Paris masters Sai Yues first show to save 9 break points, 19 games unbeaten into 16 strong

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 Paris masters Sai Yues first show to save 9 break points, 19 games unbeaten into 16 strong


No. 2 seed Deyo overcame a slow start to maintain his winning record against Portuguese qualifier Sosa. De Yue was first overtaken by Sosa in the first set to break the lead of 3-1. It was not until the 12th inning that Deyo broke the deadlock again. The Serbian King won the next seven consecutive games after the first set of five draws. He not only put the first set of victories in his pocket, but also established a 5-0 lead in the second set. Sosa fought back after stopping the downturn, and De Jo struggled to win the seventh inning of the serve game, refusing to allow Sosa to narrow the difference. In the two round of competition, Sosa grabbed 10 breakpoints, and de Yue resolved 9 breakage crises.

The German League has been unbeaten for 19 consecutive games, and has won 28 rounds since the US Open. If he does better than Nadal this week, Dejo will recapture the worlds No. 1 Title and, if he does, tie Nadals record of 33 Masters championships. In the next third round, Deyo will play against Bosnia and Herzegovina player Zumhu, who beat the 14-seeded Greek superstar Sisypas with two 6-3 points. Zu Mu Hus performance against TOP10 this year was 4 defeats. Russian starlet Kachanov was automatically promoted after a 6-2, 2-0 lead over Australian Ebouton in the other first round. In the first round, another Russian star Dmitry Medvedev beat Spains Carlino Busta with two 6-2 points, while Canadian star Raonic overcame host Tesunga with 6-7 (4), 7-6 (5), 7-6 (5) points. Source: NetEase sports writer: Shrek editor: Li Xiaotian _NS6473

The German League has been unbeaten for 19 consecutive games, and has won 28 rounds since the US Open. If he does better than Nadal this week, Dejo will recapture the worlds No. 1 Title and, if he does, tie Nadals record of 33 Masters championships.

In the next third round, Deyo will play against Bosnia and Herzegovina player Zumhu, who beat the 14-seeded Greek superstar Sisypas with two 6-3 points. Zu Mu Hus performance against TOP10 this year was 4 defeats.

Russian starlet Kachanov was automatically promoted after a 6-2, 2-0 lead over Australian Ebouton in the other first round.

In the first round, another Russian star Dmitry Medvedev beat Spains Carlino Busta with two 6-2 points, while Canadian star Raonic overcame host Tesunga with 6-7 (4), 7-6 (5), 7-6 (5) points.