Cincinnati Dominik Koepfer reached the second round of the ATP Masters in Cincinnati. Kupfer, who came forward as the “lucky loser”, defeated Jan-Lennard Struve in three sets.
Professional tennis player Dominic Kupffer reached the second round of the ATP Masters in Cincinnati by winning the German fencing with Jan-Lennard Struve. Koepfer (Furtwangen), who went on to nickname “Lucky Loser”, won after 2:32 hours with 7:6 (7:2), 5:7, 6:3 and now meets Pablo Carreño Busta (Spain/#7).
Kupfer had slipped into the peloton because Australian John Millman had to cancel his participation due to an ankle injury. Struff (Warstein) received the second straight first round one week after the ATP Masters in Toronto, Canada.
The start of the game on Monday in Ohio, USA, was postponed due to rain. Olympic champion Alexander Zverev (Hamburg / No. 3) also serves this week in preparation for the US Open (August 30 to September 12) at the Western and South African Open in Cincinnati after a farewell to the first round.
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