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LIVE: David Goffin flips it all and needs one more set |  Roland Garros

LIVE: David Goffin flips it all and needs one more set | Roland Garros

David Goffin won his first Grand Slam match in a year and a half against Czech Jerry Lechka. On the pebbles of Roland Garros, he now meets the United Statesman Francis Tiafoe, who is about twenty places higher. “A feasible card,” says Goffin himself.

  1. 15:01 The third set is again for Goffin. After 48 minutes, the third set ends. David Goffin convincingly won it 6-2. Tiafoe must search for this specific defeat primarily within himself. His transmission faltered dangerously and he made a lot of mistakes. The American had to turn his serve match three times. †
  2. 2 PM 13. David Goffin rebalances and thanks the net advantage. David Goffin is back in the game again. He had to fight for it… and got a little help from Grid’s edge at an important moment. At 5-5 and 30-30, Goffin hit the ball against the edge of the net. Tiafoe could hardly watch and see the ball fall. & nbsp; The American was able to score 6-6 after 6-5 for Goffin, but in the tiebreak, Goffin was Lord and Master: 7-1. & nbsp; †
  3. 1 pm 15. Goffin loses the first set. David Goffin should hunt on his second tour in Paris. American Tiafoe won the first set 6-3. Goffin had to give up his serve 2-1 and did not make up for it against Tiafoe, who played very well. In the end he showed that he can fully play tennis with falling shots and handsome winners. Guffin’s first dispatch failed. †
  4. 08:29. The second match after the women’s match at 11:00. David Goffin finished his game today at Simon Mathieu Stadium. For Tiavu Goffin, Yulia Gangin and Karolina Pliskova will play their first women’s singles second round match starting at 11am. Goffin is expected to arrive at the site around 12:30 PM. †
  5. 26-05-2022.
  6. 9:50 p.m. Gauven vs Strong Tiafu in the second round. David Goffin (ATP-48) knows he will be a strong opponent in the second round of Roland Garros with American Francis Tiafoe (ATP-27), the finalist in Estoril at the beginning of this month’s affect. “But it’s a worthwhile card,” the 31-year-old Belgian said yesterday. “It’s going to be tough. It might not be his natural surface, but Tiafoe has always played well on clay. He does really well, glides well on clay, has a fairly heavy forehand and can use a backhand, which is what he asked for he has all The weapons he needs are on this deck. So it didn’t surprise me at all that he reached the final in Estoril. He can win such a tournament.” Goffin himself is back on track after a difficult start to the season. “I lost matches because of the lack of match rhythm. At the start of the clay court season, I won a few games in a row and was gone.” †
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