Jo-Wilfried Tsonga qualified for the final of 16 – ATP Winston Salem

By winning a hard-fought battle against Uzbek Denis Istomin, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is making his way up to the final of 16 of the 2015 ATP Winston Salem by beating Istomin Manceau. The 69th best player in the world bowed to Tsonga after a knotty 1 hour and 50 minutes play for the great joy of keen of sport betting. It was the Uzbek man who opened the scoring; he even went went on to dominate the first set. Though struggling to stand still, Tsonga gradually gained control of the game to win the second set. He eventually notched the win with two set points and three break points. Suffocated, Istomin came to a dead end, and subsequently gave way to the French man. Of course, the 19th best tennis player emerged victorious in the final set.

Another title contender from France, Pierre-Hugues Herbert, also claimed his ticket to the knockout stages by beating Marcos Baghdatis in three sets, a plyer to follow in online bet. Thus, both tsonga and Herbert are among the French men to watch in this US competition. For Tsonga, he will face US’s Steve Johnson, the one who dethroned Australia’s Sam Groth. Herbert, for his part, will tee himself against UK’s Aljaz Bedene who previously defeated Gilles Simon. As a reminder, Simon bowed to Bedene after a tiring 3-hour clash. Benoît Paire also hit the rail. He was ousted by South Korea’s Hyeon Chung.