Andy Murray made his ATP 250 debut in Stockholm. In the first round, he defeated Briton Viktor Durasovich, and his next challenger will be top seed Yannick Sener. Taylor Fritz and Pedro Martinez also advanced to the 1/8 finals.

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Britain's Andy Murray

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Andy Murray has found that even after 16 years of being a professional, you can try something new. On Tuesday, the Briton made his tournament debut in Stockholm. In the first round match he defeated 6: 1, 7: 6 (7) qualifier Viktor Durasovich, in the second match defending the group ball.

– I started very well, after that he was playing better and better and he felt more comfortable as the match progressed. It was a great finish and she managed to win the second half, said Murray, who sent six aces and scored three breaks in 98 minutes of play.

In the second round, the wild card holder will face the top seed Jannik Sinner. He’s having a great season and was unlucky not to qualify for the ATP Finals. He loves to play in the gym, so it would be a good test for me – he rated the tennis player from Dunblane.

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Taylor Fritz also began the struggle in the Stockholm Open with a certain victory. The number five sent eight aces, scored 38 of the 48 matches he played alone and defeated Igor Gerasimov 6:4, 6:4, the “lucky loser” in the playoffs. In the second round, Fritz will play fellow countryman Tommy Ball.

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Pedro Martinez and Emile Rosfori competed with each other for three hours and one minute. In the end, the Spaniard turned out to be better, winning 6:4, 3:6, 7:6 (4) and thus winning the right to play in the quarter-finals with Francis Tiafoe.

Sixth seed, Alexander Bublik did not finish the match against Arthur Rinderknech. He will face Frenchman Joseph Kovalek in the second round. Butch van de Zandschulp also advanced to the 1/8 finals, beating lucky loser Nino Serdarusic after two tiebreaks, and his next challenger would be Marton Fukowicz.

Stockholm Open, Stockholm (Sweden)
ATP 250, hard court in the hall, total prize money of 635.7 thousand. euro
Tuesday 9 November

Individual first round:

Taylor Fritz (USA, 5) beat Igor Gerasimov (Belarus) 6:4, 6:4.
Arthur Rinderknech (France) beat Alexander Bublik (Kazakhstan 6) 6-1, 2-0, retired.
Pedro Martinez (Spain) b Emil Rossovoori (Finland) 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (4)
Botke van de Zandschulp (Netherlands) vs Nino Serdarusic (Croatia, LP) 7:6 (5), 7:6 (5)
Andy Murray (UK, WC) beat Victor Durasovich (Norway, Q) 6-1, 7-6 (7)

a lot for free: Yannick Sener (Italy, 1); Felix Auger – Eliassim (Canada, 2); Denis Shapovalov (Canada, 3 years old); Daniel Evans (UK, 4 years old)

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