Kopriva dumps out top seed Shapovalov to reach Quarter-Finals at Swiss Open Gstaad
Also the top seed at the clay court tournament, the Canadian has headed out 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 in his first match since his run to the latter stages at Wimbledon.
He hit 11 aces in the tie but also 10 double faults with only 3/6 break points claimed.
While for his opponents, only four of the latter were hit all match and he hit 82% winning percentage on his first serve and 56% on his second to move through.
The decision from Shapovalov to play in the ATP 250 has not been vinidcated it seems with the in-form star deciding against playing at the Tokyo Olympics as a result.