The Dutchman led sensationally with 2: 0 after sentences, but then faced a catch-up of the Argentine. Schwartzmann, number 11 of the sitting list, defeated in the fourth two set balls, but then broke in the fifth. Van de Zandschulp ultimately won 6-3, 6-4, 5-7, 5-7, 6-1 and moved as qualifier (!) In the quarterfinals. He is at the same time the first Dutch of Sjeng Schalken (US Open 2003 and Wimbledon 2004), which is under the last eight of a Grand Slam. There he gets it but with the previously unbelievably sovereign Daniil Medvedev to do. The world ranking learning from Russia absolutely wants his first major title and hurries from victory to victory – that was also felt Daniel Evans, which was quasi-chance with his three-volume defeat.