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French Open – Qualification: End of the line for Gojowczyk and Kamke

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Gojowczyk was on the right track against the world number 182 from Spain, winning set one thanks to two breaks and 18 strong winners.

But then the game tipped over.

Vilella Martínez increased enormously on serve and gave the German no break chance in sets two and three. After an hour and 37 minutes, the Spaniard decided the game in his favor.

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Kamke, in turn, gave the Uzbek Istomin a tough fight.

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Especially in the second set it got dramatic after it went into the tie-break. Istomin just got the upper hand with 7: 5 and thus got the ticket for the main field in Roland-Garros after 1:57 hours.

Otte and Marterer prevent “zero round”

From a German point of view, only Oscar Otte and Maximilian Marterer, who had already won their third round matches on Thursday, survived the qualification and thus prevented a “clear round” of the German Tennis Federation (DTB).

Meanwhile, Yannick Maden, Matthias Bachinger, Daniel Masur, Cedrik-Marcel Stebe, Tamara Korpatsch, Anna-Lena Friedsam, Mona Barthel and Anna-Lena Friedsam have also left.

Weak balance: only eight German professionals in the main field

Thus only eight German professionals are represented in the main field.

In the men’s category, Alexander Zverev, Dominik Koepfer, Philipp Kohlschreiber, Jan-Lennard Struff and Yannick Hanfmann serve.

The German women are represented by Angelique Kerber, Andrea Petkovic and Laura Siegemund.

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