Until the last, they played in scaring each other. In the end, they showed an extraordinary heart, burdened by a common people for their cause. The Kazakh pair of Alexander Public and Andrei Kolubev (4-6, 7-6, 6-4) play 2:09 p.m. The mistreated Frenchmen were seen serving the match in the second set before defeating their opponents. They thus became the first 100% French couple to win twice at Roland Carros.
So many emotions! After the miracle of the semifinal match at Simon-Matthew Court on Thursday – they had saved three match points before winning – Pierre-Hughes Herbert and Nicola Mahut proved once again that nothing is done in tennis, with no last ball. Often favorites against less experienced opponents than them, although they were initially overwhelmed by the power of the Kazakh people and sometimes by unusual choices. Alexander Public was also the best boy in the men’s doubles final for a long time.
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Public broke down at the worst moment, unable to play at first
Until this popular 5-4 service game in favor of the Kazakhs in the second set, Public was in the oven and at the factory. Influential in serving the response and a big smile that is often shown, as a sign of sobriety and hope, the world’s weirdest 37th player wins (or almost) everything he does. For their part, as was their (bad) habit in this match, the French also had difficulty getting into their game, especially having difficulty restarting in finding the right distance.
But despite being scattered on the court of the great Philip-Satri, the French public never let up. Nicola Mahmoud, as a good old man, used himself to play the Kazakhs in this 10th game, which was finally a big turning point in the final. Under pressure, Public made an irreparable mistake: a double mistake that provided a turning point for the Blues. Therefore, the Blues, who were very aggressive and lively in the net, flew 1 point for 7 points on the tie-break of the second set. And after a final fear and two break points were pushed against them in the final 2-1, they started again as the Tigers went ahead to give way one last time in his engagement (4-6, 7-6, 4-3).
It was much quieter to close the contract on his service than it was in the semifinals, and Herbert may have infuriated her anger after the final winning service was cut, while Mahout collapsed on his back. After cleaning the tennis behind closed doors for more than a year, they stored together the Marseilles, which the public sang in unison. How beautiful tennis is in these conditions!
Angry question: Has Chitsibas already played in his final?
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