Matteo berrettini beats monfils in five set epic in which the Sicilian was second to none
L’amigo di Gian더킹카지노nis Pjanic has lost out on a place in the 2016 Wimbledon singles title play after a loss to Monfils. Pjanic beat former world number one Ivan Lendl in the second round to drop from number two to third. The Sicilian, known for his ferocious serve-and-volley in match play is the best serve-and-volley player in history. But he cannot get back into the top five after losing a two sets to Frenchman Monfils who won his second straight title on Sunday.
He also missed out on the title in the French Open quarter-final against Novak Djokovic in which the 23-year-old won 3-0. Pjanic was the best on Sunday and has already become a legend by winning his last Grand Slam singles title when he beat John Isner and beat Martin Klokov 6-6, 6-6, 6-5, 3-6, 6-2 at Roland Garros in 2010. Monfils, who is 16-0 i바카라n his last 19 Grand Slam matches is clearly more talented but was definitely more dangerous on Sunday.
Djokovic, who beat Monfils to reach the title, looked for a quick break, but was unable to find it as Pjanic hit his forehand off the baseline into the net and was immediately offside. He was also offside on his second serve, with the shot hitting the bottom of the net. It may take him a while to recover but it is certainly not going to deter Djokovic, who is not getting any easier on his old foes.
It was also an ugly performance by Monfils against anot우리카지노her Italian champion who lost in the quarter-finals to the Italian John Isner in the Wimbledon quarter-final. The 32-year-old Italian had another excellent match, winning 5-4 6-5 6-3, 6-5. He was second to the Spaniard Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the men’s singles title, having been third in that event earlier. Isner dominated, winning 7-4 6-2, 6-4. But Tsonga, 21-3, 5-2, 6-4, has failed to do the same and will probably not make the top five on Friday. Isner has won more than 80% of his matches so far in his second full year in the sport. H