Unpowered, but with lots open for him, he had high hopes for Nick Kirgius at Wimbledon.
It was not planned to throw the first set to the 219th best player in the world.
The OCC suffered a disappointing 3-6 defeat in the first leg of their 3-6 shock defeat at the hands of the British duo.
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With only three games left, Kirgos shouted at the referee, the line judge said “snitch” and “he has no support” and said he would find it difficult to serve himself later in the meeting.
Juba made only two unforced errors, which put Kirgius in trouble and he hit the ball out of the stadium when it broke.
When the ball boy and the lineman went outside, Kirgius was given a ball warning.
For the second time in his career, Kyrgyz lost his first set at Wimbledon.
Kirgos was forced to save three break points in the second set of 1-1, breaking things and winning 6-1 when things got back on track.
In the second round, they will face Philippe Krajinovich or Jerry Leheca, while fourth-seeded Stephen Pussippas will advance to the third round.