Roland Garros-2019: Federer triumphantly returned to Paris, starting the success of Zizipus and Nishikori

Ролан Гаррос-2019: Федерер победно вернулся в Париж, стартовые успехи Циципаса и Нисикори

In the Open championship of France on tennis completed the first portion matches men’s singles.

Roger Federer for the first time in 2015 came on the clay
court of Roland Garros. The return of the legendary Swiss has been a successful match
against the 74-th racket of the world Lorenzo Sonego Federer won in three sets in 1 hour and
43 minutes. On the way to victory for the third seeded made 5 breaks, played 3 of 4
break points, hit 5 aces and made 36 winnershow and made just 15
unforced errors. In the second round Federer will face a “lucky loser” from
Germany Oscar Otto.

The first round won and Stefanos Zizipus. Sixth racket of the world in a duel with Maximilian Morterero on his serve and did not allow a single break point and won 91% of games with first pitch. German only in the third set, managed to neutralize the receiving Ticipate, but in the tie-break opportunities for the opponent of a Greek left. For updating a personal record at Roland Garros Zizipus argue with the 86-th racket of the world Hugo Delena.

The main sensation of the day was the failure of last year’s
semi-finalist Marco Cecchinato, who in the match with Nicolas Mahut managed to give the victory
from the account 6:2, 7:6, 2:2 and 40:15 on admission. Mayu pulled out the third set and then at
the support of the home crowd organized an impressive comeback.

The results of matches of seeded players:

Roger Federer (Switzerland, 3) — Lorenzo Sonego (Italy) –
6:2, 6:4, 6:4

Kei Nishikori (Japan, 7) – Quentin Alice (France) – 6:2, 6:3,
6:4

Nicolas Mahut (France) — Marco Cecchinato (Italy, 16) – 2:6,
6:7, 6:4, 6:2, 6:4

David Goffin (Belgium, 27) — Ricardas Berankis (Lithuania) – 6:0,
6:2, 6:2

Diego Schwartzman (Argentina, 17) — The Marton Vucovich (Hungary)
– 6:3, 3:6, 7:6, 2:6, 6:2

Thomas Fabbiano (Italy) – Marin Cilic (Croatia, 11) –
3:6, 5:7, 1:6

Matteo Berrettini (Italy, 29) – Pablo Andujar (Spain)
– 6:7, 6:4, 6:4, 6:2

Zizipus Stefanos (Greece, 6) – Maximilian Marterer
(Germany) – 6:2, 6:2, 7:6

Adrian Ramos (Spain) – Laszlo Gyor (Serbia, 31) – 3:6,
2:6, 6:7

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