Roberto Bautista Agut will take on Paul, a Spanish veteran that is 24th in the seedings and who is the Only one seeded player is left the Quarterly bottom the draw.

Wolf and Shelton, both former college standouts, are the other participants in this section. They will be facing each other Monday. Shelton won the N.C.A.A. N.C.A.A. singles title in last year the University of Florida. He was coached there by Bryan Shelton, his dad, a former ATP Tour participant. Wolf was 24 years old and played three years for Ohio State. He was an All-American.American And the Big Ten players of the 2019 is the year

Since Shelton became a professional last August, Ben Shelton has become friends with Wolf. “I had seen him play in college tennis, but he was older than me, so we never competed against each other,” Shelton said this about Wolf “We’re good friends, like to joke around a lot, have a lot of locker room banter.”

Both of them are strong, solidly constructed. Wolf is one of the most powerful. the most penetrating forehands in the game. Shelton, who is left-handed, holds one of the He is capable of delivering the most difficult serves at speeds exceeding 124 miles an hour. He won 83% of his Melbourne first-serve points and 64% of his second-serve point. Shelton prevailed over Alexei Popyrin and was unbroken on Saturday. the Australian Fritz got upset the He reached the second round again with a huge home crowd in John Cain Arena.

“They kind of set the tone when I walked out on the court, and I got booed,” Shelton laughed. “Similar to some away matches and college atmospheres that I have been at but definitely amplified today. The sound in there kind of just vibrates.”

But Shelton’s dominant play in his victory, 6-3, 7-6 (4), 6-4, often meant that the Arena was extremely quiet. He shouted “Amen!” “Come on!” They echoed through the space.

“Honestly, if this is the way he plays day in, day out, the guy is top 10 in six months,” Popyrin is the name of this drug.