Holger Ron walked past Francois Sirondolo He qualified for the quarter-finals of Roland Garros 2023. The match lasted just one minute in less than 4 hours. The match, which lasted three hours and 59 minutes, ended 7-6 (3), 3-6, 6-4, 1-6, 7-6 (10-7).
The game had a controversial moment when Ron kicked the ball after it had bounced twice. The referee’s error ended with Ron’s statement. The referee failed to spot the double rebound and penalized Sirondolo to stop play.
The match was action packed with both players giving their all. Holger Rohn has overcome physical problems to continue his impressive clay-court run this season. “Moments like this stay with you forever, it doesn’t matter if you win or lose, you just have to have fun and try to give your best, so I enjoyed every moment,” Ron talked about the game.
It seems that the world of tennis is very happy to experience such an exciting game. Tennis on Twitter congratulates Ron and also praises Cerundolo for his efforts. Ron showed his resilience as he did his best to win the match.
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Here are some fan reactions to the epic match between Holger Rohn and Francisco Serondolo:
Part of the fans are still angry about the double rebound incident. They blame the referee for the mistake and also accuse Ron of cheating. Ron is ready to fight Casper Road In the quarter-finals, which will be a rematch of the 2022 Roland Garros quarter-finals. Rudd won then, but fans point out how much Ron has improved. They believe that Ron has become a player who can not only pass the quarter-finals, but also win the tournament.
There is no doubt that Holger Rohn has captivated the tennis world with his outstanding performances and impressive progression. The young Danish player has always displayed an impressive level of skill and determination, leaving fans and pundits in awe. Ron’s uncompromising work ethic and commitment to perfecting his game was evident in every game he played.
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