Serbian tennis player Filip Krajinović failed to place in the eighth finals of the Masters in Indian Wells, as he was defeated early this morning by the second player in the world, Danilo Medvedev, with 2: 6, 6: 7.

The Russian player came to the victory over Krajinović, the 34th tennis player in the world, in an hour and 30 minutes of play.

For Medvedev, two breaks in the first and third games were enough to win the first set.

At the start of the second set, he immediately made a break, which Krajinović fought back in the next game, so that the Serbian player in the sixth game could get the advantage of the break, which the Russian canceled in the next game.

The set then went into a tie.break, which Medvedev won 7.1. The opponent in the next round will be the Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov.

Another Russian tennis player Aslan Karacev reached the eighth finals this morning with a victory over the 13th tennis player in the world Denis Shapovalov (7: 5, 6: 2), while the fifth tennis player in the world Andrei Rublev was defeated by the American Tommy Paul (6: 4, 3: 6). , 7: 5).

Poland’s Hubert Hurkac beat domestic player Francis Tiafo (6: 3, 6: 2) to enter the top 16, and Britain’s Cameron Nori reached the next stage with a victory over Spain’s Robert Bautista Agut (6: 4, 5: 7). , 6: 3).

In the eighth finals, Hurkac will play against Karacev, and Nori will have Paul as an opponent.

By Editor

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