Can’t stunt against Greek circuit Tsitsipas and is eliminated from Australian Open

Can’t stunt against Greek circuit Tsitsipas and is eliminated from Australian Open

Tallon Grepe Bahn failed to surprise in the third round of the Australian Open. World No. 63 bowed at the Rod Laver Arena with a time of 2: 6, 6: 7 (5), 3: 6 in front of third-placed Stefanos Tsitsipas.

The Greek circuit took its first defeat of the year. He had already won six games in a row and had won the ATP title in Pune.

Against Tsitsipas, he gave up his serve after a missed volley and a missed shot, when the score was 2:2 for the first time. The Greeks then continued on their way.

The second set, which took as long as the first and third sets, was much more exciting. No player was hurt in that second set. The Greek circuit has had problems a few times, but with offensive tennis he has dealt with them well. He actually got a set point at 6-5 but couldn’t use it.

Tsitsipas won the tie-break soon after, and after a 2-1 break, he never looked back. It was the third round of a Grand Slam tournament for the first time on the Greek circuit.

Source: NOS

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