Jaume Munar is in the quarterfinals of the Gstaad ATP


the Spanish tennis player James Munar beat the Swiss on Wednesday alexander ritschardby 6-3 and 6-3, in the round of 16 of the Open of Gstaad (Switzerland)which is played on clay.

It was the first duel between the two tennis players, which led to the victory of Munar, 25 years old and 63 ATP, who made the first set his own after four balanced games.

The second round started with the advantage of the Spaniard thanks to a break of the Swiss serve (n.190 ATP).

Ritschard fought until the fifth game (4-3), although the Spaniard was able to dominate the set again (5-3).

The sleeve ended in the same vein, although Munar had to make an effort to finish off the match.

Munar will face the winner of the clash between Norwegian Casper Ruud and Czech Jiri Lehecka in the quarterfinals.

On the other hand, incessant rain in Gstaad led to the postponement on Thursday of the second round match between the Spanish Robert Baptistthird favorite, and the Peruvian John Paul Varillasthat dominated the scoreboard.

The interruption temporarily relieved the Spanish, on the brink of defeat. At the time of the suspension, Varillas, who came from the previous round and 115 in the ATP ranking, won 7-6 (3) and 6-5. When the confrontation continues, the Spanish must serve.

Several attempts were made to resume the match, but every time the players returned to the court the rain came out again.

The match between the Austrian Dominic Thiem and the Argentine Federico Delbonis and the first favorite, the Norwegian Casper Ruud, and the Czech Jiri Lehecka, in which the Spanish rival Jaume Munar will appear, has also been moved to Thursday .

The Spaniard prevailed with a double 6-3 over the Swiss Alexander Ritschard in the only game scheduled on the agenda this Wednesday that could be played.

Source: La Verdad


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