Tallon Griekspoor won his first career title in Pune after defeating Benjamin Bonz 4-6 7-5 6-3 in a match that lasted almost two hours and twenty minutes.
Unpublished and unexpected ending ATP of Punein which case the tennis player would win his first tournament at the ATP level. Benjamin Bonzi He played a very good game and eliminated Botic van de Zandschulp in three sets in the semi-finals. Until then, the straight series will beat Tseng, Ruusuvuori and Krajinov. Greek track He achieved a fine victory in the quarterfinals after defeating Karatsev in two sets without giving up a single break point. The match favors the Frenchman, who won the only game they faced in 2017.
a fitting start
The final started with a tie, typical of a great match, which awarded both tennis players the first title of their careers. Both held their serves comfortably, typical of two good serving players who didn’t want to start the game trailing. This made the match 5-4 at which point the series exploded. Griekspoor hit two double faults and an unforced error, leaving Bonz to take the set. The Frenchman took advantage of the first break point and took the set.
The second set is even tougher
With the Frenchman just one set away from the Pune crown, the second set started like the first, with both players making few mistakes and using serve to stay alive. None of the tennis players wanted to give up and the serve exchanges alternated without danger. The the tie in this section lasted until five tieswhen the Dutchman broke Bonzi’s serve to send the game to the third.
Griekspoor steps up
The third set was expected to be as tight as the previous ones, but surprise jumped. Griekspoor came up and broke the French serve in the third game 2-1. After that, the games were tied at 3-2, when the Dutchman saved two break points to continue commanding the set. Griekspoor offered no doubts in their next bid and 5-3 he pressed Bonz. The pressure was too much for the Frenchman, who gave up his serve with a couple of errors.