Comment by Dmitriev: Khachanov played great tennis with Djokovic 05:50

Expert and commentator Anna Dmitrieva has commented on the departure of Russian tennis player Karen Khachanov from the French Open (Roland Garros) after losing in the quarterfinals to former world number one Serbian Novak Djokovic. “Match TV”.

“Karen played the first two sets at a very high level, very strong, and she doesn’t always do that. Khachanov played variously and unexpectedly subtle for himself. I think she showed great tennis, for which she deserves the highest positions, ”said Dmitrieva.

The quarterfinal match lasted 3 hours 39 minutes and ended in Djokovic’s favor in four sets. Khachanov won the first game by a score of 6:4, in the second he put the matter in a tie-break, where he lost by a score of 0:7 and lost two more games. Final score of the match 4:6, 7:6 (7:0), 6:2, 6:4 in favor of Djokovic.

In the semi-finals of the French Open, the Serbian tennis player will face Spanish Carlos Alcaras.

Before Khachanov commented His performance at the French Open (Roland Garros).

Source: Gazeta


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