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27 aces helped John Isner beat Bernard Tomic in New York

The ninth racket of the world, American John Isner, beat Australian Bernard Tomic, occupying the 87th line of the ATP rating, with a score of 7/6 (7), 6/4 in the second round of the tournament in New York.

The match lasted 1 hour and 14 minutes. During this time, the 33-year-old Isner performed 27 aces, never made a mistake in filing and realized one break point, and the 26-year-old Tomic gave 13 times through, made one double mistake and did not make a single break. Now the score in personal meetings was 3-0 in favor of the American.

In the quarterfinals of the New York Open, Isner competes with another Australian, Jordan Thompson, who defeated American Christopher Eubanks with a 4/6, 6/1, 6/4 score.

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