Davis Cup Germany misses semi -finals extremely directly
Jan-Lennard Stuff initially opened the objective for the semi-finals for the German Davis Cup group. Stuff won 6: 3, 4: 6, 7: 6 (7: 2) with a constant look in Malaga.
- Stuff justifies his function as a point supplier
- Otto in the tie-break without opportunity
- Hospital/Shapovalov seal Germans
Stuff justifies his function as a point supplier
Stuff had actually won all of his 3 people in the group phase in Hamburg and was a warranty for moving into the knockout phase. He entered into the match against Shapovalov (ATP-18.) With a 5: 3 balance, but after an overall challenging season and with his present world ranking position 152 as an outsider.
Nevertheless, there was little to feel from the start, Stuff was immediately in and secured the very first set with strong service and an almost flawless appearance. In the 2nd round, Shapovalov increased and dominated, specifically after his strong very first serve. Stuff was not put off by the problem and at the end the match brought home with the 3rd match ball.
Otto in the tie-break without opportunity
This eventually demanded the unbeaten double Kevin Gleiwitz/Tim Putz (Coburg/Frankfurt) in the definitive duel. Challengers in the semi-finals would have been the Italians who formerly dominated 2-1 against the U.S.A. The last German victory in the Davis Cup was successful in 1993.
In the 2nd single versus the world ranking of Felix Auger-Aliasseime, Oscar Otto (Cologne) currently had the chance to protect the semi-finals to the team of nationwide coach Michael Kuhlmann, who began without leading gamer Alexander Zverev. The 29-year-old lost FAA in 2 sets with 6: 7 (1: 7), 4: 6, causing the North Americans to match.
Hospital/Shapovalov seal Germans
Therefore, the German Davis Cup group missed out on the semi-finals from last year without the best German gamer Zeal.
Versus Shapovalov/Vase Hospital, the German duo plainly went 6-2 from the very first set, however the second controlled the Canadians. In the end it was 6: 2, 3: 6, 3: 6 from the perspective of the Germans.
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Jan-Lennard Stuff at first opened the objective for the semi-finals for the German Davis Cup team. Stuff won 6: 3, 4: 6, 7: 6 (7: 2) with a constant appearance in Malaga.
There was little to feel from the start, Stuff was immediately in and protected the first set with strong service and a practically flawless appearance. In the end it was 6: 2, 3: 6, 3: 6 from the viewpoint of the Germans.