The Singapore Open tennis tournament dedicates Buperen to his first professional title



Posted on: Sunday 28 February 2021 – 3:48 PM | Last update: Sunday 28 February 2021 – 3:48 PM

After trailing with a group, Australian Alexei Buperin won 4-6 6-0 6-2 against Kazakh player Alexander Public in the final of the Singapore Open tennis tournament, today, Sunday, to win his first title during his career with the game..

Buperen executed 11 non-reflex service serve and broke his fourth-seeded opponent five times, inflicting a fourth defeat on him in a final match and denying him the crowning of his first title as well.

“We made a great effort during the preparations for the season and these efforts paid off, and behind the scenes my family also played a big role and made many sacrifices and winning a title in the end shows the size of what the family offered and I definitely dedicate the title to them,” said Boberen in an interview on the field after the victory.

The start of the 21-year-old was slow and lost the first set, but then quickly rose up and broke Public three times in the second set, winning 6-0.

In the third group, the former French Open champion continued his victory and advanced (4-2), before deciding the victory after his opponent committed a double mistake.

With this, Boberin became the second player to win his first tennis title this year, after Britain’s Dan Evans won the Murray River Open.


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