Score, report, and key facts
The set was even with both players refusing to concede anything to the opposition. Eventually, the only discrepancy was one break that Vasek conquered in the 10th game (6-4).
The set was even with both players refusing to concede anything to the opposition. Eventually, the only discrepancy was one break that Pospisil conquered in the 8th game (5-3) before winning the set (6-3).
At the end of the match, Vasek scored 74 points vs. Christopher’s 59 points.
The Canadian served extremely well to win 88% of the points (29/33) behind his first serve, and he won 54% points (13/24) on his second serve. The Canadian blasted 11 aces and he committed 3 double faults. Pospisil won this match even if he had a tough time in converting his break points because he converted only 20% (2/10). On the other side, the Australian wasn’t able to conquer any break point (0/3). That was one of the key issues for his loss.
After this encounter, the head to head between Pospisil and O is 1-0.
Next Match: Vasek Pospisil vs. James Duckworth – stats
Pospisil will compete against Duckworth in the final.
The last time that they squared off, Pospisil won 7-5 3-6 7-5 in the 2nd round in Bogota back in 2013.
Tennis Scores in Las Vegas Challenger
- Vasek PospisilPospisil – Christopher O ConnellO Connell (6-4 6-3) – See score progression
- James DuckworthDuckworth – Ernesto EscobedoEscobedo (6-4 7-6(5)) – See score progression
- James DuckworthDuckworth – Vasek PospisilPospisil (0-1) – See H2H details