Djokovic wins Auger-Aliassime and advances to the semifinals in Rome | sneakers

At the court in Rome, Novak Djokovic defeated Felix Auger-Aliassime 2-0 (7/5 and 7/6) and defended himself in the semifinals of the Masters 1000 against Norwegian Casper Ruud. This is the 999th position won for the No. 1 in the world. In another bracket, Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas and German Alexander Zverev met again for the third time.

Djokovic got dangerous in the fifth game, when the Canadian had a break, but the world number one managed to turn around, conceded a goal and opened 3 to 2. The Serbian got got the break in eight games and opened 5. to 3. But, after that, Auger-Aliassime came back and survived the setup. The tennis players confirmed their next career, but Djokovic broke the final game and closed at 7-5.

The second started to equalize, but in the sixth game, after seven minutes, Djokovic managed to break Aliassime’s opener 4-2. Later, the Serbian found it difficult to confirm his assist, but he succeeded after the game. in equal parts several times. The Canadian returned after two counterattacks, also disrupted the service of the No. 1 seed in the world afterwards and did his job to leave everything tied from 5 to 5. Djokovic returned back to the game without losing any of the assist, but Felix also confirmed his use .. In the tie-break, Djokovic closed fast at 7-1.

Novak Djokovic vs Felix Auger-Aliassime Masters 1000 Roma – Photo: Alex Pantling / Getty Images

WTA 125 by Trophee Lagardere, France

Bia Haddad resumes another busy day at the Lagardère Trophy, in France, playing the quarterfinal duel in a match against local athlete Elsa Jacquemot. Just like last Thursday, the challenge was tough, the candidate started better, but the Brazilian sought change and advancement: 2 set to 1, part of 4/6, 6/1 and 6/4 to Bia, which meets Romanian Ana. Bogdan in the singles semifinal this Saturday.

With the road win, Bia was close to the top 50 in the world the day before Roland Garros. Just win the semifinals or hopefully the Mayar Sherif is not the winner of WTA 125 in Karlsruhe where the Brazilian reached the 50th in the world.

With Kristina Mladenovic, in doubles, the Brazilian asserted herself in the final with victories from 2 hours to 0, half between 6/3 and 7/5, in 1h24, over Anastasia Gasanova and Kamilla Rakhimova. In decision, they face duo Kalashnikova / Kato, who beat Kalinskaya / Potapova 2-1.

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