Tsang Junxin Cincinnati Masters was overturned and the match failed

(Central News Agency Reporter Huang Qiaowen, Taipei, 15th) Taiwan’s first tennis brother Tsang Junxin was in the final round of the Cincinnati Masters Men’s Outdoor Singles Tournament today. He lost 6-3, 3-6, 0-6 to Belgian star Gao Fen and missed the first ATP Masters 1000 match of his career.

The Cincinnati Masters is the World Association of Professional Tennis (ATP) 1000 World Tour Masters, held in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, and the US Open, one of the four major tennis championships of the year, will make its debut at the end of the month.

Zeng Junxin, ranked 83rd in the world, started from the outside at the Cincinnati Masters and defeated Pedro Martinez of Spain, ranked 53rd, 2-1 in the first round of the men’s singles, completing his first top-60 win players in the world. In addition, he won his first victory in the Masters 1000 ATP tournament.

Zeng Junxin will play Belgian star David Goffin, who is currently ranked 61, in the final round of non-conference play, and Goffin used to be the highest ranked player in the world.

The match was delayed for several hours due to rain. After the start of the match, both sides guaranteed each other. After solving 3 break points in the 7th game, Zeng Junxin broke the opponent’s service game in the 8th game and won the first set 6-3.

Tsang Junxin lost the first serve in the fourth game of the second set, Although he saved 3 last points at the end of the set, he failed to reverse the situation and gave up the second set 3-6.

Zeng Junxin was at a disadvantage in the third set. After solving 2 consecutive end points of the opponent at the end of the set, he failed to win another victory, lost 0-6 and missed the match. (Editor: Zhang Yajing) 1110815

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