ATP Adelaide: Gael Monfils easily dominates Juan Manuel Cerondolo (6-2, 6-1) in the second round

He clearly had no time to waste, but he didn’t forget to make the show. In his first game of the year in Adelaide, 54 minutes was enough for Gail Monfils to defeat Argentina’s Juan Manuel Cerondolo, 90th in the world, in straight sets (6-1, 6-2). Exempted from the first round as the top seed, the Frenchman allowed himself an eccentricity that he had the secret to wrapping up, sending out a crossboat winning with a vaulting forehand. In the quarter-finals, he will face American Tommy Paul, the winner of his Japanese team, Taro Daniel (6-4, 6-7, 6-4).


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Moonves didn’t lie at the start of the week when he said he was feeling much better and was eager to start hostilities. Dressed in all black with his new equipment supplier Artengo (uniform and racket), the Frenchman left no chance for his opponent, a clay-court specialist, and rightly so. He made a huge impact on the serve (he got 73% at the start and 83% of the points behind), and only had one break point to save in everything and everything.

Aggressive as soon as he had the chance and quick on defence, Monfils could not have dreamed of a better start in 2022. Only the Blues are still in the running, and now they have to put their victories together to face the Australian Open (17-30 January) in the best possible conditions.

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