Davis Mug: Germany beats France

Jan-Lennard Stuff had actually provided the German Davis Cup team in the lead at the beginning of the team stage against France. Born in Caretaker, the Frenchman Benjamin Ponzi beat 6: 4, 2: 6, 7: 5 after protection versus 2 suit balls in Hamburg. The presently only in 132nd location in the globe positions made Stuff on Wednesday in the tennis stadium on the Rosenbaum for the German 1-0 lead.

In the crucial doubles, Kevin Gleiwitz and Tim Putz won against the two Frenchmen Nicolas Mahout as well as Arthur Rinderknech in an exciting suit with 6: 2, 3: 6, 7: 6 (7: 1). The two tennis professionals made it 2-1 on Wednesday in Hamburg. The Germans had previously not won the Davis Cup against France because 1938.

Benjamin
It was an insane suit with great deals of lows and highs. For me, it is the best to win for Germany as well as obtain the 1-0 lead right here, stated the 32-year-old after the 2:14 hrs long.

Stuff shows fighting spirit in the 3rd set

With solid volley and also good setting game, the native Saarland won the initial set against Ponzi. He after that missed out on all this toughness as well as just came back into the video game in the third set under the eyes of the hurt Olympic champion Alexander Zverev. There he completed number 53 on the planet with great battling spirit and also won the overall success.

OTTO in 80 mins without an order

In the crucial doubles, Kevin Gleiwitz as well as Tim Putz won against the 2 Frenchmen Nicolas Mahout and Arthur Rinderknech in an exciting match with 6: 2, 3: 6, 7: 6 (7: 1). Born in Caretaker, the Frenchman Benjamin Ponzi beat 6: 4, 2: 6, 7: 5 after protection versus 2 match rounds in Hamburg. The Fragrance citizen lost 4: 6, 3: 6 versus Adrian Mandarin and never found his video game on the Rosenbaum.

The world ranking 52. Oscar Otto then satisfied Adrian Mandarin and also needed to accept the 1-1 equalization in the 2nd vocal singing on the five ranks. The Cologne local shed 4: 6, 3: 6 against Adrian Mandarin as well as never found his game on the Rosenbaum.

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