Won 2-0 over Müller in the first round of the Miami Open Next opponent is 10th place Diminor
Scene from Kwon Soon-woo’s Davis Cup game last year

Korean tennis star Kwon Soon-woo (863rd) reported his first victory on the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour in over a year.

Kwon Soon-woo defeated Alexandre Muller (85th place, France) 2-0 (7-6<7-3) in the first round of the singles at the Miami Open (total prize money: $8,995,555) held in Miami, Florida, USA on the 21st (local time). > Won 6-3).

As a result, Kwon Soon-woo won the tour a year and a month after winning the first round of the Qatar Exxon Mobile Open held in Doha, Qatar in February last year.

Soon-Woo Kwon has not been able to compete consistently since the Doha Games due to a shoulder injury.

This year, he was eliminated in the first round at the Australian Open, and at the Indian Wells Open held earlier this month, he lost to his ‘best friend’ Hong Seong-chan (201st place, Sejong City Hall) in the first round of the preliminary round and packed up early.

The victory on this day was even more valuable because it was Kwon Soon-woo’s first victory in the Masters 1000 tournament.

The Masters 1000 is a tournament that gives the most ranking points and prize money after the four major tournaments and the ATP Finals, which is a year-end king of kings.

Kwon Soon-woo hit five serve aces against Müller. They showed an advantage of 20 to 17 in Winner and 10 to 16 in Unforced Error.

Kwon Soon-woo will play the second round on the 23rd against 9th seed Alex Diminor (10th, Australia), who passed the first round by default.

Kwon Soon-woo has a career record of 1 win and 1 loss against Diminor, and won 2-0 in the first round of last year’s Tokyo Open, their most recent match. 스포츠토토