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Majchrzak in the quarterfinals. He deserved. Hurkacz slayer on the horizon

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Kamil Majchrzak (119th ATP) is the only Polish singler who competes in the tournament in the capital of Bulgaria. In the first round, the Pole defeated Lithuanian Ricardas Berankis 7: 5, 6: 2 (120th ATP), and in the fight for the quarter-finals he faced a fight with a much higher ranked opponent. I am talking about Oscar Otte (55th ATP), who at the opening won in two sets with Swede Dragos Nicolae Madaras (314th ATP).

Majchrzak played for Hurkacz and the US Open. Pole in the ATP quarterfinals in Sofia

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Majchrzak had to defend four breakpoints in the first game to keep the service. Subsequent views were also recorded by the submitters, presenting an increasingly better service attitude. The breakthrough came at 4: 4, when Otte managed to take the Pole’s pass, and after maintaining his own service, enjoy the 6: 4 victory.

A better opening of the next set was made by a Pole who, after winning the game at his own service, broke his rival. Although after a while the German had a chance to make up for the loss, the leader kept the service and came out at 3: 0. Subsequent views were probably saved by passers, which allowed Majchrzak to keep his advantage. The tennis player from Piotrków Trybunalski finished the game in the best possible way, noting another breakthrough and winning 6: 2.

The third batch was marked by sustained passes. The first breakpoints came in the fifth game when Otte had three chances to break, but didn’t take any. The persistent draw heralded a tie-break, but the Pole decided to end the match a bit earlier. Majchrzak broke the German in the tenth game and used the second match spade, which gave him a 6: 4 victory.

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The win allowed Majchrzak to advance to the quarter-finals of the tournament in Sofia, where he could face a seeded match with Pablo Carreno-Busta (14th ATP). In order for it to happen, the Spaniard has to defeat Swiss Marc-Andrea Huesler (95th ATP) in the 1/8 finals. Thus, Majchrzak would have the opportunity to repay Hubert Hurkacz’s final defeat in the tournament in Montreal. Carreno-Busta won then 3: 6, 6: 3, 6: 3.

Majchrzak is also the second Pole to defeat Otte in ATP tournaments. Hubert Hurkacz has recently done so. He defeated the German in the first round of US Open 6: 4, 6: 2, 6: 4.

Source: Sport

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