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Mikael Ymer's superior was outclassed

2019-10-18T17:55:20.804Z

Mikael Ymer's superior Cedrik-Marcel Stebe disappeared in a smashing manner from the Stockholm Open. Denis Shapovalov won the quarterfinals by 6-0.6-3 in 48 minutes. - There was nothing I could do better, it was a day when everything worked, says Shapovalov.



It was a one-sided event on the center course.

- He played dazzling tennis and it was game against a goal, says Eurosports expert Jonas Björkman.

34-ranked Shapovalov controlled every event on the track and had a heavy serve with which he celebrated big triumphs. Damaged Stebe had gone the long way with a game of torment and was worn, both thighs were bandaged.

- But in the beginning I did not think you noticed anything, says Björkman about the 213-ranked German business scheme that became increasingly hampered during the match.

On the match ball, Shapovalov Stebe drove in front of him and calculated that the German got over a high ball that Shapovalov mercilessly smashed in, symptomatic of the match.

Late Thursday evening, Stebe beat the last remaining Swedish Mikael Ymer 6-0.7-6 (7-5).

Source: svt

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