US Open Tennis 2019 Day 5: Nishikori Left The Game

Round 3 US Open Tennis 2019 continues to witness the names of the tennis village pity to leave.

Nishikori left the game

In a match where the player made fewer mistakes and took advantage of the opportunity, Nishikori could only leave the US Open Tennis 2019. Before De Minaur, the Japanese player performed poorly when he made 7 double errors and let the opponent break 8 times. In the opposite direction, after defeating seed 7 with the score 6-2, 6-4, 2-6 and 6-3, De Minaur has signed up to round 4 to wait for the winner of the pair of Grigor Dimitrov – Majchrzak.

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Goffin beat Busta hard

It looked like it was going to be an easy game, but what happened on the pitch was a hard day for Goffin. No. 15 seed has encountered strong fighting power coming from Busta and the Belgian player lost a lot of strength to win 7-6 (7-5), 7-6 (11-9), 7-5.

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Barty proceeds to round 4

To lose the set, Barty seemed to wake up and since then she had not lost any more sets at the US Open Tennis 2019. The next victim of No. 2 seed is the Greek player, Maria Sakkari. With 4 break times, Barty won 7-5, 6-3 to enter the fourth round against Wang Qiang.

Pliskova tried to keep going

The non-ranked tennis player Ons Jabeur has caused Pliskova surprises. No. 3 seed has lost a lot of energy to win 6-1, 4-6, 6-4. Pliskova’s next opponent will be Konta, who defeated Zhang Shuai 6-2, 6-3.

Roger Federer – Daniel Evans: 23h, August 30, round 3

If in the first round at the US Open Tennis 2019, Federer started the match full of struggle against Sumit Nagal (won 3-1), then in the second round, the Swiss legend was worse in set 1. Before Dzumhur hit the ball well and moved well. , Federer repeatedly defeated and lost the first 4 games. In the first four games only, “Express Train” lost 2 games delivered, making four times as many errors (11 vs 3).

Despite the effort, Federer still lost 3-6. It was a set that FedEx had 17 errors of self-defeating. The aftermath of the game dragged on to set 2 when he risked losing the game. But after that, everything was lucky to return to Federer. He won 6-2, 6-3 and 6-4 for another comeback stage. It’s been a long time since people saw Federer so slowly on the outskirts of a Grand Slam.

Anyway, this result helped Federer maintain an unbeaten record in 19 appearances in the US Open Tennis 2019 2nd round, and won the 87th match in the last 100 Grand Slam matches of the year. In the next round, “Express Train” will meet Daniel Evans, who eliminated seed No. 25 Lucas Pouille. This match cannot be played due to bad weather in New York on the 3rd day of the tournament.

This is the third clash between two players. Two times ago, Federer won with the same score 3-0 at the Australian Open 2019 and Wimbledon 2016. Daniel Evans is a player with a knack for backhand shots and Federer must have studied the opponent. Will the Swiss legend change the way he fights?

Novak Djokovic – Denis Kudla: 7:30, August 31, round 3

Djokovic is more stable than Federer. Overcoming round 2, the Serbian player balanced Pete Sampras’ 71 victories in the US Open Tennis 2019 and ranked 5th in the list of the most winning players in this tournament in the Open Era. Djokovic’s chances of advancing are very wide, even in this third round, he only had to meet Denis Kudla.

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Djokovic just met Denis Kudla at Wimbledon 2019 and won the match 3-0. That was the only time they met. Reunited at the US Open Tennis 2019, the 27-year-old American tennis player will rely heavily on the cheers of the home audience in hopes of causing difficulties for Djokovic. But with the current level and performance, Nole will probably “strangle” the opponent.

In the women’s singles, the focus is on the legendary Serena Williams when she met Karolina Muchova. At the age of 38, the “monument” of the felt village is still very full. Playing like this, she promised to go very deep and other young opponents had reason to worry.

Schedule for US Open Tennis 2019 – Women’s singles

* Note: The schedule will vary depending on the match that took place before.