The day has begun with a revitalised Amadi, ready to do battle with the best of them. After a quick warmup, he took the first game with flawless serves for which there were not answers, then the games evened out until both Sias Merkling (RSA) and Amadi got to 3-3. Amadi then moved to net at every provocation, grabbing the set at 6-3. The third set was different. Both boys began to circle, breaking each other for 6 games in a row. At 3-3, Amadi broke his opponent, and completed the set with ease, moving to the quarters at 5-7, 6-3, 6-3.
In what was a close repeat of the match two years ago on the same court, Amadi met his nemesis, Isaac Stoute (UK), in the Boys Singles Under 18 Quarterfinals, a match that lasted a little over three hours, which each player grabbing a set each, and, in the fierce heat, Amadi capitulated losing 0-6, 6-3, 2-6.
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