Rudd and Schwontek in the semifinals of the Masters in Miami

Norwegian tennis player Casper Rudd advanced to the semifinals of the Masters in Miami last night, after he defeated the fourth player in the world, Alexander Zverev from Germany, after three sets, 6: 3, 1: 6, 6: 3.

The eighth tennis player in the world won after an hour and 40 minutes. In the fourth game of the first set, he took the service away from Zverev, he kept the advantage of the break until the end and took the lead in the match.

Zverev fought back in the second set, made two breaks and equalized, but Rud improved the game in the continuation. He took the lead with 3: 0 in the third set, kept that advantage and after the first match of the ball, won a place in the semifinals.

Rudd will play against Argentine Francisco Serundol in the semifinals.

In the competition of Polish tennis players, Iga Švjontek advanced to the semifinals with a victory against the Czech Petra Kvitova with 6: 3, 6: 3.

Schwontek, who will be the first tennis player in the world after the end of the tournament, took the service away from Kvitova three times, who did not make any breaks.

Schwontek will play against American Jessica Pegula.

In the second semifinal, Naomi Osaka from Japan and Belinda Benčić from Switzerland will play.

By Editor

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