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Rodionov stopped due to cold and rain and Zverev

Rodionov stopped due to cold and rain and Zverev

The third-place finisher in Austria will be eliminated from the round of 16 in the Bavarian state capital.

With his confident 6:3 6:2 win over Australian Aleksandar Vukic (ATP 65) at the BMW Open in Munich on Tuesday, he celebrated his first success in the ATP's main competition this season, as well as against the ATP No. 1 seed. -250 clay court tournaments in Germany, Yuri Rodionov has sold excellently over long periods. However, the 24-year-old's final stop in the round of 16 on Wednesday is now over. In the 6:7 (3), 2:6 defeat, the Lower Austrian (ATP 118), along with German local hero Alexander Zverev (ATP 5), also suffered from unstable weather. Because Rodionov found the only break point opportunities in the first set until the break at 4:5 in the first set (due to the cold), but he missed a setback 0:40 at 2:2 as well as a fourth chance. After a lost tie-break and the rain stopped again, things went the other way.

“I played well in the first set, but then I made some unforced errors in the tiebreak which resulted in me losing the set. I was 1-0 up, I was able to go straight ahead in the second set when it was There was a second break due to rain. “After that, I was not able to return to the match with 100% energy, which was the reason for my downfall when I faced such an opponent. However, what I take with me is that I can keep up with the top five players in terms of playing. There is room for improvement in other points, but I continue to work on it.” Despite the elimination by the Munich champions in 2017 and 2018, after more than 100 minutes of resistance on the field, Rodionov managed to win 10,165 euros. Prize money and 25 points ATP to achieve inaugural success and thus will improve some positions in the world rankings.

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