Not the way I wanted the match to end, but a win is a win nonetheless.
It was Kei's 10th straight win since his victory in the Binghamton challenger and USO qualifying. And his tie break records in those events have been 100%.
Good luck in R2, probably against Cilic!
ffs why did he retire?
It seems he had some trouble in his right wrist and he called for the trainer after the first set.