The Dutchman will be Hubert Hurkacz’s rival in the quarter-finals in Basel

Talon Greksbauer will be Hubert Hurkacz’s opponent on Friday in the quarterfinals of the ATP Tour tournament in Basel. The Dutch tennis player defeated Australian Alex de Minaur 6-4, 6-3 in the second round match on Thursday.

The match between the Dutchman and the Australian was close, in the first set only in the end Grikspor was able to break his opponent and win 6: 4. De Minaur started the second game better, winning the first game on the serve of a lower ranked opponent, taking a 2-0 lead. However, the Dutch tennis player won the next five matches and advanced to the quarterfinals without any major problems.

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He is awaited by Hurkacz, who confidently defeated German Jan-Lennard Struff 6:1 and 6:4 on Wednesday.

This will be the third duel between the tennis players this year. They both recorded one victory each.

In Basel, the Pole is fighting not only for the title, but also for the maximum possible number of ranking points, which will allow him to maintain the chance of advancing to the season-ending Masters Championship. The best eight players of the season will play at the ATP Finals in Turin, with Hurkacz currently ranked 10th in the rankings.

Result of the second round match:

Talon Grekboer (Hollandia, 25) – Alex de Minaur (Australia, 13) 6:4, 6:3

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