Twice French Open finalist Dominic Thiem crashes out at first hurdle in Paris | Tennis News

Theme 42 made compelling mistakes, as their once-dominant Claycourt game dropped them.

Two-time French Open finalist Dominic Thiem lost in straight sets to Bolivia’s world No. 87 Hugo Dellien in the first round on Sunday.

The Austrian theme of failing to win a match in any of the tournaments he played after returning to a wrist injury in March made 42 unnecessary mistakes as his once-dominant Claycourt game left him.

After struggling through the qualifiers to reach the main draw in all five pre-Paris Claycourt tournaments, DeLeon did not have to wait long for his chance.

He scored his first break point in the opening service of the theme and broke his second for a run through the first set.

With a wrist injury and a surgical theme in Mallorca in 2021, Dellin’s two quick breaks rounded it out, fighting for stability throughout.

He surrendered 6-3 6-2 6-4 in just two hours.

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