Score, report, and key facts
Stebe had a running start at the beginning of the set after breaking Ramos in the 1st game (1-0). Notwithstanding, Albert refused to bow to find the way to come back to break Cedrik-Marcel in the 2nd (1-1) and in the 6th (4-2) game before winning the set (6-3).
Ramos got off on the right foot in the set after breaking Stebe in the 1st game (1-0) before consolidating his break and lead 4-0. Ramos managed to boost his lead after breaking Stebe in the 3rd (3-0) game before managing to win the set (6-2).
Stebe lost the 3rd game (3-0) when he was serving and leading 40-0.
A crucial moment of the match was when Ramos won 4 consecutive games in the 2nd set to change the scoreline from 0-0 to 4-0.
At the end of the match, the Spaniard scored 66 points vs. Cedrik-Marcel’s 49 points.
Albert was pretty good in converting 57% of the break points that he procured (4/7). On the other side, Cedrik-Marcel was struggling in finding the solution in converting his break points as he converted only 20% of his break points (1/5). That was one of the key issues for his demise.
After this contest, the head to head between Ramos and Stebe is 2-0 for Albert.
Albert Ramos-Vinolas in Gstaad
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