Knees turn: out for “crummies”

Knees turn: out for "crummies"

This is disturbing. Kevin Kreitz cannot make his debut with his born doubles partner Andreas Miz at the Australian Open next week in Melbourne. Cologne (30) is still suffering from a stubborn injury to his right knee and also has a bone in his hand. Attendance at the current ATP Cup and the first Grand Slam tournament of the year are therefore excluded. Currently the desperate cheerful nature is expected to tear home after the ATP Cup.

His doubles partner Kevin Kravits will play alongside Yannick Hanman in Australian Open number 853 in the current doubles world rankings. Hanfman has played primarily on the ITF Future Tour and ATP Challenger Tour so far. So far, he has won five singles and two doubles titles on the Future Tour. Hanfman achieved his first success at the ATP World Tour when he qualified for the quarter-finals at the BMW Open 2017. After reaching round 16 in Munich – again by qualifying and placing some of the better players in the world rankings with a win – he made his qualifying debut in Gstaad again through his third ATP World Tournament, finishing with two The sets were beat by Fabio Fognini. Following his win at the Bronschieve in July 2018, he made it to the top 100 in the individual world rankings for the first time with 99th place. Kritz and Hanfman have known each other for a long time and are friends.

Win against canada

The German team laid the foundation for a 2–1 win against Canada in the ATP Cup on Wednesday night, with two individual wins by Alexander Zverev and Jay-Lenard Struff. “Crummies” became “Kropf” overnight – as Jane Lennard Stroff jumped into the breech for Roca Maze and in favor of a two-time French Open winner from Witzmansburg.

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The newly formed pair did not look bad, but eventually lost against Canadians Steven Diaz and Peter Polanski after three hard-set sets in a tiebreak. After about two hours the Germans saw 6: 7 (4: 7), 7: 6 (8: 6) and 3:10. In the decisive match tie-break, Canadian Struff and Krivitz shot the balls just around the ears. With 10: 3 he served the French Open winner and the German “Double Emergency Nail”.

Already on the night, team boss Misha Zverev’s team is set to advance to the semi-finals against Serbia alongside world number one Novak Djokovic.

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