June 5, 2011 by staff
Bjorn Fratangelo, Tristan pass Bjorn Fratangelo fatigue Lamasine reach the singles final of the Boys – French Open Local hopes were finally crushed when Bjorn Fratangelo United States defeated the French competitors in the semifinals Tristan Lamasine more Boys’ singles at the French Open on Friday. The U.S. worked hard for an hour and forty-six minutes before ending the thriller in three sets 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, to earn a spot in the final Grand Slam tournament.
It was a contest about evenly with the two contestants showed their incredible tennis skills to get the best from others. Fratangelo drew first blood in the contest when he secured the first game to get one in the game. However, Lamasine was not far behind and made a breakthrough in the next game to level the contest with a set of one piece. It all came down to the decisive third set and the French finally collapsed under the pressure of the victory over Fratangelo grant will allow a place at the end of the event wizard.
Both boys served with more than 60 percent accuracy but six double faults by Lamasine proved much tax at the end. Their first service points winner was also very similar, but Fratangelo struck three breaks serve for the points Lamasine rest of two to achieve competitive advantage over his opponent.
The first set was taken with both contenders aggressive approach to get the advantage early in the game. Lamasine committed several unforced errors in the first set to allow easy points to his rival, leaving it to settle in the game. Two consecutive double faults allowed Fratangelo French first serve to break the party and served as the first set at 6-4 to gain the advantage in the competition.
The American could not maintain its momentum in the next set and a series of errant movements of the racket Lamasine allowed to recover in the game. The French had an early service break in the second set but responded with two break points in the bag set at 6-4, to level the match at 1-1.
It all came down to the decisive third set Lamasine collapsed under the pressure that America joined the war. Fratangelo serve chopped a single break to seal the 6-3 victory and earned a ticket to the final of Roland Garros, will face the 14 seed, Dominic Thiem of Austria for the boy’s singles title.
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