A missed opportunity

The game was in the hands of those who took their chances better. It seems a cliché, but it's the best fit to the defeat in the early hours of yesterday suffered bahiense Guido Pella in the opening round of Australia Open.

 The Israeli Amir Weintraub (from 196 ° and classification), with a powerful serve (12 aces) and a remarkable effectiveness in breaking realize the potential that generated (capitalized 5 out of 6), won with 7-6 (7-2 in the tie break), 7-5, 6-2 after one hour and 57 minutes of play on court No. 15 at Melbourne Park.

"I'm sad to Australia. One was prepared hard for this tournament and losing in this way is not what I expected, but much remains ahead and we must continue to train the same way," said Local lefty.
  "The party can rescue little. Had chances, not the party took advantage and I was slowly slipping away," he said.
"I expected another tennis for me because I thought I would be able to maintain the level that I showed at the end of last year. Hurts to lose this way because you do not know if you should come back next year," he lamented.

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