ATP – Adelaide (2) 2023 – Results – Soonwoo Kwon lifts trophy – Sports info – Skiing

News

Tournament History 2020-Present (6th Edition in 2023. Two editions in 2022 and 2023. 2021 held in Melbourne.)

Singles Final Saturday 14th January, no later than 18:00

Auditions (4) TBD Monday January 9th

Wild Cards (3) Thanasi Kokkinakis (AUS), Jason Kubler (AUS), Alexey Popyrin (AUS)

Lucky Losers (2) Monday 9 January TBD (draw – Korda, Nishioka)

Reserved Rating (1) Kyle Edmund (PR-48)

Oldest player Albert Ramos-Vinolas (34)

Youngest Player Jack Draper (21)

Winners of the most titles in the tournament – Novak Djokovic, Thanasi Kokkinakis, Gael Monfils, Andrey Rublev, Jannik Sinner (1)

Most winners – Karen Khachanov, Thanasi Kokkinakis (9)

Youngest Champion – Jannik Sinner, 19, 2021

Oldest champion – Novak Djokovic, 35, 2023-1

Highest-ranked champion – No. 5 Novak Djokovic in 2023-1

Lowest-ranked champion – Thanasi Kokkinakis, No. 145 in 2022-2

Last Home Champion: Thanasi Kokkinakis (2022-2)

Series leaders

1 Andrey Rublev 236-133 (12 Titles) 4-1 (2020 Titles)

2 Pablo Carreno Busta (ESP) 267-209 (7 Titles) 1-1 (2020 QF)

3 Karen Khachanov 212-162 (4 Titles) 9-4 (2022-1 Final)

4 Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) 376-226 (11 Titles) 1-1 (2023-1 2R)

5 Daniel Evans (GBR) 129-134 (2021 Melbourne-2 Championship) 2-1 (2020 QF)

6 Miomir Kecmanovic (SRB) 94-89 (2020 Kitzbuhel Title) 3-2 (2021 QF)

7 Alejandro Davidovic Fokina (Spain) 64-69 (2022 Monte Carlo Final) 0-0 (Debut)

8 Tommy Paul (USA) 90-78 (2021 Stockholm Title) 7-3 (2020 SF)

The match schedule is HERE

The results are HERE

Watch LIVE HERE

Updated schedule HERE

Monday, January 9

Mikael Ymer, John Millman, Tomas Martin Etcheverry and Tomas Machac exit the qualifiers and enter the main draw.

We go into T1 with a very clear success of Jack Draper (GBR) 6/4 6/2 against Lorenzo Sonego. Mackenzie McDonald (USA) makes the surprise of the day by breaking away from fellow Brit Daniel Evans, TDS 5, 7/5 7/5.

Alejandro Davidovic Fokina had a nice shot to eliminate Brandon Nakashima 6/2 7/6.

Tuesday, January 10

Tough day for two Habs players, the national Nos. 2 and 3, who were knocked out in the first round. In Pune, eventual finalist Benjamin Bonzi lost to lucky loser Robin Haase (HOL) 3/6 7/6 (8) 7/6 (3).

Artur Rinderknech 4/6 7/5 (5) 6/4 is surprised by Swiss Marc Andrea Huesler, who has become a real customer.

Qualifiers John Millman, in front of the home crowd, and dismissed Mikael Ymer, Albert Ramos Vinolas and Emil Ruusuvuori.

Wednesday, January 11, 1/8 final

Backed by his crowd, Thanasi Kokkinakis managed the big blow of the day, eliminating a very disappointing Andrei Rublev, TDS 1, 6/4 3/6 6/3. Pablo Carreno Busta winner for Soonwoo Kwon, same exploit style for TDS 2, 3/6 6/4 6/4.

Karen Khachanov is determined to knock out Switzerland’s Mark Andrea Huesler 6/4 6/4. Roberto Bautista Agut dominates Robin Haase 6/3 3/6 6/3.

Miomir Kecmanovic fights back in three long sets to beat local Jason Kubler 5/7 7/6 6/4. Authoritarian Alejandro Davidovich Fokina pays John Millman 6/3 6/3.

Great Britain hopeful Jack Draper is not kidding with Tommy Paul, TDS 7, 6/4 6/4. We end with Mikael Ymer’s success against Mackenzie McDonald 3/6 7/6 6/3 in the qualifiers.

Thursday, January 12, 1/4 final

Thanasi Kokkinakis 🇦🇺 vs Miomir Kecmanovic 🇷🇸: 6/3 6/7 6/1

The wonderful story continues for the talented Australian, who is ranked 110th in the world.

Roberto Bautista Agut 🇪🇸 vs Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 🇪🇸: 6/3 6/2

This hopeful matchup quickly turned into an advantage for the former.

Jack Draper 🇬🇧 vs. Karen Khachanov 🇷🇺: 6/4 7/6

Last season’s discovery continues to give hope to the British.

Mikael Ymer 🇸🇪 vs. Soonwoo Kwon 🇰🇷: 1/6 2/6

The Korean crushed his opponent after a real demonstration,

Friday, January 13, 1/2 final

Thanasi Kokkinakis 🇦🇺 vs. Roberto Bautista Agut 🇪🇸: 6/7 6/3 3/6

The great adventure of the Australian ended against the experience of the Spaniards on the night of Adelaide.

Jack Draper 🇬🇧 vs. Soonwoo Kwon 🇰🇷 : 6/7 7/6 3/6

The 25-year-old Korean, ranked 84th in ATP, created a surprise and reached the final for the second time in his career. He won the Nursultan tournament in 2021.

Saturday 14 January, Final

Roberto Bautista Agut 🇪🇸 vs. Soonwoo Kwon 🇰🇷: 4/6 6/3 6/7 (4)

The Australian public enjoyed watching this final, which remained uncertain until the end. With the Korean’s second career title and many reversals, we will clearly remember this spectacular third set.

After several bad starts, Kwon knew how to turn things around each time with a few brilliant exchanges, eventually ending up in a tiebreaker against Bautista Agut, who was tipped as the favorite.

“I went to the court telling myself that I had nothing to lose. I gave my all until the last point and it paid off.” on Monday showed one to go from 84th in the world to 52nd.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *