Iga Christmas He is already in the third round of the WTA 1000 Championships in Cincinnati. Bulka defeated Sloane Stephens 6:4, 7:5 in two sets. In the 1/8 Finals he will face Madison Keys (WTA 24). But now she has lost her serious opponent, whom she could meet in the semi-finals. I’m talking about Paula Bados (WTA 4.).
Idze Świątek was a contender for victory in Cincinnati. Paula Padusa pulled out dramatically in the second round
The Spaniard loses dramatically to lower-ranked Agila Tomljanovic (WTA 63) from Australia and in the second round says goodbye to the tournament, a public rehearsal before the Grand Slam. US Open. Badusa was clearly a favourite match With Tomljanovic, she has already beaten him twice this year. It turned out that she was better on the territory of her competition, in Sydney and during the Australian Open.
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The match in Cincinnati would have been better for the Spaniard to have started. She won the first set not without problems, because only after the tiebreak. fight She was very fierce at this party. Badosa was already broken into the service that opened the match. After a while, she broke the competitor by herself. In total, both tennis players won two games at the opponent’s serve. In the tiebreak, the fourth contestant retained more focus WTA Ranking 7:3 won.
But in the second group, Paul Bados was not present at all. Tomljanović likely scored points with her pass and broke the opponent’s serve three times. Party without a date. The Australian won 6-0 in 36 minutes. The third and decisive group was very similar. The Spaniard managed to win only two matches. This time he gives his request twice.
Two hours and 10 minutes later, Tomljanovic was able to enjoy the victory and a promotion, and in the next round, he will face Australian Wironika Kudirimetova (WTA 20). The Russian automatically advanced to the third round, where Simona Halep (WTA 6) withdrew from the match.
For the Spaniards, Padusa’s withdrawal from school represented another major disappointment. Earlier, also in the second round, Garbine Muguruza (9th WTA) also left the tournament. The former world ranking leader lost 3:6, 1:6 with Elena Rybakina (WTA 25).
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