The Polish Rocket No. 2 competitor has passed the qualifying rounds. It is ranked 196th in the ATP ranking. This week Majchrzak is back in the top 100 of the rankings, and is ranked in 95th place.
Majchrzak has not lost a service match
First round match between Poland and Britain in Pune It lasted an hour and a quarter. In the first set, Majchrzak only had to break the opponent’s serve once. Vaz 6:3.
The second group was tighter. Clark was more careful and confident in his service. Ultimately, in the eleventh inning, Majchrzak took the lead and used his second break point in this match, leading 6:5.
The 25-year-old tennis player from Piotrków Trybunalski spread the next match – use the second match ball. He had 11 aces throughout the match and scored 28 of 32 points after his first pass. Not once did he defend his breaking point.
Majchrzak advances to 10th place in the ATP Ranking
Thanks to this win, Majchrzak now advances 10 places in the virtual ATP standings. There is a chance for another victory in India.
His next rival, Quentin Hales, took 141st place in the ranking of the best tennis players in the world, but in the first round he surprised by defeating the Lithuanian seed Ricardas Berankis 6:1, 6:2. The meeting between the Poles and the French will take place on Wednesday morning in Poland time.
First round of the ATP 250 Championship in Pune ($430,000 prize pool)
Kamel Majszczak (Poland) – Jay Clark (Great Britain) 6:3, 7:5.
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