Davidovich slips completely after resuming his match at Queen’s

Davidovich slips completely after resuming his match at Queen’s
Davidovich slips completely after resuming his match at Queen’s

The Chilean Alejandro Tabilo achieved the second victory on grass of his sporting career by winning in Queen’s To Spanish Alexander Davidovich by 7-6 (6), 3-6 and 6-1.

This Tuesday, Tabilo finished a match that was suspended on Monday due to how slippery the court was when the Chilean was 2-0 up in the third set.

In less than half an hour, Tabilo finished the job and leaves Davidovich without victories on grass two weeks before the start of Wimbledonwhere he defends last year’s third round.

Tabilo has had a spectacular year on all surfaces, with the title in Auckland, the final in Santiago and the semi-finals in Bucharest and Rome. Before this Queen’s, the Chilean had only won one match on grass, two years ago at Wimbledon.

In the round of 16, the world number 24 will face the American Tommy Paulwho beat the Argentine in his debut Sebastian Baez for a double 6-4.

Alejandro Tabilo and Alejandro Davidovich greet each other at the end of their match at Queen’s

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