Metz Peter Gojowczyk is still on the wave of success. At Metz, the 32-year-old reached the semi-finals of the ATP Tour for the second time this year.
Tennis pro Peter Gojowczyk has reached the semi-finals of the ATP Championships in Metz for the second time this year. The US Open’s 32-year-old, who was in the quarter-finals in Montpellier in the spring, beat American Marcus Giron 3:6, 6:1, 6:3 on Friday. He will now meet Poland’s top seed Hubert Hurkacz or three-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray of Great Britain.
“It’s tough against an opponent you don’t really know yet,” Gojowczyk said. “Physically, I feel very good and would love to play here at Metz.”
In 2017, Gojowczyk celebrated his only Tour Championship win on the Moselle River, losing only two wins to repeat that success. The former Davis Cup player is currently playing at a solid level, had his best result to date at the Grand Slam in New York and can build on his performance in France. With his victories in the Metz, he will once again make Gojowczyk among the top 100 in the world.