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Paris Open, Day 9. The Paris Dream Lives On.
Alexander Zverev caught up against the Italian, Fabio Fognini, with a very miserable start. But the last German tennis player in Paris copes with this crisis and qualifies into the quarterfinals. The world's fifth-placed, Zverev, once again mastered all crises and moved into the round of last eight in Roland Garros as in the previous year after a narrow win against the Italian clay court professional, Fabio Fognini. After 2:55 hours of a somewhat bizarre controversial play, Zverev transformed his third match point into victory. Zverev proved yet again that his best quality is currently his great fighting spirit. The 22-year-old from Hamburg changed from rally to rally and got the match with the break to 4-2 in the second set. Fognini came under heavy pressure and lost more and more. From the middle of the third set, the winner of the Monte Carlo Master also seemed to be hampering an injury to his right calf - after nearly three hours his suffering came to an end. Out in the round of 16: Struff receives lessons from Djokovic Meanwhile, Jan-Lennard Struff's wonderful journey ended in the round of 16 at the French Open. Jan-Lennard Struff tried everything, he fought hard, but the best in the world was one size too big for him. In his first knockout round at one of the four Grand Slams, the 29-year-old Warsteiner received a lesson from top class Novak Djokovic after a brave beginning, 3: 6, 2: 6, 2: 6. he was defeated by the relentless Serb. Nevertheless, Struff is, on Monday, for the first time in his career in the top 40 in the world.
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abumaryam
Paris Open, Day 9. The Paris Dream Lives On.
Alexander Zverev caught up against the Italian, Fabio Fognini, with a very miserable start. But the last German tennis player in Paris copes with this crisis and qualifies into the quarterfinals. The world's fifth-placed, Zverev, once again mastered all crises and moved into the round of last eight in Roland Garros as in the previous year after a narrow win against the Italian clay court professional, Fabio Fognini. After 2:55 hours of a somewhat bizarre controversial play, Zverev transformed his third match point into victory. Zverev proved yet again that his best quality is currently his great fighting spirit. The 22-year-old from Hamburg changed from rally to rally and got the match with the break to 4-2 in the second set. Fognini came under heavy pressure and lost more and more. From the middle of the third set, the winner of the Monte Carlo Master also seemed to be hampering an injury to his right calf - after nearly three hours his suffering came to an end. Out in the round of 16: Struff receives lessons from Djokovic Meanwhile, Jan-Lennard Struff's wonderful journey ended in the round of 16 at the French Open. Jan-Lennard Struff tried everything, he fought hard, but the best in the world was one size too big for him. In his first knockout round at one of the four Grand Slams, the 29-year-old Warsteiner received a lesson from top class Novak Djokovic after a brave beginning, 3: 6, 2: 6, 2: 6. he was defeated by the relentless Serb. Nevertheless, Struff is, on Monday, for the first time in his career in the top 40 in the world.
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abumaryam
Paris Open, Day 9. The Paris Dream Lives On.
Alexander Zverev caught up against the Italian, Fabio Fognini, with a very miserable start. But the last German tennis player in Paris copes with this crisis and qualifies into the quarterfinals. The world's fifth-placed, Zverev, once again mastered all crises and moved into the round of last eight in Roland Garros as in the previous year after a narrow win against the Italian clay court professional, Fabio Fognini. After 2:55 hours of a somewhat bizarre controversial play, Zverev transformed his third match point into victory. Zverev proved yet again that his best quality is currently his great fighting spirit. The 22-year-old from Hamburg changed from rally to rally and got the match with the break to 4-2 in the second set. Fognini came under heavy pressure and lost more and more. From the middle of the third set, the winner of the Monte Carlo Master also seemed to be hampering an injury to his right calf - after nearly three hours his suffering came to an end. Out in the round of 16: Struff receives lessons from Djokovic Meanwhile, Jan-Lennard Struff's wonderful journey ended in the round of 16 at the French Open. Jan-Lennard Struff tried everything, he fought hard, but the best in the world was one size too big for him. In his first knockout round at one of the four Grand Slams, the 29-year-old Warsteiner received a lesson from top class Novak Djokovic after a brave beginning, 3: 6, 2: 6, 2: 6. he was defeated by the relentless Serb. Nevertheless, Struff is, on Monday, for the first time in his career in the top 40 in the world.
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