July 5, 2022

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RDS Direct: Rounik, Agar-Aliasim and Shapovalov play their first round match in Australia

RDS Direct: Rounik, Agar-Aliasim and Shapovalov play their first round match in Australia

RDS2 and RDS Direct Current tennis from the Australian Open. RDS takes overnight.

Canadians Felix Agar-aliasim and Milos Rounic advance to the second round of the Australian Open, while Denis Shapovalov is currently playing his first round match in the RDS with another chance of the circuit, Janic Sinner of Italy.

Quebec Felix Agar-Aliassim defeated German Cedric-Marcel Steib 6-2, 6-4, 6-2 in three sets.

Agar-aliasim, Murray is the finalist the day before the warm-up tournament for the Open Tournament, Had a total of seven aces and 25 winning strokes, but committed 25 forced errors. He saved six of the nine breakage bullets against him.

“I was able to turn the page very quickly last night to focus on today’s game. I was satisfied; I played an effective and very focused game from start to finish. It was very positive,” said Agar-aliasim journalist Stephanie Miles‌.

In the next round, Agar-Aliasim will face James Duckworth of Australia, the 105th player in the world.

“I’m still very skeptical of the Australians here. They have the support of the crowd and these are important tournaments for them, so I expect the best from James. Duckworth I beat him once before, so yes it’s positive. Hope for a good fight. “

Meanwhile, Milos Rounik defeated Federico Korea to advance to the second round. Rounik needed just 95 minutes to beat his opponent 6-3, 6-3, 6-2.

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The Canadian recorded 51 winning shots in particular at this meeting.

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“It’s good to be effective at the start (in the tournament),” Rounick said.

“Two weeks has been a lot going on. There may be some really tough times. It’s likely to happen. So I’m able to be effective early on (in the tournament), especially after being active last week (in the ATP Cup), along the way.”

Part of the fourth Canadian men’s singles draw. Wasek Pospisil will play with his 4th favorite Russian Daniel Medvedev on Monday evening, the 2nd day during Quebec.