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US Open: Tim has a tough start

US Open: Tim has a tough start

US Open

Dominic Thiem starts the US Open against Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta. This was the result of the Grand Slam draw in New York starting next Monday. The 31-year-old Iberian seed seed is No. 12 at Flushing Meadows. Tim, who won the US Open two years ago, can start the main competition thanks to a wildcard.

Carreño Busta was a semi-finalist in 2020, losing last year in the first round. Face to face speaking on behalf of Tim. It’s 7-0 in head-to-head duels, most recently the Lower Austrian winning the ATP Championships in Vienna Stadthalle in the 2019 quarter-finals. Carreno Busta had to surrender 0-5 due to back problems from a point of view. The two pros also met at the US Open, in 2016, Tim won four sets in the round of 16. Carreno Busta is currently 14th in the ATP ranking.

In addition to Tim, Philip Misolek, Dennis Novak and Sebastian Offner, they also have a chance in the first round of the US Open. The three Austrians play in the Grand Slam qualifiers on Thursday. Misulic plays French Corentin Mute, Novak faces Czech Dalibor Severtina and Offner faces Russian Pavel Kotov for a place in the next round.

REUTERS/USA Today Sports/David Kerouac

In 2016, Dominic Thiem managed to beat No. 14 in the world rankings, Pablo Carreno Busta

Djokovic was not at the beginning

Defending champion Daniil Medvedev will meet American Stefan Kozlov in his first round match. Second seed Rafael Nadal will start facing Australian wildcard recipient Rinke Hijikata. Third-placed Carlos Alcaraz plays Argentina’s Sebastian Paez, and Stefanos Tsitsipas (4) meets qualifiers. Novak Djokovic, who lost to Medvedev in the final last year, will not be there as he is not allowed to enter the United States due to his lack of a coronavirus vaccine.

Serena Williams has been given a solvable mission in her latest appearance. The 40-year-old American plays against Montenegro Danka Kovinic. Williams, who has won 23 major tournaments in her career, announced that the US Open would be the last tournament of her impressive career.

US Open in New York

First round board:
Daniil Medvedev (RUS/1) Stephen Kozlov (USA) -: – -: – -: –
Quentin Halles (France) Arthur Rindernik (FRA) -: – -: – -: –
Ben Chilton (USA) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Nikolos Basilashvili (GEO/31) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Nick Kyrgios (AUS/23) Thansi Kokinakis (Australia) -: – -: – -: –
Benjamin Ponzi (France) Ugo Humbert (France) -: – -: – -: –
Alejandro Tabello (Che) Camille Majscherczyk (Poland) -: – -: – -: –
Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP/16) JJ Wolf (USA) -: – -: – -: –
Dominic Tim (AUT) Pablo Carreno Busta (ESP/12) -: – -: – -: –
Alexander Bublik (KAZ) Hugo Gaston (France) -: – -: – -: –
Christian Garin (Che) Jerry Lehika (CZE) -: – -: – -: –
Filip Krajinovic (SRB) Alex de Minaur (Australia) -: – -: – -: –
Karen Khachanov (RUS / 27) Dennis Kudla (USA) -: – -: – -: –
Alex Mulcan (SVK) Thiago Monteiro (Brazil) -: – -: – -: –
Jack Draper (Great Britain) Emil Rossovoori (Finland) -: – -: – -: –
Felix Auger-Aliassime (CAN/6) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE/4) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Lorenzo Sonego (ITA) Jordan Thompson (Australia) -: – -: – -: –
Yoshihito Nishioka (Japan) Alejandro Davidovich Fochina (Spain) -: – -: – -: –
Marton Fucsovics (HUN) Maxime Cressi (US / 30) -: – -: – -: –
Francisco Cerondolo (ARG / 24) Andy Murray (Great Britain) -: – -: – -: –
John Millman (Australia) Emilio Nava (USA) -: – -: – -: –
Tomas Martin Echeveri (Argentina) Pablo Andujar (Spain) -: – -: – -: –
Hugo Delane (BOL) Matteo Berrettini (ITA/13) -: – -: – -: –
Taylor Fritz (US/10) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Two-handed jazz (SLO) Pedro Cachin (Argentina) -: – -: – -: –
Stan Wawrinka (Switzerland) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Van de Zandschulp Boutique (NED/21) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Tommy Paul (US/29) Bernabé Zapata Mirales (Spain) -: – -: – -: –
Sebastian Korda (USA) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Tim van Reethoven (NED) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Casper Rod (NOR/5) Kyle Edmund (Great Britain) -: – -: – -: –
Hubert Hurcacz (POL/8) Oscar Otti (Germany) -: – -: – -: –
Sam Querrey (USA) Ilya Ivashka (BLR) -: – -: – -: –
Adrien Mannarino (France) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Lorenzo Musetti (ITA/26) David Goffin (Belgium) -: – -: – -: –
Grigor Dimitrov (BUL/17) Steve Johnson (USA) -: – -: – -: –
Brandon Nakashima (USA) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Pedro Martinez (Spain) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Yannick Sener (ITA/11) Daniel Altmaier (Germany) -: – -: – -: –
Marin Cilic (CRO/15) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Albert Ramos Vinolas (Spain) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
James Duckworth (Australia) Christopher O’Connell (Australia) -: – -: – -: –
Daniel Evans (GBR/20) Jerry Vesely (Czechoslovakia) -: – -: – -: –
Borna Couric (CRO/25) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Jenson Brosby (USA) Dusan Lajovic (SRB) -: – -: – -: –
Talon Grixborough (NED) Federico Correa (ARG) -: – -: – -: –
Carlos Alcaraz (ESP/3) Sebastian Baez (Argentina) -: – -: – -: –
Cameron Norrie (GBR/7) Benoit Pierre (France) -: – -: – -: –
Joao Sousa (Bor) Mackenzie MacDonald (USA) -: – -: – -: –
John Isner (USA) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Holger Ron (DEN / 28) Peter Gojowczyk (Germany) -: – -: – -: –
Denis Shapovalov (CAN/19) Mark Andrea Hessler (Switzerland) -: – -: – -: –
Jaume Munnar (Spain) Roberto Carballes Baena (Spain) -: – -: – -: –
Kwon Soon-Woo (KOR) Eligible -: – -: – -: –
Andrei Rublev (RUS/9) Laszlo Djere (SRB) -: – -: – -: –
Diego Schwartzman (ARG/14) Jack Sock (USA) -: – -: – -: –
Alexey Poprin (Australia) Tseng Chun Hsin (TPE) -: – -: – -: –
Jason Kubler (Australia) Michael Ymir (Sweden) -: – -: – -: –
Francis Tiafoe (US / 22) Marcus Jeron (USA) -: – -: – -: –
Miomir Kekmanovich (SRB/32) Learner Tien (USA) -: – -: – -: –
Taro Daniel (Japan) Richard Gasquet (FRA) -: – -: – -: –
Fabio Fognini (ITA) Aslan Karatsev (Russia) -: – -: – -: –
Rafael Nadal (ESP/2) Rinke Hijikata (Australia) -: – -: – -: –
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