Metzssaitsongas bitter battle reverses the home victory to win the quadruple

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 Metzssaitsongas bitter battle reverses the home victory to win the quadruple


The 34-year-old veteran of France, Tesonga, reached the Metz final for the fifth time, reversing Bedney in two hours and 47 minutes. Tesonga lost only four points in one serve, scoring 49 out of 53, and he held fast to all 17 of his serve innings.

In the first two sets of the match, neither side was able to capture the opponents serve. Bader built a 4-0 advantage in the first set and extended the difference to the end of the set. Seven Tesonga won the second set with a strong forehand attack. As the game entered the final set, Tesonga scored 14 points from the start to build a 3-0 advantage. The host will hold on to the leading position and finally achieve his first championship point with a forehand crossover winner. Tesonga won the Metz Championship for the fourth time, which is the second singles championship he won this year. Throughout his career, Tessonga has 18 tournament singles champions, 10 of them from his native France. The 10 champions are four Metz champions, three Marseilles champions, the 2008 Paris Masters champions, the 2017 Lyon champions and this years Southern France (Montpellier) champions. In 11 years, except for Goffin in 2014 and Gyotsk in 2017, all the other nine mens singles champions have been taken away by French native players. Source: Netease Sports Author: Schlecks Editor-in-Charge: Zhao Ruiqi_NB12596

In the first two sets of the match, neither side was able to capture the opponents serve. Bader built a 4-0 advantage in the first set and extended the difference to the end of the set. Seven Tesonga won the second set with a strong forehand attack. As the game entered the final set, Tesonga scored 14 points from the start to build a 3-0 advantage. The host will hold on to the leading position and finally achieve his first championship point with a forehand crossover winner.

Tesonga won the Metz Championship for the fourth time, which is the second singles championship he won this year. Throughout his career, Tessonga has 18 tournament singles champions, 10 of them from his native France. The 10 champions are four Metz champions, three Marseilles champions, the 2008 Paris Masters champions, the 2017 Lyon champions and this years Southern France (Montpellier) champions.

In 11 years, except for Goffin in 2014 and Gyotsk in 2017, all the other nine mens singles champions have been taken away by French native players.