The fourth racket of the world, Austrian tennis player Dominic Thiem, at the start of Wimbledon could not beat American Sam Querrey, who occupies 65th place in the world ranking – 7/6 (4), 6/7 (1), 3/6, 0/6.
For 2 hours and 28 minutes of the match, Dominic made 15 aces and made a three-fold mistake when serving. Whereas Sam filed through 21 times and realized four break points, making four double faults. Through personal meetings of opponents was 3-2 in favor of the Austrian.
In the second round of the “Slam”, Sam will play with either Russian Andrei Rublev, or Chilean Christian Garin.
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