With a convincing victory over Australian Hayden Jones, Manas Dhamne advances to the second round of the Wimbledon boys singles competition, 2023. The 15-year-old, who practices at the northwest Italian tennis facility Piatti Tennis Centre, passed the qualifications after losing a set. On Sunday, he finished it off quickly to secure a 6-2, 6-4 victory.
Dhamne needed some time in the opening round of the fight to get comfortable. Beginning with full speed, the Australian appeared to have an advantage early in the first set.
The 6-foot-2-inch adolescent from Satara, Maharashtra, Manas Dhamne, who had just saved himself in the fifth game, took the lead with a forehand winner as he was loosening up his shoulders and striking the ball freely at the Wimbledon boys single competition.
On the second break-point, Jones committed a double fault. At 2-5, Jones requested the trainer and left the pitch to get medical help. Dhamne accelerated as he came back, his right hamstring strapped. After 73 minutes of play, the Indian broke early in the second set and maintained his lead to go to the second round.