On Wednesday in Paris It was extended too much. Italian Yannick Siner (No. 4 in the ATP rankings) achieved his victory over the American Mackenzie MacDonald (No. 42) by 6-7 (6), 7-5 and 6-1 at 2:37 (early morning on Thursday).
Afterwards, Sinner said “he is happy with the win and to be in the next round,” although he also gave a warning sign for his next commitment: “Honestly, I don’t know if I’ll play in the round of 16, we’ll see how I feel tomorrow.
Darren CahillOne of the young Italian national team coaches attacks the organization of the tournament: “I am happy with Sinner’s victory, but there is no interest in the player in Paris.”
The controversy continues because he must go out to play his round of 16 match against the Australian Alex de Minaur (No. 13), which ended several hours ago, Thursday itself, in the fourth round of the Central Court.
The organization decided to hold a match between Novak Djokovic vs. Talon Greksbauer and Daniel Altmaier vs. Holger Röhn in the night session instead of his session. That is, you will likely have less than 15 hours to recover and get out and play again.
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