Kasper Ruud explains surprise loss to world No. 56 in Seoul quarter-finals
The second racket of the world, the Norwegian tennis player Kasper Ruud, who suffered an unexpected defeat in the quarterfinal match of the hard tournament in Seoul (Republic of Korea), in which his opponent was the representative of Japan Yoshihito Nishioka, who occupies 56th place in the ATP ranking, explained his failure. Ruud lost to Nishioka 2:6, 6:3, 2:6.
“Unfortunate result, but it happens sometimes. I tried to improve something, to go deeper into the court, but this led to too many mistakes.
Yes, everything did not go well, but still I tend to think that this will allow me to add in the future, ”quotes the words of the Norwegian France 24.