Diego Schwartzman beats Andy Murray to reach European Open quarterfinals


Diego Schwartzman has secured his ticket for the quarterfinals at the European Open (hardcourt/508,600 euros) in Antwerp on Thursday evening. The Argentine number 14 in the world defeated Andy Murray (ATP 172) in two sets: 6-4 and 7-6 (8/6) after 2 hours and 13 minutes.


Schwartzman already made it to the final in the Scheldt city in 2016, while Murray won the tournament in 2019. The Argentinian is now waiting for the winner of the game between American Brandon Nakashima (ATP 79) and Swiss Henri Laaksonen (ATP 99).


In the other quarterfinals, the Italian first seed Jannik Sinner (ATP 13) looks the Frenchman Arthur Rinderknech (ATP 65) in the eye, the Hungarian Marton Fucsovics (ATP 39) fights the South African Lloyd Harris (ATP 32) and gives the American Jenson Brooksby (ATP 70) the Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (ATP 44) party.

It’s up to the quarter-finalists again on Friday. The semi-finals are for Saturday, the final for Sunday around 4.30 pm. Reigning title holder Ugo Humbert will not be present this edition.

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