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News from tennis - Hüsler with an exploit against Carreno Busta - Damper for Teichmann - Sport

News from tennis – Hüsler with an exploit against Carreno Busta – Damper for Teichmann – Sport

News from tennis – Hüsler with an exploit against Carreno Busta – Damper for Teichmann – Sport – SRF


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Hausler defeats world number 14 in Sofia

Marc-Andrea Hüsler (ATP 95) caused a surprise at the ATP 250 Championships in Sofia. The 26-year-old from Zurich got rid of second seed Pablo Carreno Busta in the Bulgarian capital. After 102 minutes, Hüsler was victorious 6:3, 3:6, 6:2 against the 14th-ranked Spaniard. The decisive break in the third round was successful for the Swiss when the score was 2:1. Hüsler easily served this advantage at home. In the last quarter-finals, current Swiss No. 1 will face Poland’s Kamil Majsherczyk (ATP 119) in the indoor event.

Teichmann was eliminated in Tallinn

Jill Tishman failed in the round of 16 at the WTA 250 Championships in Tallinn. The 25-year-old Swiss (WTA 36) lost a left-handed duel against Belgian qualifier Ysaline Bonaventura (WTA 138) 6:7 ​​(8:10), 3:6. When it was 6:5 in the tiebreak, Teichmann couldn’t From turning a set ball, then fending off two set balls, but was helpless on the third. In the second set, she was late 1:4 and was unable to get back into the game. For Tichmann this was already the third defeat in the fourth encounter with Bonaventure. This leaves only Belinda Bencic in the tournament held in Tallinn from the first three Swiss women.

Swiss women play against Italy first

Switzerland will play group matches in the Billie Jean King Cup in Glasgow, first on Wednesday 9 November against Italy and on Friday 11 November against Canada. The group winners advance to the semi-finals, which takes place on Saturday 12 November, followed by the final the following day.


SRF Radio 1, afternoon bulletin, September 29, 2022, 5:12 pm;

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