Croatian tennis player Marin Cilic, number 41 in the ATP and seed number 6, beat Tommy Paul in the round of 16 of the ATP 250 tournament in Moscow in one hour and forty-three minutes by 7-5 and 6-3. American tennis player, number 54 of the ATP.

After this result, we can continue to see the winner of the match in the quarterfinals of the ATP 250 tournament in Moscow. The match data reflects that the Croatian tennis player managed to break his opponent’s serve 4 times, obtained 57% of the first serve, committed 3 double faults, and managed to win 61% of the service points.

As for the American player, he managed to break his opponent’s service twice, his effectiveness was 64%, he made 3 double faults and achieved 53% of the service points. After this meeting, the quarterfinals will take place where the Croatian player and the winner of the match between Serbian Filip Krajinovic and Spanish tennis player Pedro Martínez Portero will be measured.

Gonzalo Escobar and Ariel Behar advance in doubles The Ecuadorian Gonzalo Escobar, number 44 of the ATP and the Uruguayan player Ariel Behar, number 48 of the ATP won in the round of 16 of the ATP 250 tournament in Moscow by 6-3, 6 (3 ) -7 (7) and 10-7 in one hour and forty minutes to Brazilian tennis player Marcelo Demoliner and New Zealand tennis player Marcus Daniell, numbers 67 and 47 of the ATP.

In a recent interview with La Nacion, Leonardo Mayer opened up about a number of topics, including the famed GOAT debate. Mayer admitted that it was “difficult” to pick one of the three but revealed that he considers Roger Federer the greatest ever.

Mayer talks about Roger Federer

Former World No. 21 Leonardo Mayer believes Roger Federer is the greatest player in the history of the sport because “he does everything right.” Mayer, who retired from the sport earlier this month, also explained why training with Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal has both pros and cons.

“How difficult… Of those three is the one you (Journalist Sebastian Torok like the most,” Mayer said. “Federer is for me. He does everything right.” Federer invited Mayer to train with him in Switzerland during the 2019 claycourt season.

It is pertinent to note that Mayer’s anxiety attacks began just a few weeks ahead of the Swiss’ invitation. “I couldn’t train. I wasn’t going to be able to put up with the pressure that meant being with Federer; I couldn’t,” explained Mayer.

“(Ivan) Ljubicic, Federer’s coach, contacted the Boy (Mariano Hood), who was with me, and proposed it to him. I told him to let me think for a while, but I rejected him (Roger Federer).”

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