Alex de Minaur did not make it to the first quarter of Wimbledon.
Two teams in favor of Christian Carin in Chile Clay had the chance to take the lead when the Demon had a 5-5 break in the third set.
It looked like he had made the crucial pass, but Gary got the ball and pulled the net back.
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De Minaur couldn’t believe it and tried desperately to hit Volley on the opponent’s head. But I didn’t hit it enough and Gary extended the point and I finally got it.
And since then the game has changed on its own.
De Minaur, who won the first two games 6-2 7-5, broke the first leg of the fourth round 6-4 before losing the third game 7-3.
The fifth set went back and forth.
The OCCs went 5-3 on aggregate, losing seven of their last eight points.
“I really don’t have a word now,” said Gary, 43, who plays with Nick Kirgius in the last eight. “I gave everything I had.
“It was a tough fight. It was a battle. I think Alex is an incredible player. He is one of the best on the grass for me.
“I’m tired. I gave what I could, and in the fifth set I thought it was for him or me. I tried to be aggressive, I went to the net, and I tried to be aggressive in my ministry. I think that was the key.”
De Minar-Kyrgyz’s quarter-final was a disappointment for the OS fans who were dreaming of it, and the bad news was coming in when Jason Kubler was replaced by 11th seed Taylor Fritz.
Kyrgyzs lifted his spirits with a five-match winning streak against Brandon Nakashima – and Rollercoster continued.
However, as they looked to reach the second quarter of Wimbledon, Tosmanovich recovered by defeating the Frenchman 4-6 6-4 6-3.
Both players fought 16 games to win their service.
In the last round, Iga Swiatetech, who won 37 games, seemed to be continuing her dream.
However, Tolljanovich, ranked 44th, finished the quarter-finals with Kazakhstan’s Elena Riabakina, four times in a row.
– With AFP