Germany Relies On Siegemund And Altmaier In Paris French Open

The French Open has always brought together the best in Tennis and more fans betting their way on who’s who in the tournament. And as betting fans are carefully analyzing their bets, the game is getting hotter in every round. This year’s French tournament has seen Laura Siegemund and Daniel Altmaier joining the tournament in its second week.

Daniel Altmaier and Laura Siegemund continued their impressive triumphs at the French Open.

The 22-year-old qualifier Altmaier won his third-round match in Paris against the number seven seeded Italian Matteo Berrettini 6: 2, 7: 6 (7: 5), 6: 4 and is completely on his Grand Slam debut surprising in the second round. Siegemund beat Croatia’s number 13, Petra Martic, 6: 7 (5: 7), 6: 3, 6: 0, and thus survived the third round of a single Grand Slam tournament for the first time in her career.

The doubles Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies rounded off the great tennis day from a German perspective. The two defending champions fought the French duo Benjamin Bonzi and Antoine Hoang 6: 4, 1: 6, 7: 6 (7: 5) and fought off three match points in the third set.

Altmaier converted his first match point after 2:15 hours and thus followed Alexander Zverev into the second round. The German number one will meet the Italian Jannik Sinner there on Sunday. The game takes place as the second match after 11.00 a.m. on Court Suzanne Lenglen.

Round of 16

Daniel Altmaier and Laura Siegemund were the only Germans in the tournament as seen at the start of the second week. The two are aiming for the quarter-finals in Paris. Following the hotly discussed leaving of Alexander Zverev, the German tennis leaves their high hopes on the two debutants in the round of 16.

For the women category, Laura Siegemund will play against Spanish Paula Badosa. This game would be her first Grand Slam round of 16 of her career. In the men’s race, qualifier Daniel Altmaier will play against Spanish Pablo Carreno Busta. This is Altmaier’s premiere at Grand Slam level.

Altmaier wants to continue writing his Parisian tennis fairy tale. The 22-year-old from Kempen is in the main field at the Stade Roland Garros without losing a set and is bursting with self-confidence. Altmaier is not afraid that he is facing one of the most unpleasant and flawless opponents in Carreno Busta.

The North Rhine-Westphalia has played a lot since the restart after the Corona break and is now benefiting from it in terms of fitness and experience in dealing with the special Corona situation. That gives her the strength and the self-confidence she needed. She has already earned more prize money in Paris than in his entire career. Tennis legend Boris Becker trusts him to have another surprise.

That should also apply to Siegemund on Monday. The Swabian wants to use the many favorites falls this year and stay in the tournament. However, the 32-year-old has been struggling with very stubborn back problems for days. She also wants to bite her teeth against Badosa, whom she knows well from various training sessions.

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