US Open - Day 3: Will the Germans continue to cause a sensation?  Petkovic & Co. want to go to the third round

On the third day of the US Open in New York, there is once again a lot of excitement from a German point of view! Andrea Petkovic failed in the second round in front of Garbine Muguruza, Filip Kohlschreiber and Peter Gogovich opened the day, in the evening Dominic Kupfer challenges star Daniil Medvedev. Angelique Kerber will play her next match in the evening session.

After the rain stopped, the German men finally started to play: Philip Kohlschreiber (Augsburg) against Andugar Alba and Peter Gojowczyk (Munich) against Lagovic.

Gojowczyk lost the first set, but hit back and netted the second set with 6:4.

On the other hand, “Kohli” scored a disturbing loss to the set despite the chances of a break, currently 2:2 in the second set. Click here for a live tape.

The highlight from a German point of view in this afternoon session is likely to be on Arthur Ashe: Dominic Kupfer will now meet second-placed Daniil Medvedev. Koepfer started well, but immediately received an annoying break. Click here for a live tape.

US Open: Petkovic Us vs Muguruza the mighty

He fought bravely, but ultimately without a chance: Andrea Petkovic missed entering the third round at the US Open. The 33-year-old from Darmstadt was defeated by 10th Garbine Muguruza of Spain 4: 6, 2: 6. This means that Angelique Kerber is the only one represented as a German participant in the women’s competition.

Petkovic, whose best result was a quarter-finalist in 2011 in New York, was able to build on her convincing performances in the previous weeks at Louis Armstrong Stadium and did not do so with two-time Grand Slam winner Muguruza, whom she knows well from many tournaments. Easy joint training.

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However, she had to run after trailing 3-0 in both sets. While Petkovic was almost able to equalize in the first round, Muguruza turned up the pace in the second set and didn’t allow the still-fighting German to get close.

Most recently, the world number nine, who also works as a TV journalist, won the championship again after six years in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

US Open: Osaka without a fight in the third round

Naomi Osaka (23) reached the third round of the US Open without a fight. The defending champion from Japan has benefited from a short-term withdrawal of her opponent Olga Danilovic (Serbia) for medical reasons and will now meet Kaia Kanepi of Estonia or Leila Fernandez of Canada.

US Open, Day Three: Today’s Top Matches

Player 1 Player 2 calendar
Angelique Kerber (GER/16) Anhelina Kalinina (UK) Thursday, California. 3:30 pm
Andrea Petkovic (Germany) Garbin Muguruza (ESP/9) 4: 6, 2: 6
Dominic Kupfer (Germany) Daniil Medvedev (RUS/2) About 8 pm in LIVETICKER
Philip Kohlschreiber (Germany) Pablo Andujar (Spain) 5 PM at LIVETICKER
Peter Gojowczyk (Germany) Dusan Lajovic (SRB) 17
Naomi Osaka (JPN/3) Olga Danilovich (SRB)
Cory Goff (USA / 21) Sloane Stephens (USA)
Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE/3) Adrien Mannarino (France)
Andrey Rublev (RUS/5) Pedro Martinez (Spain)
Arina Sabalenka (BLR/2) Tamara Zidansek (SLO)
Elina Svitolina (UK/5) Rebecca Massarova (Spain)
Barbora Krejsikova (CZE/8) Christina McHale (USA)
CBR Rod (NOR/8) Van de Zandschulp Boutique (NED)


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