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French Open: Dominique Thiem lost in the first round after leading two sets to Pablo Andogar

French Open: Dominique Thiem lost in the first round after leading two sets to Pablo Andogar

The 35-year-old Spaniard celebrated their sixth successive victory over the top ten players in a row. Recently, the Geneva clay specialist abruptly ended Roger Federer’s comeback and reached the semi-finals there.

At Roland-Garros, Andújar has only surpassed the first round since 2012 (the third round in 2015).

He said, “That’s a big feeling.” Eurosport– The expert, Boris Baker at the end of the US Open, Tim: “I noticed that he no longer had a hundred percent passion. He let things run a little, but the great rebellion was missing.”

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For Tim, that was their eighth defeat this season with just nine wins. At the Australian Open, the 27-year-old failed in the Round of 16 against Gregor Dimitrov.

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“It’s like Christmas to me,” Andegar said, emotional after the match. “Dominic was probably not at his best.”

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For Tim, this is the next setback for him in an incredibly complicated season. After his big victory over Alexander Zverev last September in New York, the world number four fell into a hole he was not able to get out of yet.

“I don’t see it as a difficult stage, but it is a wonderful learning process, and I hope to be back stronger than before,” he said before the tournament. Tim is still awaiting his first title win this year and he now has to adapt again.

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