The Ukrainian lost to the second racket of the tournament in three sets to the Austrian Sebastian Ofner
Ukrainian tennis player Alexey Krutykh failed to reach the quarterfinals of the tournament ATP Challenger 125 in French Saint Tropez.
The Ukrainian lost to the second seeded Sebastian Ofner from Austria in a tense match. The fight lasted almost two hours.
Alexey won the first set, losing during the game. The second set was left to the Austrian. In the decisive game, the tennis players held their serves until the Ukrainian lost in the seventh game.
Krutykh reached the main draw of the tournament in Saint-Tropez through qualification. The Ukrainian defeated Evgeniy Karlovsky, who competes under a neutral flag, and then also confidently beat the Frenchman Mikail Alimli. Already in the main draw, Alexey beat the Swede Elias Ymer.
- ATP Challenger 125. Saint-Tropez, France. Main grid. Second round
Alexey Krutykh (Ukraine, Q) — Sebastian Ofner (Austria, 2) — 1:2 (6:4, 3:6, 4:6)
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