Sam Querrey ousts Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in minutes while Monfils exits in epic

• US player completes five-set victory after Friday night suspension
• ‘I am frustrated but nothing more,’ accepts Tsonga

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga suffered the indignity of losing his third-round tie with Sam Querrey in four minutes as the match, suspended on Friday night, entered a second day. With a fifth set going with serve, but at a potentially climactic score of 6-5, play was called off for bad light at 8.58pm on Friday. Returning at 1pm on Saturday, Tsonga stepped up to serve but the Frenchman played eight points before exiting the tournament.

“I am frustrated, but nothing more,” Tsonga said, refusing to blame the suspension for his 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (5), 1-6, 7-5 defeat. “But the light was difficult last night. If we had continued – and I had not seen a return and missed it – I would have been very disappointed.

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