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Self-confidence beats Hurkacz in kilometres.  A permanent success for the pole in tennis in Paris

Self-confidence beats Hurkacz in kilometres. A permanent success for the pole in tennis in Paris

David Gorvin ranked seventh in the world five years ago. in Roland Garros 2016 reached the quarter-finals. The past few months have had a tougher time, and I’ve fallen in the rankings. Today he is 48 years old, but he has regained his fitness in recent weeks. In Madrid, he lost to Rafael Nadal in three sets, and did not use the match ball. In Rome defeated incl. Hubert Hurkacz 7:6, 7:6.

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Lots of play

Since the beginning of my stay in Paris Hurkacz It gives the impression that you are very relaxed. In the first two rounds he had no problems with his rivals. Dueling with Goffin seemed to be a much greater challenge. The Belgian came out for the match with intense focus and at the same time supported by the French fans. But this did not help him.

The first set was very well balanced and it seemed that the tiebreak would decide the fate of the match once again. As the tennis players approached the end of the set, Hurkacz stunned his opponent by smashing him. 7:5 for the pole.

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He plays better on the ground

The second set was better for Hurkacz. A quick break, then added again and 6: 2. The Belgian was not able to stop the pole, which is growing with each subsequent match on clay, despite the fact that he is already quite tall (1.96 m). The previous year, he only won one match on this deck. It was this season, among other things in the quarter-finals in Madrid and Monte Carlo, at Roland Garros beating the “best”. Prior to that, he had completed the first round in Paris only once in his life.

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Self-confidence excels from Hurkacz to kilometer. The hand pressed a few times, without nervous gestures, even as Guffin pressed. The 31-year-old Belgian was looking for a way to beat our tennis player, but his wealth of experience wasn’t enough this time around.

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Standard result

– David has many years of competition playing behind him. It will be a difficult meeting. I’ll draw conclusions from our last one match I will do my best. However, I don’t have to get much better from that meeting. I just need to relax and play more quietly – He reassured the player from Wroclaw after the second round match against Marco Cecchinato.

Hurkacz responded to his opponent from Belgium and deservedly qualified for the fourth round of Roland Garros. Aside from last year’s Wimbledon, where he was in the semi-finals, the Pole has never made it this far in a Grand Slam. He is doubly pleased that it happened exactly with the meal.