Three ATP250 results: Tim mussetti lost, agut narrowly survived

With the three tournaments in full swing, let’s take a look at the latest developments.

Croatia’s Umag Open yesterday:

Alcalas 6-2 6-3 Gampos

With good friend Sinna watching, Alcaras met little resistance, easy to beat Gampos in straight sets, continue to set out towards his goal of defending the title.

After winning four titles in a row in the first half of the year, Alcalas’s recent momentum and overall performance have slowed down. I wonder whether the title defense trip will be smooth?

With the U.S. Open, the last Grand Slam of the year, coming up next month, Alcalas has the best chance and easiest chance to win a Grand Slam title.

Three ATP250 results: Tim mussetti lost, agut narrowly survivedAgamemnon 3-6 6-1 7-5 Baes

The Italian made a stunning comeback from a deficit to knock out Argentine Carlos Baes and reach the last eight of a Tour tournament for the first time in his career.

Cecchinato 6-4 6-3 Mussetti

A Derby between Italian compatriots, old and new on clay. The former is the French Open four, the latter is the new branch ATP500 Hamburg champion.

Mussetti’s winning streak ended when he was overpowered by Big Brother after failing to follow up his impressive performance in the burger competition.

Bagnis 6-3 6-1 Muteat

What started as a tit-for-tat contest ended in a resounding victory for the Argentines. France’s men’s singles stars are now in short supply. Mutete failed to break out of the situation.

The Kitzbuhel Open in Austria also produced the final four yesterday.

Hanfman 6-4 3-6 6-4 Tim

Thiem missed out on his best chance of winning the tournament since his comeback. Despite a comeback against German veteran Hanfmann, Thiem lacked consistency in the deciding set and was broken by his opponent.

Bautista Agut 4-6 7-5 7-5 to Heca

Spain’s stable man Agut is steady progress, but this game is a close pass. In the face of the Czech to Heca, was the opponent of the first next city after the continuous fight to see seven before the winner. He will be the favourite to win the tournament.

Ramos 6-4 6-2 Martinez

Former Monte Carlo Masters runner-up Sergio Ramos has won a Spanish Derby.

In addition, in ATP250 Atlanta competition, DeMinar, Mannarino, Brooksby and other general will have passed.

Over the next two days, the tournament will decide the winner, and then the focus of world tennis will shift to North America. Who can win all three 250 titles? Let’s wait and see!