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    Another match, another tie-break. Hurkacz in the third round

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    Hubert Hurkacz has advanced to Round 3 of the Monte Carlo tournament after a thrilling three-set battle against Jack Draper. The Polish tennis player secured a 6:3, 6:7, 7:5 victory over the British man.

    Hubert Hurkacz’s journey to victory in the singles tournament of the Monte Carlo Masters began with an exciting match against Laslo Djere. Both players kept the game close, with all three sets being decided with 7:5 tie-breaks. Ultimately, Hurkacz was able to edge out Djere.

    Polish tennis player Hubert Hurkacz confidently outplayed rival Draper in their clash, winning every ball during the game. Despite dropping a game on his serve at 5:1, Hurkacz maintained a high level of confidence throughout the set and ultimately closed it with a 6:3 victory.

    John Draper made a statement on the court in the second set of his match against Hubert Hurkacz. After falling behind 3-0, Hurkacz fought back to tie the set and force a tiebreak. Despite Hurkacz’s fair-play gesture taking him to a 4-2 lead, Hurkacz couldn’t overcome the deficit and Draper ultimately won the set, tying the match.

    At the start of the deciding set, it seemed one misplayed serve could decide who would come out triumphant. That moment arrived at 3:2 when Hurkacz took Draper’s serve. On the flip side, Draper reciprocated at 4:3, winning Hurkacz’s serve. The crucial break came in the very next game at 6:5 when Hurkacz won Draper’s service game, securing the match for himself.

    “HUBERT HURKACZ IN R3! He beats Jack Draper 6:3, 6:7(3), 7:5. On Thursday he will play against Diego Schwartzman or Jannik Sinner,” Tennis News wrote on Twitter.

    Hubert Hurkacz – Jack Draper 2-1 (6-3, 6-7, 7-5)

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