Tsitsipas Schwartzman Roland Garros

Tsitsipas eliminated weak Schwartzman at Roland Garros


Greek tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas defeated Argentinian Diego Schwartzman 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 after 2h05 minutes of play in the third round of Roland Garros. World No. 5 will face Austrian Sebastian Ofner in the fourth round.

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Stefanos Tsitsipas He made his third appearance at the Paris Grand Slam after two very good wins Jiri Vesely and Roberto Carballés Baena. The Greek has started the season very well and it will end Australian Open and Barcelonasemi-finals in Roma and enter the rooms Monte Carlo and Madrid. This time he did not have an easy match as he had to face Diego Schwartzman. Although it is true that the Argentine is going through a dark period, he lacks confidence and very rarely came up with victories, but he did achieve two interesting victories. Bernabe Zapata and Nuno Borges who revived it.

Tsitsipas is progressing in the running series

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Diego Schwartzman looked at each other in the third round Roland Garros.

The Greek began to drive the goal very hard to distribute the ball, passing his rival with speed and power to break and go 3-0. The Argentine then had to do everything he could to hold on, trying to find the deep ball but without doing much damage. Then Stefanos hit him again with intensity, increasing the distance. Despite Schwartzman regaining the break with ease, Tsitsipas had gained considerable distance and ruled it 6-2 in 35 minutes.

The first games of the second set were even, with Peque much more involved on the court, rallying and holding interesting points. However, since serving, he had to fight too much and he did not take advantage of his opportunities after returning. From the fifth game, it was all down to the world No. 5, who moved his opponent, created gaps, quickly moved to execute on the upside and added. Schwartzman, on the other hand, talked a lot with his bank, was annoying and represented in the score. Not giving up, Tsitsipas condemned the second 6-2 in 37 minutes.

The meeting was extensive, due to the developments that took place. For this reason, the Greek lowered his level somewhat, made many mistakes and the Argentinian dared to try to turn the situation around. After escaping a long service game, Diego attacked the return, held firm, had three break points but was unable to capitalize on them. This marked a significant drop in mood, which Stefanos took advantage of to later break his serve. In the eighth game, Schwartzman saved two match points and shifted the pressure to his opponent. Although Tsitsipas started the final game uncertainly at 0-30, his first serve gave him the chance to close out the game. 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 after 2h05.


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