Brooksby & Gaston Made To Wait By ‘s-Hertogenbosch Rain
After both players dropped their opening service games, eighth seed Brooksby broke Gaston again in the sixth game to take charge of the first set before the rain arrived. The American leads Gaston 4-2 and 30/0 on his own serve in the pair’s maiden ATP Head2Head meeting, with play scheduled to resume on Thursday at 10 a.m. local time.
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No other play was possible Wednesday due to the inclement weather in The Netherlands, where Daniil Medvedev is the top seed at the grass-court event. The World No. 2 is now scheduled to make his tournament debut Thursday against James Duckworth or Gilles Simon, with second seed Felix Auger-Aliassime also set to start his campaign against home favourite Tallon Griekspoor.