Verdasco retires due to an injury in the first round of Cincinnati

The Spanish tennis player withdrew after finishing the first set of his match against Benoît Paire. The first sleeve had been awarded by the French 6-4.

Fernando Verdasco dropped out in the first round of the Cincinnati Masters 1.000. The Spanish tennis player was not able to continue the game against Benoît Paire (number 29 ATP) after the end of the first set. The Spanish (world number 33) required the assistance of the track doctor and decided that it was best not to dispute the second race. Therefore, the match was awarded by the French 6-4.

The match started badly for Verdasco. The Spaniard lost his serve in the first game of the game and was not able in the rest of the set to match the score. The highest percentage of points earned with the first service by Paire was the key to the encounter. 2 The Frenchman had 89% success and the Spanish 53%. In the double fouls they were even, three for each. The physical problems prevented him from continuing the game to Verdasco, who was not able to play the second set.

Paire passes to the second round and awaits rival. Daniil Medvedev or Kyle Edmund will be his opponents. 222222 The Frenchman came to reap a tough defeat in the first round of the 1,000 Masters of Canada against Richard Gasquet 7-6 and 6-4. Verdasco did not participate in Montreal, partly because of the physical discomfort that he had been dragging and that has not allowed him to continue in Cincinnati. Predictions to win this Tuesday by 7-6 (6) and 6-3 the Polish Hubert Hurkacz, number 40 of the world, in the first round of the Cincinnati Masters 1,000 tennis tournament. minutes in which he was the first duel as professionals between both players, will have in the second round the American Frances Tiafoe, who won by 7-6 (7) and 6-3 the Frenchman Gael Monfils.

The duel between Baptist and Tiafoe, 52 of the world, will be the first between them.

Autista Agut met with the greatest resistance from Hurkacz in the first round to keep both his serve, until in the 'tie-break' the Castellon tennis player won


In the second round everything was easier, by breaking twice the service to Hurkacz, who could no longer with the best serve of Baptist Agut.


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