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Five Americans Power into Dallas Quarterfinals

The American flag is flying high at the Dallas Open, where five Americans have advanced to the final eight.

Taylor Fritz, Marcos Giron, and John Isner were the first to reserve their berths yesterday. Jenson Brooksby and Reilly Opelka took the stage on Thursday. Both took care of their responsibilities.

Brooksby, 21, achieved his ATP-level 2022 debut, overcoming Italian veteran Andreas Seppi 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 to set up a match with Jordan Thompson of Australia.

For the very first time in his career, the 54th-ranked American is seeded in an ATP event, and he is competing in only his sixth event on the tour. He had a good year last year, reaching the semifinals in Newport, Washington, D.C., and Antwerp.

Then there was Brooksby’s achievement in the round of 16 at the US Open, where he took the title off Novak Djokovic before losing in four sets.

Brooksby had to put up a battle with the astute Italian.

“It was a pleasant experience. In my first [tour-level] match of the year, I was a little worried “According to ATPWorldTour.com, he remarked. “I did well in the competition. It was a fantastic crowd for an American in the United States. For a few months, I yearned for that atmosphere.”

Reilly Opelka defeated Cedrik-Marcel Stebe of Germany, 7-6(3), 7-6(3). (8). The match had no break points, and Opelka had to save a pair of set points in the second set tiebreak to win.

Vasek Pospisil was also victorious on Thursday, defeating Jurij.

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