually satisfied with his performance. “I’m glad you gave us the chance to go to the semifinals,” said the world number three. The 24-year-old missed three matches in a row against the Fritz, and a smashed pass through the middle through the second serve finally marks the end of the sixth chance one and a half hours later.
Earlier, Struff had escaped Isner’s 31 aces with a height of 2.08 meters. Warsteiner used his third match point for the 36-year-old Service’s first win against Isner. “It’s always tough against John. I’ve played against him four times, lost four times. That’s why I’m so happy to have won for my team,” said Struff, 31.
The German team had to get its first win after the opening defeat against Great Britain, to get a chance to beat the team in season C. Only the top four finishers will qualify for the semifinals. The last German enemy this Thursday Canada, Which will meet the British earlier on Tuesday. In addition to its own success in the end, the German choice also depends on the slip of Great Britain.
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