Bobby Milroy tames Gentil Pich in Men’s Singles second round of Canadian National Championships
January 31st, 2013 by Muhammad Ahmad Nazir | No Comment |
The lofty Bobby, who is the second seed in Men’s Singles main draw of the tournament, played with incredible speed and precision in this second round battle and easily finished off the winning run o Gentil in just 31 minutes.
The higher ranked Bobby was at his best in the arena as he did not drop his speed at any stage in the game and easily wrapped up a comprehensive victory in straight games with a stunning 21-8 and 21-9 score on the board.
On the other hand, the lower ranked Gentil was shocked with the punishing treatment that he received from his higher ranked challenger and eventually bowed down against him without even getting close on score board.
Bobby performed remarkably well from the opening rallies of first game as he played with incredible speed and grabbed the control.
The in-form Bobby was quite comfortable in taking the bird early and he did not encounter any problem in hitting his strokes in right areas.
Bobby advanced with a terrific speed in the first half and stayed ahead on score board until the break without facing even a meager resistance from his challenger.
After the mid-game interval, Bobby stayed focused on court and remained successful in maintaining a comfortable gap.
Bobby remained consistent in executing powerful shots in targeted areas and eventually bagged the opening game with a staggering 21-8 margin on the score board.
Gentil was once again in problem in the following set as he faced a hostile treatment from his challenger who was at his best on court.
Bobby displayed his unparalleled skills on court by picking the bird early from all areas and kept his domination over his challenger.
The second seeded Bobby continued putting up staggering show in the ending part of second game and remained successful in securing the game with a superb 21-9 total on score board.
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