Sinner knocked out on his debut in Eastbourne. For him the curse of the grass continues

Out in three sets Jannik Sinner in Estbourne, returning to the field after Roland Garros. The Italian tennis player yields to the debut in the competition to the American Tommy Paul, with a score of 6-3, 3- 6, 6 -3.
A return after the physical problems accused in the left knee, and the absence from the field is felt, as well as the impact with the grass: in recent weeks Sinner has worked on physical recovery by training with Darren Cahill, former coach of Hewitt and Agassi. First set that ends with Sinner losing 6 – 3 with a break in the eighth game. Better in the second set thanks also to a good serve, with a break at 3 to 1 which then leads to the final 4 – 1 and 6 – 3.
In the third set Sinner does not take advantage of three break points in the interminable exchange of the first game, then he gives in to Paul who goes on 5 to 3, winning. Now Sinner, who therefore collected yesterday the fourth defeat on the grass out of four games on the main draw, he will have to fly to London to begin preparations for Wimbledon.

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