Kwon Soon-woo (Dangjin City Hall, world ranking No. 63), a sign of Korean tennis, defeated Alexander Zverev (Germany, world ranking No. 17) in the first round of the men’s professional tennis (ATP) tour ABN Amro Open singles. couldn’t cross the wall.
Kwon Soon-woo lost to Zverev 0-2 (4-6 6-7 <4-7>) in the first round of the ATP Tour 500 Series Amro Open held in Rotterdam, Netherlands on the 14th (Korean time).
Kwon Soon-woo, who gave up the first set, had a tie-break match with Tsverev in the second set. In the tiebreak point 3-4, Soonwoo Kwon was unable to save his serve and allowed a score. Tsverev, who did not miss this opportunity, advanced to the second round by winning the tie-break 7-4.
In this match, Kwon Soon-woo consistently struggled with Zverev’s strong serve. Kwon Soon-woo, who never broke his opponent’s serve game, ended this tournament in the first round. 카지노
Tsverev was runner-up at the 2020 US Open. Also in 2021, he won the ATP Tour Finals, the ‘Wangjungwangjeon’. In the semifinals of last year’s French Open, he played an equal match with ‘soil god’ Rafael Nadal (Spain, world No. 6), but withdrew due to an ankle injury.
After getting on the operating table, he couldn’t stand on the court for a while. Zverev, who rose to world No. 2 last year, is aiming for a revival by returning to the court recently.
Kwon Soon-woo will move to Qatar and participate in the Qatar Axon Mobile Open, which opens on the 20th.
Meanwhile, the TV channel SPOTV ON and the sports OTT service SPOTV NOW will broadcast live satellite matches of the Amro Open. It will also be broadcast live on SPOTV ASIA (Spotv Asia). Sporty Asia is a channel broadcasting to 13 countries in Southeast Asia and broadcasts tennis grand slam tournaments such as Wimbledon and US Open, men’s professional tennis ATP tour, motorcycle racing competition MotoGP (GP), WTT (World Table Tennis) table tennis competition, and BWF ( World Badminton Federation) badminton competition, International Sports Climbing (IFSC), Sports Climbing World Cup, etc. are provided.