Thomas Macac, Czech, number 132 in the ATP, met the forecasts by winning the Australian Open in the sixty-fourth final in two hours and fifty-nine minutes by 6-3, 2-6, 6-4 and 6-2 to the Argentine Juan Manuel Cerundolo, number 80 of the ATP. With this result, we can continue to see the winner of the match in the next phase of the Australian Open, the 32nd final.
The statistics reflect that the Czech tennis player managed to break his rival’s serve 7 times, achieved 58% effectiveness in the first service, committed 2 double faults and won 62% of the points on serve. Regarding the Argentine, he managed to break his opponent’s serve 4 times, his effectiveness was 57%, he made 4 double faults and achieved 53% of the points on serve.
The Czech player will play in the 32nd round of the championship against the American tennis player Maxime Cressy, number 70.
The tournament takes place in Melbourne from January 9 to 30 on outdoor hard court. A total of 236 players participate in this competition. Of all the applicants, a total of 128 reach the final phase between those who qualify directly, those who have won in the previous phase of the tournament and those who are invited.