Kazakhstan’s Skatov off to a good start at ATP Challenger in Germany
In the opening round world №147 Skatov upset Damir Dzhumhur of Bosnia and Herzegovina in straight sets 7-5, 6-1.
Next the Kazakhstani will face 2nd-seed Jame Munar of Spain.
The prize fund of the tournament totals €145,000.
Timofey Skatov is the second-highest ranked Kazakhstani player after Alexander Bublik ranked 51st by ATP.