Posted on November 2nd, 2012
French professional tennis player Jo-Wilfried Tsonga won a terrific two tiebreaker match on Thursday. Winning the match provided him the opportunity to play both the quarterfinals of ATP World Tour and Paris Masters.
Tsonga reached the third round of Paris Masters with a score of 6-2, 4-6, 7-6 beating Julien Benneteau. This helped him snatch the seventh spot among the eight chosen players for Tour Finals invitational, scheduled to be held on next week in London.
The 2008 champion was pushed into the final set-tiebreaker after he failed to serve the match. Julien was able to convert only three of the total 11 break point chances against Tsonga, who stroke 15 aces in total – which refers 5 in each set.
Tsonga said that in the third set he was completely in a different state of mind and he was having some intuitions that worked out very well for him. He also added that those intuitions worked out well for him but playing against Julien was not that easy as he had to serve pretty hard in order to win the match.