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Daniil Medvedev defeats Gilles Simon


Libema Open 2022 LIVE: After bowing out from the fourth round at the French Open, World No.2 Daniil Medvedev began his grass court season in style as he defeated Gilles Simon 7-5, 6-4 in the second round of Libema Open on Thursday. With the victory, the World No.2 has qualified for the quarterfinals. Follow Libema Open on InsideSport.IN 

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Libema Open 2022 LIVE: Daniil Medvedev defeats Gilles Simon in straight sets in second round of Libema Open

Medvedev, who returned to the Geneva Open this year after undergoing a hernia surgery wasn’t at his best of forms in the French Open as he faced a shocking fourth round exit. With a ban on the Russian players in Wimbledon, he will miss out the Grand Slam event this year. However he began the Grass court season on a positive note by defeating Simon.

Medvedev started the proceedings slowly as he trailed the first set 3-5. Simon was looking in a fine touch and was showing signs of extending his unbeaten record over the World No.2. However, Medvedev made a good comeback as he broke Simon and then held on to his serve to level the score 5-5. He continued to break Simon for one more time and won the first set 7-5.

In the second set, Medvedev got an early break over Simon to lead 2-1. It was enpugh for the Russian to win the set 6-4 and advance to the quarterfinals.

Libema Open 2022 LIVE: Daniil Medvedev defeats Gilles Simon in straight sets in second round of Libema Open

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