Published: Sat, February 22, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Nick Kyrgios withdraws, Bernard Tomic bundled out of Delray Beach Open

Nick Kyrgios withdraws, Bernard Tomic bundled out of Delray Beach Open

Knocked out by Jason Jung in the quarterfinal of the New York Open, Reilly Opelka survived a scare against Latvian qualifier Ernests Gulbis in the first round of the Delray Beach Open on Tuesday. Saving all nine break points in the match, Harrison converted three of five to win the contest 6-3, 6-2 in an hour and 26 minutes.

Tomic went down 6-2 3-6 6-2, continuing a hard start to the season for the former world number 17.

Despite a strong start from the Briton, Nakashima fed on a local vocal crowd to take the first set before winning the second comfortably for a 7-5 and 6-2 victory.

It's interesting to notice that this was the first time that Nick was a top seed in an ATP event. The Australian sensation was definitely one of the most interesting players to be part of the line-up, but he couldn't make it.

Martin led 6-5, 40-Zero on Garin's serve in the final set, however Garin saved these three match factors and yet another earlier than profitable the sport.

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Fighting back from a set down, South Korea's up-and-coming star Soonwoo Kwon defeated seventh seed Frenchman Adrian Mannarino 1-6, 6-3, 6-2 to seal a berth in the Round of 16 in the Delray Beach Open. Garin jumped forward 6-2 in the tiebreaker to arrange 4 match factors, and he lastly put away the match on the final of these 4.

Nishioka, a 24-year-old who's ranked 63rd in the world, received the match in just below two hours. Argentina's Federico Coria and Federico Delbonis, Spain's Pedro Martinez and Brazil's Thiago Seyboth Wild additionally moved into the second spherical.

Paire had a 13-Four edge in aces.

However, No 2 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas did not join the string of upsets, beating Mikael Ymer 6-1 6-3.

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