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US Open: Halep wins easily, Bayer loses ‘surprise’

In the first round of the US Open in New York, two-time GS champion Simona Halep beat Italy’s Camila Giorgi in 1 hour 33 minutes, while two-time GS champion Garbine Muguruza won with even greater difficulty. , 2 hours 19 He passed Donna Vekic in minutes. In the men’s case, “true to his good habit,” Frenchman Benoit Payer said goodbye in the first round.

Halep was among the first to qualify for the second round (Photo: AFP)


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As for the men, Frenchman Benoit Paire did not last long in this year’s GS final, knocking out Serbia’s Dusan Lajovics in just two and a half hours in four matches, bringing him to the end of the year without being able to win a single Grand Slam match – the main board for gymnastics.

Fifth-placed Andrei Rublevov beat Ivo Karlovic, who made the transition from the playoffs to the main table at the age of 42 in three matches and could have made his last GS run with ease.

He was unable to win a match against young compatriot Brandon Nakashima, seeded 19th John Isner, and cut twice, ending the match 6:3 in the third set.

Marin Cilic was eliminated in the 30th round, winning the first two sets in a short against Philipp Kohlschreiber, but then won three booms in two games and surrendered 2-0 in the final set. Norbert Gombos of Slovakia, who only managed to win one match over his Chilean opponent, said of the encounter.

James Duckworth had four balls in the game against Pedro Martinez, but to no avail led to a 6-3 shortening of the third set, failing in the tiebreak and then in the fourth and fifth games as well.

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On day one, Hungarian-born Johanna Konta, Australian Open finalist Jennifer Brady, 2017 Roland Garros winner Jelena Ostapenko and France’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, 36, reached the 2008 Australian Open finals.

Like Karlovic, France’s Gilles Simon, who ran his last US Open, backed down because his coach became coronavirus and was forced to quarantine as a contact person.

(MTI)

US Open, New York ($57,500,000, hard track)
one man , Round 1 (to get to 64)

Rublev (Russian, V) – Karlovic (Croatian) 6:3, 7:3, 6:3
Rod (Norwegian, 8.) – Sugita (Japanese) 6:3, 6:2, 6:2
Schwartzman (Argentina 11) – Berankis (Lithuanian) 7:5, 6:3, 6:3
Auger Alesim (Canadian, 12) – Donskoy (Russian) 7:6, 3:6, 7:6, 7:6
Dimitrov (Bulgarian, 15) – Revis (American) 6: 1, 7: 6, 6: 3
Garen (Chile, 16.) – Gumbos (Slovakia) 6: 3, 4: 6: 6: 4, 7: 6
Nakashima (American) – Isner (American, 19) 7:6, 7:6, 6:3
Gojowczyk (German) – Humbert (French, 23) 1:6, 6:1, 6:2, 5:7, 6:4
Evans (Brett, 24.) – Montero (Brazil) 6:3, 6:7, 6:4, 6:1
Kohlschreiber (German) – Cilic (Croatian, 30) in 6:7, 6:7, 6:2, 6:1, 2:0 Cilic surrendered
Laksonen (Switzerland) – Melmann (Australia) 7:6, 7:6, 6:1
Lajovic (Serbian) – Bayer (French) 6:3, 7:5, 2:6, 6:4
Bagnis (Argentine) – Daniel (Japanese) 6:3, 6:3, 6:3
Anderson (South Africa) – Vesely (Czech) 7:6, 4:6, 3:6, 7:6, 7:6
Giron (American) – Hwang (French) 6:3, 6:4, 7:5
Zapata (Spanish) – Lopez (Spanish) 5:7, 7:6, 4:6, 6:3, 6:3
P. Martínez (Spanish) – Duckworth (Australian) 4:6, 4:6, 7:6, 6:2, 6:2
Andujar (Spanish) – Kokoskin (Kazakhstan) 3:6, 4:6, 6:4, 6:4, 6:2
Mannarino (France) – Herbert (France) 3:6, 4:6, 6:4, 6:3, 6:3

In the women’s, two-time GS Championship winners and former world leaders Simona Halep and Garbine Muguruza also started with victories, but among the highlights, said 31st seed Julia Butininseva of Kazakhstan, who was defeated by Estonian Kaja Kanepi in the final. good bye.

American Sloane Stephens won a first-round match over compatriot Madison Keys in the final four years before the tournament final: the final set was only decided by short, just as Stevens was in favor of the 2017 final.

women single, round 1 (for position 64)
Muguruza (Spanish, 9) – Vekic (Croatian) 7:6, 7:6
Halep (Roman, 12) – Giorgi (Italian) 6:4, 7:6
Kerber (German, 16.) – Gastremska (Ukrainian) 3:6, 6:4. 7:6
Azarenka (Belarus, 18th place) – Martinkova (Czech) 6:4, 6:0
Rybakina (Kazakhstan, 19) – Sasnovich (Belarus) 6: 2, 6: 3
Collins (American, 26) – Suarez Navarro (Spanish) 6:2, 6:4
Kanepi (Estonian) – Putinkeva (Kazakhstan, 31) 2:6, 7:6, 6:2
Alexandrov (Russian, 32) – Iranian (Italian) 6: 3, 6: 2
Kokova (Slovak) – Lee (American) 7:5, 6:1
Fernandez (Canadian) – Congo (Croatian) 7:6, 6:2
Kalinina (Ukrainian) – Serif (Egyptian) 4: 6, 6: 1, 6: 1
Stephens (American) – Keys (American) 6:3, 1:6, 7:6
Garcia (French) – Dart (British) 6:7, 6:4, 6:2
Jovan (Slovenian) – Watson (British) 6:1, 6:4
Petkovic (German) – Peugeot (Roman) 6:2, 7:6
Osorio (Colombia) – Jorovic (Serbian) 6:2, 6:2
Danilovic (Serbian) – Parks (American) 6:3, 7:5
Rahimova (Russian) – Mladenovic (French) 2: 6, 6: 2, 6: 3

Two Hungarians interested in the championship’s main table, Marton Fukowicz and Dalma Galvey, will begin their shows in New York on Tuesday.