Milo and Dodig qualified for the ATP 250 Quarterfinals in Adelaide, Australia

The second ATP 250 Championships began in Adelaide, Australia, with Marcelo Melo and Croatian Ivan Dodig winning. He defeated the No. 2 seed, Filipino Treat Huey and Denmark’s Fredrik Nielsen, this Wednesday, for the round of 16.

Milo and Dodig advanced to the quarter-finals by scoring two sets to 1, partial 6/3, 1/6 and 10-4, in 1 hour and 4 minutes. The next two competitors will be Mexican Santiago Gonzalez and Argentine Andres Molteni (header 7), Wednesday evening, around 23:00 (Brazilian time).

“Today we started the first set very well. Then we ended up losing control of the match a little bit at the start of the second, where they broke in the first serve match. In the tiebreak I think we played a lot better. The start. We were able to take the lead there,” he explained Marcelo.

“The conditions were different from last week’s final, when we played practically indoors. We went back to playing outside, with other conditions, but it was good. Another match. Now is the time to go to the next.”

Both ATP 250s, which open the circuit, are considered preparations for the Australian Open. The first major tournament of the year will be held from 17-30 of this month in Melbourne.

With runner-up at the ATP 250 Championships in Adelaide last week, Milo moved up five places in the world rankings of singles doubles released on Monday.
by the Association of Professional Tennis Players (ATP). The miner now appears in 24th position with 2870 points. Dodig is twelfth with 5,235 points.

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