Carreño beats Delbonis and will play the title against Krajinovic

07/17/2021 at 6:23 PM CEST


The Spanish Pablo Carreño qualified this Saturday for the final of the Hamburg Tournament after defeating the Argentine in two sets in the semifinals Federico Delbonis for 7-6 (2) Y 6-3 after one hour and 55 minutes of the game.

Equality marked the first set between the Spanish, thirteenth in the ATP, and the Argentine, number 48 in the world. Neither was able to break the serve of their rival so the set was opted in favor of Carreno after a tie-break that was taken 7-2 after almost an hour of play.

In the second, the Asturian tennis player increased his level and took advantage of two of the seven break opportunities he had, which allowed him to seal his ticket to the final with greater comfort in the third victory he achieved against Delbonis after eight confrontations between the two.

Rival of Carreno in the final it will be the Serbian Filip Krajinovic, sixth favorite, who after giving the surprise in the quarterfinals by beating the Greek in three sets Stefanos Tsitsipas, first seed, beat his compatriot in the semifinals Laslo djere by 6-4 and 6-2 after 1 hour and 35 minutes.

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