Nicolas Jary (43rd) started well at the Doha ATP. The Chilean won Dutch Robin Haase (50th) in a match that was valid for the first round of the competition with 6 (7) -7, 6-4 and 7-6 (4).
Nico started the match with pressure from his rivals from the start. In fact, in the first game he had to save break point to maintain his service, which he couldn't maintain in the third game. However, he managed to recover it in sixth place game to place 3-3 on the scoreboard.
Since then both players have retained service until they force brek tie. In this case, the Dutchman was 6-3 above Chile, who reacted and could go up 6-7. Despite this, Europe took advantage of its service and the loss of Chilean services to close the definition with 9-7.
Already in the second set, Jarry and Haase started correctly, keeping their serve. This was until the fifth match, at that time the Chilean managed to break his serve to his rival and that was enough to keep him winning 6-4.
In the last set, Nico managed to penetrate the service into the Netherlands and confirmed it in the second game. Already in the sixth, Haase got a break and the match was extended to brak tie. Here the Chilean is the most accurate and finally takes the set 7-6 (4).
In this way, Jarry advanced to the second round, an example where he had to face the winner of the duel between Stanislas Wawrinka and Karen Kachanov measured on Tuesday.