Dan Added, 393rd in the world and No. 2 Alsatian, can also be the primary regional participant in motion on the worldwide circuit this 12 months. Engaged in the Manacor Future event, which takes place in Rafael Nadal’s academy, on the island of Mallorca in Spain, the TC Strasbourg participant nearly simply dominated (6-1, 6-4) the Spaniard Joan Borras Isern, 1875th worldwide at 21 years previous.
Almost ? “This first game went very well… until the last game,” explains Dan Added. “I had a little bit of a margin towards my opponent and I shortly led 6-1, 5-1. But he had a burst of delight and broke me down on a recreation that was a bit gaggy. Then I had a tough time concluding as a result of it was the primary recreation of the season and I lacked a little bit of confidence. But I’m happy, as a result of I’ve managed to use what I’m engaged on in coaching. “
In the next round, the Alsatian will face another young Spaniard, Daniel Rincon. At 18, this resident of Nadal’s academy is not yet classified at the ATP, but he is promising: he won the Orange Bowl, the unofficial World Championship for 16-year-old players, in 2018 in Florida.
Dan Added can also be nonetheless in the doubles competitors alongside the Swiss Antoine Bellier and can face in the quarter-finals this Thursday the pair made up of Kenny de Schepper (Fra) and the Italian Stefano Napolitano.
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1st spherical : Dan Added (Fra / TC Strasbourg, 393 ATP) – J. Borras Isern (Esp, 1875 ATP) 6-1, 6-4.