Ukrainian Sergiy Stakhovsky confidently overcome the starting barrier on the grass major in London.
The first opponent Stakhovsky at Wimbledon was the 122nd issue of the ATP ranking, Yoshihito Nisicka with which the Ukrainian recently played in the qualification tournament in Halle. The match Stakhovsky won in two sets, and today confirmed its superiority over the opponent.
Victory in starting party Stakhovsky brought the only break in the fourth game. In the second game, Nishioka was able to take revenge, but when the score was 3:2 missed double break-point, and then gave his serve.
During the decisive set, the Japanese break led 2:0 – Stakhovsky said opponent with a series of four won games. Ukrainian to qualify for the next round remained twice to protect his supply – Sergei confidently managed.
In the second round of Wimbledon, Sergiy Stakhovsky will play against ninth seeded Marin Cilic. In personal meetings, the Croat leads with a score of 4:0, but only in one match Stakhovsky failed to take a set.
Sergiy Stakhovsky (Ukraine) – Yoshihito Nishioka (Japan) – 6:3, 6:4, 6:4