Belarusian Ilya Ivaskha did not tremble to win his first title on the world circuit this Saturday. He crushed Mikael Ymer in two expeditious innings (6-0, 6-2), in the final of the ATP 250 tournament in Winston-Salem.
The Belarusian Ilya Ivashka, 63rd in the world, won the ATP 250 tournament in Winston-Salem (United States) on Saturday, the first title of his career at 27.
Ivashka dispatched the Swede in 56 minutes, 6-0, 6-2, becoming the eighth first-time winner on Tour this season. He’s also the first Belarusian to win since Max Mirnyi in 2003.
He had not come to sort the lentils. But rather to curry his opponent. Ilya Ivashka extinguished Mikael Ymer in straight sets (6-0, 6-2) this Saturday in the final of the ATP 250 tournament in Winston-Salem. The 27-year-old Belarusian has never been worried about the Swede, totally off the mark, and dispatched the game in just 56 minutes into the game.
Ilya Ivashka, 63rd player in the world, won his very first title on the ATP circuit. A good dose of confidence before starting the US Open on Tuesday against the American Tennys Sandgren (91st). The same day, Mikael Ymer, 90th in the world, will face another American, Jenson Brooksby (99th).
Both players participate in the US Open 2021 which begins Monday in New York.