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Wasek Pospisil statins Batista Agut to face fellow five-set survivor Alex de Minor | ATP Tour

Wasek Pospisil statins Batista Agut to face fellow five-set survivor Alex de Minor |  ATP Tour

Wasek Pospisil, who shocked Roberto Batista Agut 7-5, 2-6, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 over Lucy, recovered from a set-up from the second set of his US Open list on Saturday. Armstrong Stadium.

The world number 94 hit the 70 winners and came into the net on 45 occasions, beating Batista Agat’s defense to reach the 16th round for the first time in New York. The victory came five years after Pospisil’s advanced to the first fourth round of a major championship as they advanced to the 2015 Wimbledon quarterfinals.

“[I am] Thrilled. I play great tennis, ”said Pospisil. “I sank a little physically in the second and third sets, and then the shadow came, which really helped me … I played solidly all the way. I was very relaxed, I went for my shots, my game plan, my strengths. It worked well. ”

Pospisil has now beaten two form players since the ATP Tour resumed at Louis Armstrong Stadium. Two days ago, Western & Southern Open runner-up Milos Ronik came out of a 30-year-old set to beat him in four sets.

“I worked very hard and I’m amazed to be here. You can get wins like this anytime against the top players in the sport,” Pospisil said. “Doing this on the big stage and making the fourth round of the Grand Slam is a really big thing.”

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Pospisil went on to win his fourth ATP Head 2 match against Bautista Agut‌ without winning his name, but the Canadian increased his game in the final two sets to overtake his opponent. Pospisil will improve to 11-5 this year, a strong start to the season before the ATP Tour is discontinued in March. More than five years after reaching his first ATP Tour final in 2014, Pospisil reached his second ATP Tour Championship match at the Open sud de France in February.

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Pospisil will face Alex de Minor to advance to the quarterfinals. De Minar rallied from one of two sets to overtake 11th seed Karen Khachanov 6-4, 0-6, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1. The Aussies broke the serve six times to book their place for the second year in a row after three hours and two minutes in the fourth round of the US Open.

De Minar entered the US Open with a four-match defeat, seeking his first victory since the opening ATP Cup in January. But Australia No. 1 struggled with three matches to match its best Grand Slam result. Before winning over Khachanov, the 21-year-old overcame 2013 semi-finalist Richard Gasquet in four sets.

De Minor was undefeated in two ATP Head 2 Head Meetings against Pospisil. Sydney native Washington, DC and Rolex had tough court victories over Pospisil in 2018 at the City Open in the Shanghai Masters.

“[Alex is] A very tough guy. Very tough opponent, very fit and he can run all day, like Roberto, ”said Pospisil. “I’ll go over there and play my game and see how it goes.”

Alex de Minour is in the fourth round of the US Open for the second year in a row. “/>

After nine games without a break point, Batista Agut attacked Pospisil’s forehand, trailing two sets 4-5. But the Canadian, who won 10 of 13 net points in the first set, quickly created another chance in his next return game. Pospisil fell in love with three forehand winners 5-6 in a row and snatched the opening set.

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In his opening service game of the second set, Pospisil survived seven break points and Batista Agut re-entered the match. Nine times the ATP Tour titlelist attacked his opponent’s backhand, went into the net to earn his first match break and quickly doubled his advantage on the way to the second set.

Batista Agut made a quick start to the third set, playing consistently from behind the court to pick up errors in the opening game. The World No. 11 retained his advantage with confidence on the serve, winning 87 percent of the points behind his first delivery, moving one set from victory.

Pospisil brought down 20 winners in the fourth set, including the backhand return winner at 4-3, a referee and charged to the finish line. The Canadian moved the court in crucial moments in the fifth set and demonstrated calm at the net to get two service breaks. Working for the match 5-2, Pospisil converted his first match point into a shot with a pinpoint backhand passing.

“At the break point in the fourth set, I played aggressively. I played to win లేవు no doubt and no regrets,” said Pospisil. “If you make it, you make it. If you don’t, at least you go for it. The mentality and it worked today. I played great and I was shocked to be in the fourth round. “

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