Sport: Kitzbühel: Thiem as at home

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Dominic Thiem could not hope for better beginnings in front of his audience. Headlining of the Kitzbühel ATP tournament even if its classification does not allow it to be a seeded, the Austrian launched his week on the momentum of his recent performances. However, the one who reinstated the world top 200 on Monday did not experience a convincing start to the match against Alexander Shevchenko, drafted after being eliminated in the last qualifying round.

If he put his opponent in difficulty on his putting into play, none of his first seven break balls could be converted. However, by dint of insisting, the former winner of the US Open ended up winning in the seventh game. Large another opportunities to take the service of the world 157th, Dominic Thiem reached his goal and Then could unroll to pocket the first set.

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demonstrating that it is on The right track, the one who was number 3 in the world knew how to find the flaw much earlier in the second round ... But he then experienced a moment of deconcentration which allowed Alexander Shevchenko to erase this Break de Derre to return To two games everywhere. It was necessary to relaunch the Austrian, who then was merciless for his opponent. Taking his service twice in a row, Dominic Thiem concluded the match in Canon's ball.

Chaining four games won in a row, leaving only a point to his opponent on the last three, the Austrian went to conclude that his second match ball (6-4, 6-2 in 1h31 ') in order to join his compatriot Sebastian Ofner in the round of 16, the opportunity for him to continue the path which must allow him to find Open its very better level after long months of difficulty.

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