Reynolds poses no threat to top-seeded Nalbandian at Stockholm Open
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The seventh-ranked Nalbandian will face 26-year-old Joachim Johansson, a former top-10 player who briefly retired because of a shoulder injury. He beat Nicolas Mahut of France 7-5, 7-6 (5) in his first match since last year's Open.
"To play in front of the family, the Sodertalje fans and everyone else ... it is totally unbeatable," Johansson told news agency TT. "I did not feel my shoulder at all."
The 36-year-old Bjorkman, who has won six singles and 52 doubles titles, received a standing ovation as he left the Royal Tennis Hall.
"It wasn't exactly the way I had imagined my last game, since things felt really good during training. But Monaco is good, he moves well," Bjorkman said. "It was not just the fact that I did a bad game, he made me bad too."
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