The Pole, who is ranked 115th in the world and has a three-stage qualification in New York behind him and 76th in the ATP rankings, the Finn appeared in the fourth and final game of the day on Court 12. These players were unprecedented. He had the opportunity to showdown for a share before.
The 22-year-old has higher grades and often competes in the ATP tournaments, but the player from Piotrków Trybunalski, who is three years his senior, did slightly better in a Grand Slam clash. His best achievement is the third round of the US Open, which he reached two years ago. The Finn made his debut in this classification last season and has so far completed the first round twice – the previous season in New York and at the Australian Open.
At first, the game was equal. Rossovouri’s win in the first set was due to a break in 4:4. The Finn won the match, and Majchrzak did not use his “breaking point” to bring him to a 5:5 state. So his opponent won the first set. In the next match, the Finn was already leading 2-0, although Majchrzak had a chance to equalize again, he did not use it, and then was “down the hill” for his opponent.
Majchrzak seemed to have a chance to win something else in this match, when he went out 3-0 in the next set, then won it by three. However, the Finn was very influential in the next round and finally sealed the competition’s fate, and the Pole took the door for the next round.
Emil Rossovoori (Finland) – Kamil Majscherzak (Poland) 6:4, 6:2, 3:6, 6:1
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