Ruud outplayed Wolfe in straight sets in Geneva

The fourth racket of the world, the Norwegian Kasper Ruud won the second round match of the ATP-250 category tournament in Geneva (Switzerland), beating the American tennis player Jeffrey-John Wolfe (49th racket of the world). The score of two parties is 6:3, 7:5.

The match lasted 1 hour and 20 minutes. Two breaks were enough for Ruud to win. In the first set, the Norwegian won the first game on the opponent’s serve, and in the second set he made a break when the score was 5:5.

Ruud and Wolfe completed the same number of aces (six each) and made the same number of double faults (two each). In the quarterfinals of the tournament, Kasper will play with the Chilean tennis player Nicholas Jarry (54th racket of the world).

Recall that Ruud is a finalist of last year’s Roland Garros draw. Then the Norwegian lost to Rafael Nadal in three games.

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