Roland Garros 2023: Ruud and Rune are taped in the Quarterfinals | Video

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scandinavian tennis players Casper Ruud and Holger Rune they will reissue their duel from last year and will meet in Quarterfinals of Roland Garros 2023instance to which they advanced after eliminating their two South American rivals on Monday: NicolĂĄs Jarry and Francisco CerĂșndolo.

The first to pass the round was Ruud, finalist in 2022 at Roland Garros, who had to work hard to beat the Chilean 7-6(3), 7-5 and 7-5 Jarry. The Norwegian, seeded fourth, he struggled against his opponenta clay court specialist, who was ahead on the scoreboard in the last two sets but He did not know how to take advantage of his opportunities.

“If we had played five sets, I don't know how long we would have played."said ruud on the track Philippe Chatrier.

I have to thank my team for putting pressure on me in training. I did the work and physically I was ready for more.

In the initial set, Ruud wasted a "break" advantage and had to play a "tie break" that he won comfortably. Trusted perhaps by a false sense of security, began losing 4-1 the second sleevebut recovered and won six of the next seven games to move closer to final victory.

Chilean earedwho participated in his first round of 16 match of a Grand Slam, he achieved the first service break again in the third set. With the big shots of him, Jarry was always in contention, but he was unable to deliver his many chances to defeat the Norwegian.

ruud will now be measured in quarters to Holger Runesixth seed, who beat the Argentine Francisco Cerundolo by 7-6(3), 3-6, 6-4, 1-6 and 7-6(7) in a controversial match in which the referee did not see a double dribble that favored the Dane.

Rune got off to a good start, with a quick 4-1 lead, while CerĂșndolo fought with a serve which was on average more than 20 km/h faster than his. The 20-year-old Scandinavian tennis player He comfortably held his serve to get 5-2 up, but he began to get careless and ended up winning the first set in the tie-break.

In the second sleeve, the argentinian broke his rival's serve and it was 4-1, closing the set with brilliance. However, the momentum soon changed again.

Rune went up 2-1 in the third set, with 40 all, when he clearly did not get to the ball on time and the second bounce was visible to all but chair umpire Kader Nouni. The Dane did not admit the fault and a furious closing it, who threatened the referee with asking for a fine against him, he gave up a "break", falling 4-1 below and finally losing the set.

The 24-year-old Argentine refused to give up and led 4-0 in the fourth, in which the unforced rune errors amounted to 52. The battle resumed in the fifth, in which both held serve until 4-4 and then suffered a break each to reach the Decisive tie-break, in which Rune ended up prevailing.

(With information from Europe Press)

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