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Second seed Denis Shapovalov moved past Frances Tiafoe 6-3, 6-4, to reach the semi-finals at the cinch Championships in a match that ran over two days in London. On Friday evening, the Canadian hit four aces and won 82 per cent (14/17) of his first-service points to move a set ahead before bad light stopped play. Shapovalov, who is No. 14 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, returned on Saturday to close out the match and move to 18-12 on the season. Shapovalov, who reached the Gonet Geneva Open final (l. to Ruud) in May, had not won multiple matches at a grass-court event before this week, but has now won three matches at the Queen’s Club and will face Brit Cameron Norrie in the semi-finals. [WATCH LIVE 1]In the opening set on Friday, Shapovalov made the breakthrough in the sixth game to move 4-2 ahead before closing out on serve. He then continued where he left off on Saturday, as he played aggressive tennis on his groundstrokes to dictate from the baseline, gaining one break in the second set to advance in 91 minutes.Tiafoe, who also reached the quarter-finals in 2018 at Queen’s (l. to Chardy), is now 12-11 on the season. The American won the Viking Open in Nottingham of the ATP Challenger Tour last week.
Jack Draper produced a brilliant performance as he saved two set points on his way to upsetting third seed Jannik Sinner 7-6(6), 7-6(2), as he recorded his maiden ATP Tour main draw win in the first round of the cinch Championships in London.The British wild card, who is currently No. 309 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, was contesting just his second ATP Tour event after he played at the Miami Open presented by Itau in March. The 19-year-old struck 11 aces and fought back from 0-4 down and from 4/6 in the first-set tie-break to claim victory in two hours.On the defeat, Sinner said: “At the beginning it worked well, but after a bit, he understood my game. It was a little bit of a rollercoaster and he played the important points better than me. Today, I was not serving well and I think he deserved to win. He has more experience than me on the grass and I wish him good luck.”Sinner, who is currently No. 23 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, reached the fourth round at Roland Garros last week (l. to Nadal) and became the second-youngest finalist in the Miami Open presented by Itau tournament's 36-year history (l. to Hurkacz), in March.However, the #NextGenATP star could not convert this form onto the grass on Monday and is now 24-12 on the season. After Sinner made a fast start to lead 4-0, his British opponent gained one of the breaks back in a mammoth fifth game. This gave Draper momentum as he went onto win five of the next seven games to force a tie-break. From 4-6 down, he reeled off four straight points, claiming the opener when Sinner netted a forehand.Draper then recovered after losing serve mid-way through the second set as he broke back at 4-5, winning 67 per cent (6/9) of points on Sinner’s second serve in the set. The youngster, who has a 7-9 career record on the ATP Challenger Tour, then cruised through the tie-break to progress. He will play either Alexander Bublik or Jeremy Chardy in the second round.
Tennisprofi Yannick Hanfmann hat beim ATP-Turnier in Stuttgart das Achtelfinale erreicht.Der 29 Jahre alte Karlsruher setzte sich am Mittwoch in seinem Auftaktduell mit 6:4, 6:4 gegen den Franzosen Jeremy Chardy durch und trifft nun auf dessen an Nummer sechs gesetzten Landsmann Ugo Humbert.Der Tennis-Podcast "Cross Court" mit neuer Folge zu den French Open ist auf podcast.sport1.de, in der SPORT1 App sowie auf den gängigen Streaming-Plattformen Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Amazon Music, Deezer und Podigee abrufbarWegen der Verschiebung der French Open um eine Woche findet das Rasenturnier in Stuttgart parallel zum Sandplatz-Klassiker in Paris statt.Die deutsche Nummer eins Alexander Zverev, in Roland Garros im Halbfinale, musste daher absagen. Hanfmann war in Paris in der ersten Runde gescheitert.
Dominic Thiem will travel to Barcelona for a specialist’s opinion after injuring his right wrist at the Mallorca Championships on Tuesday.The Austrian star, who was forced to retire against Adrian Mannarino after taking the lead in the first set at the ATP 250 event, remained positive in a post on social media Wednesday.“Yesterday during the match I had a problem with my wrist,” Thiem wrote on social media. “I went immediately to do an MRI at the hospital in Palma de Mallorca. The results weren’t that clear and I have decided to go to Barcelona to check with a specialist.“I hope I can get the results and a clear diagnosis in the next days.”I hope I can get the results and a clear diagnosis in the next days.— Dominic Thiem (@ThiemDomi) June 23, 2021The 27-year-old, who was the top seed in Mallorca, struck a forehand at 5-2, and immediately halted play as he appeared to injure his right wrist. After receiving a medical time out, he was unable to continue and Mannarino advanced to the quarter-finals.Thiem is next scheduled to compete at Wimbledon, which will begin on Monday 28 June 2021.
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Die beiden Österreicherinnen Barbara Haas und Julia Grabher stehen in der Wimbledon-Qualifikation in der zweiten Runde.