The fight of Kamil Majchrzak in five sets in the first round of Roland Garros

Kamil Majchrzak has so far reached the second round of the Roland Garros tournament at most. In the first round of this year’s event, the Pole faced American tennis player Brandon Nakashima, who was knocked out twice in the French courts in previous editions in the first round of qualifying.

Majchrzak failed Monday before the defeat of this rival during the qualification for the ATP tournament in Rome.

The meeting in Paris was opened in his favor by Nakashima, but Majchrzak quickly equalized the result. The whole start of the match was even.

The first gem was finally won by a Pole! Later, the game was interrupted due to heavy rainfall, giving the Pole a 1-0 lead.

After a long break of over an hour, the players finally returned to the field. The game was reopened in favor of Majchrzak, but the game still seemed even. In the end, however, Majchrzak succumbed and the gem belonged to the American rival.

In the next match, Majchrzak definitely had to recognize Nakashima’s superiority. After hitting the net, the Pole lost the lead. Likewise, the next gem turned out to be happier for the opponent.

Piotrkowianin finally managed to show his claw again and ended the match in his favor. Another in which he dealt with his opponent very quickly. The defending American had no intention of taking control and soon went into the fourth game on his behalf. Majchrzak reacted in the next one and the situation leveled up again. Nakashima has again not forgiven our compatriot and the situation was better in his favor again. Shortly afterwards, the 20-year-old won the first set (6:4).

The second set started well for Majchrzak. After changing the balls, the Pool saved another game in his favor. Also in the second he proved to be better than his rival.

Majchrzak clearly took charge of the meeting. The third time, he dictated the terms and won the match. However, he had no intention of stopping there, again claiming to win the match for himself.

Nakashima finally woke up. The fifth gem ended up with a service ace and assigned it to its own account. Majchrzak answered quickly and again proved to be better in the game.

Nakashima defended his situation. In the end, he regained control of the game and didn’t let the Pole win it. Still, he finally got his way and won the second set (2:6).

In the third set, Majchrzak didn’t take his chance and didn’t open it victoriously, losing the first game. However, the Pole made up for it moments later and equalized the result at 1:1.

The American responded quickly to our compatriot. This time he took the lead in the match. The Pole did not remain in debt and leveled the score again. Nakashima, in turn, broke his rival again and quickly regained the lead. Majchrzak, continuing a tie, led to a draw at 3:3.

The Pole didn’t give up on a younger tennis player. For the first time in the third set, the scoreboard showed a result in his favor. Although it was not without stress, the Pole kept his blood in the winter, and a little later the information about winning another match appeared next to his name. He finished it off with a service bait.

Our tennis player didn’t do so well in the next match, which was taken by the younger American. Majchrzak made up for it a few minutes later, leading to the victory in the third set (4:6).

Nakashima opened the fourth set better. In the second game, Majchrzak seemed to take matters into his own hands, but he too failed to face his rival.

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The fourth set is clearly not with the Polish player. He lost three games in a row. However, he eventually regained control and eventually won the fourth gem. He continued his winning streak and eventually led to a 3-2 score in favor of his rival. Finally, after the ball swap, our rep balanced the situation and won another game.

A few minutes later, Nakashima remembered again and again drew the better result for the American. The Pole managed to equalize, but the 20-year-old won another gem. Majchrzak continued to trade game winnings leading to another draw. Moments later, the rival regained the advantage. The Pole again played against the rival and reappeared on the board 6:6 tie.

In the end, Nakashima was better in the tie-break and brought the sets to 2-2.

The deciding game started well for the American, who broke our player’s pass in the first game. The situation repeated itself in the fifth game and the situation of Majchrzak, who lost 1:4, got very bad. In the eighth game, the Pole fought to stay in the game, defending three match balls, but eventually succumbed to his rival.

He is our first tennis player to say goodbye to the tournament at Roland Garros this year. Previously, Magda Linette and Iga Świątek won their matches.

Brandon Nakashima (USA) bt Kamil Majchrzak (Poland) 6:4, 2:6, 4:6, 7:6 (7-3), 6:2

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