Jannik Sinner won against Frenchman Corentin Moutet after leaving the first set to his opponent (2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-1). After beating Pavel Kotov, South Tyrol returned to the field at Roland Garros. Thrilling match where the Frenchman won the first set, while the Italian won the second and third and easily closed out the fourth. Sinner quickly found himself trailing 5-0, unable to react to his opponent's unpredictable play. Already at the start of the second set, Sinner began to take countermeasures and take the initiative, while all his shots improved. After winning the second match, the Blues left less and less space for Moutet, taking the next two. He will now challenge Dimitrov. “It was difficult to face Moutet, he is a great player who has a lot of variations on the pitch. He played very well in the first set. He is left-handed and it is always difficult to play against him,” explained Sinner. “The public is for him? From the outside, I give the feeling of not suffering from the support of the rival, but I must say that the audience was fair and impartial And then it would have been strange if they had encouraged me. I am proud to have played a special evening on such an important ground, the audience is extraordinary here,” he concluded. , greeted with loud applause. During the night, Lorenzo Musetti almost achieved the feat by losing in the fifth set against Novak Djokovic after more than four hours of play. During the day, Matteo Arnaldi and Elisabetta Cocciaretto abandoned the tournament.

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