October 22, 2021

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The first of five months for Eugene Bouchard

The first of five months for Eugene Bouchard

Bouchard won the first round match against Quebec Yuji after the end of September on Tuesday as part of a tournament in Guadalajara, Mexico.

The 144E Rocket World defeated American Caroline Doleheid 3-6, 6-1, 6-3 in three innings.

The Westmount native did not win the first round clash after Roland Garros.

During her first engagement of the day match, a representative of the maple leaf got into trouble when she had balls in her hand. She lost her services twice and used only one of the three opportunities she had to break up.

Over the next two heats, Bouchard recovered and took 154 servicesE World player on seven occasions. She was more aggressive and finished her dual fight with a 70.5% success rate on her first serve ball.

In the next round, the 27-year-old will face eighth seed Kazao Juan of Slovenia.

Fernandez also wins

Earlier in Guadalajara, Quebecist Leila Annie Fernandez also won her first round match.

To do so, the seventh seed of the event defeated Anna Kalinskaya 7-5, 4-6, 6-4 in three sets. The duel lasted more than two hours.

Fernandez exchanged six of the eight break points she was given. 87E The world player also won 68.4% of the points she played on her first serve ball, but only 54.3% of her first attempts were put on the line.

In the second round, he will face 18-year-old Australian Astra Sharma, who is 115 years old.E Echelon on the world stage.

In the dual view between Shapovalov and Pospisil

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At the Doha tournament, Canadian Wasek Pospisil won his first round match and he took an appointment with his compatriot Denis Shapovalov in the next round.

67E World champion Australia defeated Christopher O’Connell 6-3, 6-4 in two sets. He took 1 hour 22 minutes to beat his opponent without qualifying and finished 122ndE World class. Pospisil slammed six aces, battling two breakers and leading 63-50 to win the total points.

The British Colombian will play his third career match against Shapovalov in the ATP, with two games distributed in 2020. So far, every man has won once.