David Nalbandian has been defeated in the very first round of the Men’s tennis singles tournament of London Olympics by Janko Tipsarevic of Serbia. Nalbandian has been defeated in the straight sets by 6-3, 6-4. Tipsarevic showed a fine display of power tennis and fired 16 aces in the match. Nalbandian struggled throughout the match and never looked in control.

Tipsarevic broke the service of Nalbandian in the fourth game of the first set and took a lead of 3-1 in the first set. But, Nalbandian made a comeback and broke Tipsarevic’s service in the fifth game. But, the Serbian player again broke Nalbandian’s service in the next game and the scorecard was showing 4-2. Thereafter, Tipsarevic held his service in the seventh and the ninth game and won the first set by 6-3. In the second set, both the players held their service in the first two games, but, Nalbandian again gave Tipsarevic a breakthrough in the third game of the second set. Tipsarevic held his service in the next game to make the lead 3-1. He kept that lead till the end and won the match. Tipsarevic played some brilliant backhand shots in the match.

Tipsarevic took the services of his trainer during the second set when the score was 3-2. After getting some help from the trainer, Tipsarevic came back and wrapped up the match quickly. Nalbandian looked pretty disappointed after losing the match. He said that he had got some opportunities in the match, but, he was not able to grab those opportunities. He also praised the young Serbian player for his fantastic power game. As per Nalbandian, Tipsarevic served brilliantly in the match. On the other hand, Tipsarevic said that Nalbandian is an experienced player and he gave him a tough fight in the match. As per Tipsarevic, he would like to continue the same kind of performance in the upcoming matches as well.