the slovak Filip Polasek, ATP number 9 and Australian tennis player John Peers, number 12 in the ATP fulfilled the forecasts by winning the Australian Open thirty-second round in one hour and forty-six minutes per 6-3 and 7-5 to australian players John-Patrick Smith Y Luke Saville, number 68 of the ATP and number 23 of the ATP respectively. After this result, we will be able to continue seeing the winners of this match during the round of 32 of the Australian Open.
The losing couple managed to break their opponents 3 times, while the winners did it 5 times. Likewise, Polasek and Peers achieved 67% effectiveness in the first serve, committed 5 double faults and won 61% of the points on serve, while their opponents had 76% first serve and a double fault, achieving win 50% of the points on serve.
Polasek and Peers will face the Australians in the round of 32 Rinky Hijikata Y Tristan Schoolkate tomorrow Friday from 1:00 Spanish time.
The tournament takes place in Melbourne from January 16 to 30 on outdoor hard court. During this competition a total of 64 couples face each other.