Top seed Cameron Norrie lost to Maxime Crissy and lost in the ATP 250 turf tournament quarterfinals in Eastbourne. Another Briton, Jack Draper, and defending champion Alex de Minaur qualified for the semi-finals.
PAP / EPA / JASON SZENES / Pictured: Cameron Norrie
Top seed Cameron Norrie in the quarter-finals said goodbye to the ATP Championships in Eastbourne. On Thursday, the Briton lost his bid three times and after a match lasting more than 100 minutes he unexpectedly lost 5:7, 5:7 with Maxime Cressi.
The conditions on the field were amazing. I would like to thank the fans for creating this unique atmosphere. That’s a great victory for me – said the American, quoted by atptour.com, who – with his current 12th ATP ranking win for Nouri – had the biggest win of his career.
Despite Nouri’s defeat, Thursday’s local fans had reason to be happy. Ryan Penniston successfully completed his duel with Pedro Martinez, which was interrupted on Wednesday, bringing him to the British quarter-finals – he faced the 26-year-old from Southend Jack Draper.
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In this match, Draper turned out to be better and thanks to this he won the first promotion for the final 1/2 of the main series event, where he will play with Cressy. – I know him. The British said that he plays in the old fashion, so it will be interesting to meet him – about the American.
Defending champion, Alex de Minaur won 6-2, 4:6, 6:4 with Tommy Ball, though he was losing 1:4 in the deciding set. In the semi-finals, the sixth Australian will face another American, Taylor Fritz, the “three” championship that eliminated Alexander Bublik.
Rothesay International, Eastbourne (UK)
ATP 250, grass field, total prize money of 697.4 thousand. euro
Thursday 23 June
Taylor Fritz (US3) beat Alexander Bublik (Kazakhstan) 6-3, 6-2
Alex de Minaur (Australia 6) beat Tommy Ball (US) 6-2, 4-6, 6-4
Maxime Creasy (USA) – Cameron Norrie (UK, 1) 7; 5, 7: 5
Jack Draper (UK, Bathroom) beat Ryan Penniston (UK, WC) 6-3 6-3
Second round of singles:
Ryan Benniston (UK and A&A) beat Pedro Martinez (Spain) 7-6 (8) 3-6 6-4.
Defeat Daniel Medvedev in Mallorca. Tennis player number 303 in the semi-finals
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