Kohlschreiber reveals the limits to oldie patterns

Kitzbühel - Davis Cup player Philipp Kohlschreiber has shown tennis-oldie Thomas Muster the limits. The Augsburg defeated the Austrian French Open winner in 1995 in the first round of the ATP tournament in Kitzbühel after 66 minutes with 6: 3, 6: 0 and will meet in the second round on the Spaniard Albert Montanes.

The 43-year-old pattern made his comeback on the tour in June 2010 at the Challenger tournament in Braunschweig and is currently led to position 1008 in the world rankings. The 16 years younger Kohlschreiber put on the clay court in Kitzbühel a lightning start and led fast with 3: 0. After that, however, he had some problems with patterns whose point and game winnings were cheered frenetically by the spectators. After winning the first set of five set Kohlschreiber had the encounter but certainly under control and gave no more play.

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