Canada: Umag: sinner thwarts the plans of Alcaraz

Pera stuns Kontaveit in Hamburg for 2nd title in 7 days

  Pera stuns Kontaveit in Hamburg for 2nd title in 7 days HAMBURG, Germany (AP) — American player Bernarda Pera stunned top-seeded Anett Kontaveit 6-2, 6-4 to win the Hamburg European Open on Saturday for her second title in seven days. The 81st-ranked Pera, who won her first WTA title in Budapest last week, saved three of the four break points she faced and took four of the six she created to beat Kontaveit, the world No. 2. It was Pera’s 12th straight victory going back to the Budapest qualifiers after losing her previous five matches. Kontaveit was playing in her 16th career final and her first since February in Doha. She had been going for her seventh singles title in the final against Pera.

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this week at the ATP tournament of Umag, the logic was respected for both Heads of standard Carlos Alcaraz (number 1) and Jannik Sinner (number 2), both qualified in the final. A status granting them the right to enter the track on the Croatian clay only from Wednesday. A relative freshness allowing them to overcome the obstacles standing on their route without real hindows.

Only Carlos Alcaraz lost a round during his three previous meetings against the Italian Giulio Zeppieri in the semi-finals (7-5, 4-6, 6-3). This suggested an beautiful final this Sunday between two players under the age of 21 belonging to the world Gotha . Especially since their duels have always turned out to be tight. Carlos Alcaraz led 2-0 but the Transalpin restored a certain balance this year in the round of 16 in Wimbledon.

Tennis - ATP: Kitzbühel, Umag and Atlanta paintings (with the qualified)

 Tennis - ATP: Kitzbühel, Umag and Atlanta paintings (with the qualified) © Panoramic Richard Gasquet Discover the Tables of the three ATP tournaments of the week: Kitzbühel (Austria) and Umag (Croatia) for the last two Tournaments on the clay of the season, and Atlanta (United States) to start the North American summer on Hard season. The organizers of the Kitzbühel tournament lived a bad day on Sunday, with the announcement of the package of the first two heads: the Norwegian holding the title Casper Ruud (shoulder) and the Italian Matteo Berrettini (fatigue).

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1️⃣st title of 2022

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1️⃣st title of 2022

1️⃣st title on Clay

6️⃣th Tour-Level Title

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The first round proved to be in line with expectations with a fight pushed to the decisive game. None of the two men offered the slightest break ball to his opponent. After 1h04 , the Spaniard pocketed this first fight of the harshest (7-5). Then, the 10th world player raised the tone and removed the second chapter on the score of 6-1. However, the score does not reflect anything The physiognomy of the new battle. Jannik Sinner needed 48 minutes and dismissing eight break balls to achieve his ends.

then in the last act, The Italian has kept his line of conduct. namely a Solidity to any test on his apprints and very in -the -way initiatives concretized by two breaks. These decisive points have Rrached at key moments have completed steel morale from the native of El Palmar who lost again 6-1 following a last white game after 2:28 am Jannik Sinner wins his first tournament of The year on the ATP circuit. Almost a year to the day after his last trophy raised in Washington.

Rafael Nadal withdraws from Montreal's National Bank Open due to abdominal injury .
MONTREAL — Youth will be served at the upcoming National Bank Open after a couple of late withdrawals shook up the draw at the ATP Tour's Masters 1000 tournament. The so-called Big Three of Roger Federer (knee), Novak Djokovic (unvaccinated), Rafael Nadal (abdominal) won't be on hand this year. Instead the event's headliners will include 20-somethings like top-ranked Daniil Medvedev of Russia, Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece, Italy's Jannik SinnerThe so-called Big Three of Roger Federer (knee), Novak Djokovic (unvaccinated), Rafael Nadal (abdominal) won't be on hand this year.

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