Tildi: On behalf of Novak Djokovic. The Serbian Nicola Milojevic also came back to beat Italian Andrea Pellegrino 4-6 6-1 6-4 and reach the semi-finals of Gran Canaria Challenger 1. Fourth seed in the tournament organized by MEF Tennis Events, that as a stage, Cortijo Club de Campo returned , The world number one Davis Cup buddy, with great force to the ring after a pause forced by the rain that broke out in the middle of the second set, leaving no chance of victory. Your opponent.
Milojevic wants the Top 100: “It’s a question of trust”
After the match, Milojevic shared his impressions: “I am very happy, especially with my reaction after losing the first set. After the rain stopped, I started very well and I think I deserved to win.” The 25-year-old tennis player from Belgrade was No. 1 in the junior world But as a pro he hasn’t yet made it to the top. 100 out of the ATP ranking: “Throughout my career I have lost a lot of matches like this. I was the favorite on paper, but Pellegrino started better than me and made it very difficult for me. It’s a matter of trust: facing the matches I played correctly, I will be able On achieving the leap that will allow me to enter the top 100. “Never forget the teachings of his idol:” Djokovic motivates and inspires all Serbian athletes like me. Novak is an example of how hard work and strength is a spirit of sacrifice essential to getting to the top: it is the pride of being able to share experiences with Such a hero. “
Ten Canadians from Spain: ‘Gran Canaria is Heaven’
On the other side of the table, Stephen Diez leads against Italian Ricardo Bonadio (6-3, 6-0): “I was expecting a more balanced match. Bonadio is one of those who never gave up, but this was clearly not his day. No way, I think the result was very severe. ”In Gran Canaria Diez plays at home:“ I was born in Toronto, Canada, to Spanish parents. When I was six years old, we moved to Spain: Since then I have lived in this but she represents Canada in tennis. Gran Canaria? It’s heaven. ”His incoming opponent Alex Mulcan will rank the winner in the Slovak derby against Philipp Horanski 6-2 6-3.
Results for Friday, February 26th
Alex Mulcan B. Philip Horansky 6-2 6-3
Mykola Milojevic B. Andrea Pellegrino 4-6 6-1 6-4
Enzo Kwacode B. Marco Trungleti 6-1 0-6 7-6 (6)
Stephen Ten B. Ricardo Bonadio 6-3 6-0