Camille Majsherczak had no major problems defeating the Slovenian.

Kamel Majsharzak defeated Slovenian Aljaz Bedin 6; 1, 7:5 and climbed to the second round of the prestigious ATP hardcourt tennis tournament in Indian Wells ($9.55 million prize pool). His next opponent will be American Taylor Fritz, seeded from “20”.

The 32-year-old Slovenian has changed the union twice and for some time he started with Great Britain. He has been suffering from injuries recently and this was his first match of the year.

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The four-time ATP Finals winner has slipped to 133rd in the world rankings and Friday certainly didn’t live up to the pole.

In the second round, the bar will rise, because Fritz, who reached the semi-finals in the previous fall edition of this tournament, will be 20 in the Magscherzak ranking of tennis players.

Aside from Majchrzak, Hubert Hurkacz (No. 11), who will face German Oscar Otte, and Magdalena Fręch, who will be Czech competitor Marketa Vondrousova (30), will present themselves among the Polish singers in the second round of the competition in California. On the other hand, Iga Świątek, who plays Indian Wells with “Three”, is already in the third stage and will meet the talent, eighteen months younger Danish Clara Towson.

Men’s singles first round match result:

Kamel Majsharzak (Poland) – Aljaz Beden (Slovenia) 6: 1, 7: 5.

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