The Greek Talon track plays in the second round of the Roland Garros tournament against American Brandon Nakashima. The number 75 in the world was very strong for Paul Kamel Kamil Majzarzouk in his first match in five sets: 6-4 2-6 4-6 7-6 (3) 6-2.
The 20-year-old Nakashima has never won a match at Roland Garros before, not even in the qualifying tournament. The Greek track and Nakashima match will be held on Wednesday. The two had never met before.
After a tough start in 2022, the Greek track says it’s feeling good again. The number 2 in the Netherlands has had to deal with injuries, motivation problems and disappointing results.
The Greek track created quite a stir last year by winning no fewer than 26 games in a row. His winning streak did not go unnoticed, and Andy Murray, among others, appreciated. The series is in stark contrast to recent months: since the ABN AMRO tournament in Rotterdam in mid-February, it has lost five times in a row in the opening round.
“I’ve had a few tough months, but I think I’m on the right track again and I’m fine,” said the Greek track (25), who stunned Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich Fokina at Roland Garros.
I’ve had personal problems, I’ve been sick and I’ve had injuries. It didn’t go well. The real desire to play wasn’t there, and in the weeks gone by in the States, 100% sharpness was missing. how is that possible? It is an accumulation of certain things. I had some mental and private issues that took away my passion for tennis. And I was doing things other than tennis.”
Last week in Geneva, the Greek track already had an encouraging result by reaching the quarter-finals. I’m really looking forward to it again and that was also a little different. I am now 100% back in tennis and ready to do whatever I can. Now it’s about working hard to get back in shape soon,” said the world number 58, who recently had a strange neck injury. “That drop was a bit coming when you see how well it went last year. In the last couple of months I also placed some orders and didn’t do what I had to do.”
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Boutique Van de Zandschulp will face Italy’s world number 51, Fabio Fognini, in the second round, and the match will also take place on Wednesday.
The Greek track and Van de Zandscholp will play their doubles debut on Tuesday. They will face Wesley Koelhoff and his British partner, Neil Skopsky, at 11 am. Doubles specialists Jean-Julien Roger and Mattois Middelkoop will also appear on Tuesday. They form a duo with Marcelo Arevalo from El Salvador and Rohan Bobana from India respectively.
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