Berdych after winning on Copil to second round in Rotterdam
Tomas Berdych has Monday the second round of the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament. The winner of the 2014 calculated in two sets with the Romanian Marius Copil: 7-6 and 6-4.
Very easy did it all not for the current number thirteen in the world. The Romanian, the global number 130, via the qualifications posted for the tournament and it felt good to feel at home on the hard courts at the Ahoy.
Nevertheless, it won Berdych the first set in a tiebreak. Then ran it, however, proved to be more difficult for the Czech, who at the beginning of the second set to his groin showed treat.
Day 1 ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament
Robin Haase knew after nine years, a party to win at the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament.
The Hagenaar won in three sets against Florian Mayer.
It was 7-5 and 7-6 (3).
Joy at Haase.
Last month was Haase a dubbelkoppel with Mayer at the Australian Open.
Tomas Berdych was two sets too strong for Marius Copil.
Berdych allowed himself to even treat because of liesklachten.
Feliciano Lopez flew out immediately.
The Spaniard lost surprisingly the Frenchman Pierre-Hughes Herbert.
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That injury seemed to Berdych also in the rest of the party to hinder, but really got into trouble the Czech. He struck at 5-4 on the service of the Romanian directly on his first matchpoint.
In the second round affects the number four of the plaatsingslijst the winner of the match between Viktor Troicki and Richard Gasquet.
Earlier on Monday, also knew Robin Haase for the second round of the tournament in Rotterdam. He was in two sets, better than the German, Florian Mayer. Haase has had since 2008, no party won in Ahoy.
Haase survive for the first time since 2008 opening round in Rotterdam