Olaf Pichkowski and Jakob Minczyk played an exciting match, the doubles final of the junior version of Wimbledon 2022. The Polish-Czech duo fought to the last ball, but they will not have the opportunity to compete for the Grand Slam championship. .

Rafai Smolensky

Olaf Bychkowski

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In the semi-final match, he faced number six Olaf Pechkowski and number six Jakob Minczyk, and fifth seed Gabriel Debrow and Paul Inchosby faced each other. One could expect great feelings, and in fact they were. On Court 12, young tennis players spent 1 hour 47 minutes. The French saved themselves from defeat and won 3:6, 7:6 (4), 12-10.

Pichkovsky and Mincek started the match well. Already in the third game they made a breakthrough and defended themselves against the loss of service. They were leading 3:01 and have been going through confidently ever since. In the ninth match, they attacked again and, with a hack, finished off the first push.

In the second half, both pairs got their chance, but there was no breakthrough. So the tiebreak was decisive, with the French winning the advantage before changing teams and never taking it back.

With a tie after two sets, the super inning was the winner. This game was exciting. Peskovsky and Mincek were already 8-6 ahead, but they were the first to win the match against their opponents. Debreu and Inchosby missed two chances, but received the gift of a double foul on the match three ball.

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The French turned out to be a bit better and would fight for the title in the doubles match than the junior version of Wimbledon 2022. For Pichkowski, it’s the end of the performance at the London event. Earlier his compatriots finished their adventure: Martin Paulsky, Boris Zgocha, Olivia Lenser and Veronica Ewald.

ChampionshipsWimbledon (UK)
Grand Slam Championship, grass pitch
Friday July 8

Junior doubles semi-finals:

Gabriel Debrow (France, 5) / Paul Inchosby (France, 5) – Olaf Bychkowski (Poland, 6) / Jakub Mincek (Czech Republic, 6) 3:6, 7:6 (4), 12-10

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