first_imgMeanwhile Yuki Bhambri, who lost the opening match 2-6 Meanwhile Yuki Bhambri, who lost the opening match 2-6 1-6 5-7, said he had a couple of chances but failed to capitalise. After going down tamely in the first two sets, Yuki had his best chance to win the third one and take the match to the fourth set. Having broken Rosol early in the third set, Yuki had a great opportunity to win it when Rosol was down 0-40 in one of the games but he squandered all five chances. “I had a great opportunity when I was 0-40 up. You always think what could have happened had I broken him. Going into the fourth set, you never know what could have happened,” said Yuki. “I was getting closer and better, and he was also getting tired under the humid conditions. I did not have many chances. I had just a couple of chances but I failed to capitalise on those,” said a disappointed Yuki. Yuki conceded that it was a tough match and by the time he started to read his opponent in the third set, it was too late. “I am of course very disappointed. It was a tough match and he was playing really very well. He was hitting the ball really hard and I could not dictate the points at all. “I started reading his game by the third set and started to play well but could not grab on the opportunities I got.” On Sundays singles, Yuki said, “I will get to watch him play and get an idea of what to do and how to go about it.” PTI CM AH AHadvertisementlast_img

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