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Wimbledon 2016: Dolgopolov goes on, Marchenko crashes

Уимблдон-2016: Долгополов идет дальше, Марченко вылетаетAlexander Dolgopolov and Ilya Marchenko different completed first round matches herbal major.

Dolgopolov in the first round two hours to beat the 78-th racket of the world of Russia’s Evgeny Donskoy. Ukrainian, with the exception of the cut in the third set, completely controlled the game on the court.

Due to the three breaks and almost error-free game on his serve and Dolgopolov over 53 minutes to win two sets. In the debut of the third party Donskoy played a double break-point and then made the break. The minimal advantage the Russians have retained to the end of the exercise.

The fourth set, Dolgopolov started with the jerk 3:0. It seemed that the victory already in his pocket, but Alexander failed the next three games and returned to the opponent in the game. The players reached the tie-break – Dolgopolov has not lost a single ball on the serve and with first match-bol followed in the 1/32 finals.

In the second round Dolgopolov will play against the winner of the match between Daniel Evans (UK) and Jan-Lennard Straffon (Germany).

Evgeny Donskoy (Russia) – Alexander Dolgopolov (Ukraine, 30) – 2:6, 4:6, 6:3, 6:7

Ilya Marchenko French veteran Julien benneteau has created problems only in the third set. Shakhtar made it to the tiebreak and even had a set-bol. Benneteau three times in one ball from going to the next round – two match-bol Marchenko played, but on the third attempt, the Frenchman sent
Ilya overboard Wimbledon.

Julien Benneteau (France) – Ilya Marchenko (Ukraine) – 6:4, 6:2, 7:6

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