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Jerzy Janowicz waited so long for such a result

On the third day of the Paitum Cup, all scheduled matches were finally played. Jerzy Janowicz, who returned to the match after a long break, also finished his encounter.

Anna Baginska

Jerzy Janowicz

PAP / Jakub Kaczmarczyk / Pictured: Jerzy Janowicz

On Tuesday, the weather wasn’t pleasant and many Paytum Cup matches were moved to Wednesday. Jerzy Janowicz’s match with Władysław Orłowo was interrupted due to rain. The stop did not kick the pole out of the game.

It was 3:6, 4:3 for him when the match resumed on Wednesday. He won the second set, and in the decisive match turned out to be better than the opponent at the top.

– The victory of the ranking today means absolutely nothing to me, absolutely nothing in terms of career path. It only works for me to realize that I can play something else in this tennis and try to enjoy it – said the Lodz native after winning the official website of the Polish Tennis Federation.

Watch the video: The journalist was touched by your recovery speech. “Iga is a wonderful man” Jerzy Janowicz appears at the tournament in Bytom thanks to a wild card he received from the organizers. The victory over Władysław Orłowo was his first ITF match win after returning to action after a two-year hiatus. In the second round, he will face Shimon Kelan.

In total, four Poles won the first round in singles matches. Apart from the aforementioned Jerzy Janowicz and Szymon Kielan, the game also features Michał Mikuła and Maciej Rajski. In doubles, the six representatives of the tournament’s host nation are still fighting for the final win.

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Paitum Cup, Bitum (Poland)
ITF World Tennis Tour, clay courts, 15K prize pool. dollar

Wednesday June 8
Individual first round:

Simon Kelan (Poland) – Ivan Marrero Curbelo (Spain) 1:6, 7:6 (5), 7:6 (3)
Jerzy Janowicz (Poland) bt Władysław Orlow (Ukraine, 5) 3:6, 7:6 (5), 6:3
Daniel Senyakov (Czech Republic) – Martin Paulski (Poland) 6:4, 6:3
David Poljak (Czech, 1) – Wojciech Marek (Poland) 7:6 (3), 6:3
Michal Mikucha (Poland) – Daniel Bate (Czech Republic) 6:4, 6:2
Maciej Rajski (Poland 7) – Jiri Genesek (Czech Republic) 6-1 6-2
First round of doubles:

Shimon Kilan (Poland, 4) / Vadislav Orlo (Ukraine, 4) – Nikodim Parcic (Poland) / Marcin Zarsky (Poland) 6:1, 6:0
Jakub Minczyk (Czech Republic) / Olaf Bychkowski (Poland) v Georgić Krauchenko (Ukraine) / Patrik Niklas Salminen (Finland) 6:0, 6:0 loss
Wojciech Marek (Poland) / Martyn Pawelski (Poland) – Max Wiskandt (Germany) / Paul Woerner (Germany) 6:0, n6:0 forfeit
Jerry Barnat (Czech Republic) / Filip Duda (Czech Republic) – Pyotr Kocevic (Poland) / Sandro Szic (Poland) 7:6 (5), 5:7, 10:8
Michel Mikucha (Poland) / Jan Wojcic (Poland) v Ivan Marrero Curbelo (Spain) / Daoud Takaza (Poland) 7:6 (5), 6:2

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