After a big show in Munich, the first thirty appeared for Van de Zandschulp

After a big show in Munich, the first thirty appeared for Van de Zandschulp

Given the excellent form that Van de Zandschulp is currently in, this first tournament victory is certainly not inconceivable.

Against Ruud, the number seven in the world, the 26-year-old Veenendaler was master and master. The Norwegian put pressure on his own service in almost all service games, but only gave up in the eleventh game of the first set at the fifth breaking point. Van de Zandschulp then continued his service with difficulty for the first time.

After that, Van de Zandschulp also won the second set without any problems, by breaking Ruud at least three times.

Haase can go through Zandschulp

Van de Zandschulp had already beaten Ruud at the US Open when he showed the world for the first time in the quarterfinals that he could compete with the big boys. He may be the first Dutchman to participate in the ATP Finals since Robin Haase in 2016.

Only Kecmanovic scores slightly higher among the other participants. Van de Zandschulp is also 30th in the world with a tournament victory, three places higher than Haase on its best days.

Meanwhile, Van de Zandschulp still has one thing to solve against Kecmanovic: the Serb recently defeated the Dutchman at Indian Wells.

Source: NOS

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