PRESS MATERIAL / LOTOS PZT POLISH TOUR / Pictured: Kamil Majchrzak
In Saturday’s semi-finals, Kamel Majcherczyk (ATP 126) met Dennis Kudla (ATP 120), who feels good on the grass. The duel between the Pole and the American lasted two hours and seven minutes. There were some twists and turns and our representative missed a chance to win.
Kudel started the premiere with a breakthrough, but Majchrzak tried to make up for the loss and made his way in the sixth inning. But then the American scored another break and finished the set 6:4. “Szumi” responded in the second half as he won five consecutive games from the state.
Majchrzak also opened the third set with a hack and watched the site. In the ninth game he got a match ball but missed the opportunity. At 5:4, the player from Piotrków managed to win, but played a terrible match. Kudla got back into the match and had to decide on a tiebreaker. In this game, Majchrzak may have defended the first match, but made a double fault in the second half.
Kudla finally defeated Pole 6:4, 1:6, 7:6 (6) and advanced to the final, where he will play compatriot Francis Tiafoe (ATP 74) on Sunday. Majchrzak has 45 points in the ATP rating in Nottingham, thanks to which he will improve his position (if he had won the competition, he would have been in 100th place). The Pole will stay in this city because next week he will participate in the next challenge.
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ATP Challenger Tour, grass field, prize pool 132.8 thousand. euro
Saturday 12th June
Dennis Kudla (USA, 6) beat Kamil Majsherzak (Poland, 8) 6-4 1-6 7-6 (6).
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