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Darcis in the quarter-finals against Tunesiër Malek Jaziri in Pune - Djokovic recovers from setverlies and wins in Qatar - Goffin in Doha to semi-finals doubles
Tennis Steve Darcis takes the morning to a place in the semi-finals of the ATP tournament in Indian Pune (527.880 dollar) against the Tunisian fourth seed Malek Jaziri (ATP-45). Who switched home player Ramkunar Ramanathan (ATP 132) in 2 hours and 46 minutes, with 6-7 (6/8), 7-6 (7/5) 6-3.

Earlier in the day placed Darcis by the American Michael Mmoh (ATP-103) in 3 hours and 8 minutes with a 4-6, 7-6 (7/4) 6-2 defeat. Against Jaziri played Darcis three times previously, always on hard courts. The Also lost in 2011, the first match in the semi-finals of the challengertoernooi of Geneva, but was now two times in retaliation. In 2012 he switched to the 34-year-old Tunesiër out in the first round of the US Open in 2015, in the first round of the Masters 1,000 in Miami. “Jaziri is a good player. He has experience was, and it is not for nothing that the number 45 of the world. He can do anything with a ball. I expect a tough game. The most important is that I recover”, commented Darcis forward.

“in any case, I am already very satisfied with this seizoensbegin. It is pleasing to after such a long period of inactivity in order to play again. Never before had so long injured. I still get not my best level, but I am physically back in working order and have two good matches behind the back. What now follows is a bonus.”

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