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Isner freut sich über seinen vierten Auftritt im Laver Cup.Continue reading...
Isner excited about making his fourth Laver Cup appearance.
Reilly Opelka has spent much of the summer embracing an identity as a 'Serve Bot' in self-deprecating banter with fellow American John Isner. After charging into the US Open fourth round Saturday night, the 6' 11" Florida resident is in need of some new shtick. Yes, the 24-year-old thundered an obligatory 20+ aces, but he raised eyebrows with five breaks of serve against Nikoloz Basilashvili in a 7-6(5), 6-3, 6-4 win. Opelka played his brand of 'Big Man' tennis, clubbing 52 winners, including 21 aces. He took big cuts on service returns and won 12 points at net. Opelka, who joins countrymen Frances Tiafoe and Jenson Brooksby in the round of 16, will next play Lloyd Harris. No. 22 seed @ReillyOpelka has not lost a set en route to 1st Grand Slam 4R at #USOpen.Opelka, @FTiafoe and Jenson Brooksby are 1st trio of American men in Grand Slam 4R since 2011 @USOpen.Ten years ago, @MardyFish, @JohnIsner, @AndyRoddick and @Yimlife1313 reached US Open 4R.— ATP Media Info (@ATPMediaInfo) September 5, 2021The South African extended Denis Shapovalov's summer of discontent at the US Open Saturday night when he upset the Canadian for the second time this year to reach the second week of a major for the first time in his career. The 24-year-old South African broke serve five times and hit 26 winners to oust the seventh seed 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 in two hours and 11 minutes. After back-to-back semi-finals on grass at Queen's and Wimbledon, Shapovalov had suffered three consecutive opening-round losses before finding form at Flushing Meadows. The Bahamas resident seemed to have turned around his form with two straight-sets wins heading into his third-round meeting with Harris, but 40 unforced errors proved his undoing. moving Lloyd Harris stuns No. 7 Denis Shapovalov in straight sets. #USOpen pic.twitter.com/l7HMDex23K— US Open Tennis (@usopen) September 5, 2021Harris, who also beat Shapovalov earlier in the year in Dubai, said, "The fourth round is obviously a major accomplishment for me, it's my first one ever, and I'm looking forward to the next one. I can't wait to be back. Everything has been coming together this season. I feel confident in my game and I want to keep the momentum going." Harris, who is at a career-high No. 46 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, made just 23 unforced errors as he improved to 23-17 on the year.
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Daniel Rincon holte den ersten Junioren-US-Open-Titel für Spanien seit Javier Sanchez 1986.Continue reading...
Rafael Nadal spoke about his injury and recovery