Delbonis stretched his losing streak at the premiere in Paris-Bercy


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Delbonis stretched his losing streak at the premiere in Paris-Bercy

Bad closing of his best year. Federico Delbonis, No. 43 in the world and No. 2 in Argentina, had his most regular season by standing out on his ally clay, but now he fell to the British Cameron Norrie (13th) 6-2 and 6-1 in the opening of the Masters 1000 in Paris and thus added nine consecutive defeats in the first round.

More than one may say that ending such a negative series is very bad, with 10 falls in a row, but 2021 gave the hero of Argentina joy to conquer the mythical Davis Cup in 2016, when he visited Croatia in the final. He had landed 23-23 in Paris this year and his fall to the hard, indoor Bercy surface left him with 24 stumbles for the year.

Delbonis, 31, was clearly outmatched in the left-handed duel by the rising Norrie, who has just achieved his second title and the most important of his career, in the previous Masters 1000, in Indian Wells, also on hard court but at the same time. fresh air.

The last time Azul’s southpaw beat the first wheel was at the Gstaad ATP 250, on his favorite brick dust, when he defeated Swiss Leandro Riedi by doboe 6-3. He was then eliminated at Kitzbuhel, Cincinnati, Winston-Salem, US Open, San Diego, Indian Wells, Antwerp and St. Petersburg.

Thus, the only clash between Delbonis and Norrie was in power, and to a large extent, for the European. Confidently and aggressively, loose and mixing timely attacks, he gave the Argentine another headache.

Delbonis thus closed a special 2021, with a lot of good news, although this final section was really bad, almost completely on hard courts.


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