Tsisipas ends Dellien's dream at Roland Garros

The Greek suffered against a great Dellien, weighed down by an ankle sprain in the first set. He will face the winner of the Carballés - Krajinovic.


The Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas ended this Wednesday with the dream of Bolivian Hugo Dellien, who had become the first tennis player of his nationality to win a match in that Grand Slam since the 80s. The Trinidad player sold his face, won the first set to the sixth favorite, but at the end of part he twisted his ankle, a physical problem that he dragged during the whole game, he lost 4-6, 6-0, 6-3 and 7-5.

The Bolivian race showed , that even raised three match balls to prolong his dream in Paris, but crashed against the solidity of an ascending player, well established among the 10 best in the world, called to go far this year in the second big of the season.

Tsitsipas was the third 'top 10' against who crossed his racket the Bolivian in the last month, after having put on the ropes the Japanese Kei N ishikori in Madrid, where he entered from the previous phase, and the German Alexander Zverev, who won a set in the quarterfinals of Geneva. Again showed his caste against a tennis player who comes to make final in Madrid, after defeating a Rafael Nadal.

Dellien showed that he can take away the name of his country in the circuit. With the victory this year in Santiago he has taken a leap forward that can consolidate him among the 100 best. Tsitsipas will face the winner of the duel between the Spanish Roberto Carballés and the Serbian Filip Krajinovic.



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