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Must is ready for second round. Photo: Oleg Harchenko
Good start for home crowd favourite
Date: 1/12/2018 10:24 AM
Published by : Rasmus Bech(BEC)

Raul Must is seeded one in Yonex Estonian International 2018, and in the first round the world number 64 didn’t have a lot of problems against Leo Rossi from France.

Must was off to a good starting leading 6-0 in the first game, and at the interval the Estonian led 11-3. Must had no struggle in the first game, which he won 21-14

Must, who won the tournament in 2017 beating Toby Penty, England in the final continued the solid performance in second game winning 21-17.


See also: Young Popov made his debut on senior level


Nervous start
Raul Must is through to the second round, where he later Friday will meet either Arnaud Merkle, France or Malaysian Jhotiswaran Kapupathevan.

- The first match is often a really hard match. I have to get used to the conditions in the hall, and I am happy with a two set win, Must says.

- Second set was nervous, so I happy that I could overcome that feeling. I am quite often getting nervous when the first pressure is off. When I win the first game, it is often much harder for me. In Estonia in my home tournament I want to do well.

See also:
All results from Yonex Estonian International

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