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    Davidovich adds the first Spanish victory in the US Open and Bautista and Zapata say goodbye

    The Spanish tennis player Alejandro Davidovich during a tournament of the American summer tour -Scott Stuart/ZUMA Press Wire/dpa

    Alejandro Davidovich gave this Monday the first victory of the Spanish ‘Armada’ in the United States Open, fourth ‘Grand Slam’ of the season, while, on the contrary, Roberto Bautista and Bernabe Zapata said goodbye.

    The man from Malaga, who reached the round of 16 at Flushing Meadows in 2020, started his career firmly in the ‘great’ New Yorker and starred in the first good news of national tennis by beating in three sets (6-3, 7-5, 6- 3) to Japanese Yoshihito Nishioka.

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    Davidovich was very solid against the Asian player, against whom he landed 48 winning shots and against whom he only suffered in the second set, which was complicated after wasting two leads of 3-0 and 4-1 with serve.

    Instead, the first bad news of the day came from Roberto Bautista, seeded sixteenth, who was unable to carry out his debut against the American Jeffrey John Wolf, invited by the organization and who won by a triple 6-4.

    The man from Castellon extended his losing streak this year in the ‘Grand Slams’ and after falling in the third round in Australia and in the second at Wimbledon, in addition to not playing due to injury at Roland Garros, he fell to the American, who is very powerful with his service (14 ‘aces’), which did not yield and with which he only lost seven points when he served with first.

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    Finally, the Valencian Bernabe Zapata did not get past the first round either, also losing to the American Tommy Paul, seeded twenty-ninth, in a tough match decided in five sets (4-6, 6-3, 2-6, 6-0, 7-5) after more than three hours.

    Source: Europa Press


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