Tennis – ATP Finals: Kevin Anderson Overcomes Dominic Thiem
Debutant Kevin Anderson made a wonderful beginning to his ATP Finals crusade with a straight-set prevail upon Dominic Thiem in their opening match.
The South African beat the Austrian 6-3 7-6 (12-10) at the season-finishing occasion in London.
— Florian Heer (@Florian_Heer) November 11, 2018
The match’s solitary break came in the fourth session of the opener with Anderson at that point taking the second-set tie-break with an expert on his fourth match point.
Roger Federer faces Kei Nishikori later today at 20:00 GMT.
— Nikolaus Fink (@NikolausFink) November 11, 2018
The ATP Finals includes the world’s best eight players – less world number two Rafael Nadal and number four Juan Martin del Potro, who are harmed.
They are isolated into two gatherings for the round-robin group stage with the best two from each fitting the bill for Saturday’s semi-finals.
— Sky Sports Tennis 🎾 (@SkySportsTennis) November 11, 2018
And that’s that for the Thiem dream. Kevin Anderson edges Dominic Thiem in a tight second-set breaker to win 6-3, 7-6(10) on his #ATPFinals debut. Clutch and massive serving from Kevin with Dominic pushing for decider.
— Chris Oddo (@TheFanChild) November 11, 2018
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