Lots of good and close points; probably the best match I've seen since Wimbledon.
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Very nice win. First time I've seen Cuevas play, and he strikes me as an oldschool claycourter not without skills. His backhand for example is far from monstrous, but he went DTL on well select occasions to good effect.
Good effort from Cuevas. I thought Kohli looked tired but nevertheless nearly fought back to take that into a third set. Cuevas had to hold his nerve and keep his game under control in that tiebreak, in spite of his best efforts to annoy the crowd with the linecall questioning.