Both players now made numerous mistakes on their own serve. This is how the world number 99 was achieved. Subsequently another break, but the Swede immediately gave up his service and was not to win his own service game afterwards either. In the tiebreak, Ruud had the upper hand with 7: 5. Ymer’s resistance was broken, Ruud quickly took a 5-0 lead in the third set, gave up his service again to win with a break after 2:28 hours. “It was a very, very tough match for me as everyone could see. Mikael had a chance to win. But the better player doesn’t always win, ”said the Norwegian self-critically.