11 wins and only 1 defeat – this has been the balance sheet so far Iga your lips In the quarter-final matches of the world tour. Her competitor on Friday – Bianca Andreescu (90 WTA), the champion, was also good US Open From 2019 (seven wins and two losses).
The first set is similar to the Azarenka match
The first group is similar to the Polish women this Thursday with the former leader of the world rankings – Wiktoria Azarenka (16th WTA). The Polish lost with the Belarusian 0: 3 but managed to make up for the losses. right Now Christmas After a great start and a 2-0 lead, she lost three games in a row and lost 2:3. Like Azarenka, she turned on her brilliant rhythm again. games She won three consecutive matches and broke her opponent twice.
Interestingly, just as in the match with the Belarusian player, Świątek was ahead by 5:3 and had a service to close the group. But she couldn’t do that. In addition, the Canadian regained her confidence on the hits, passed well and won two of her service matches without losing a point.
As a result, there was a watershed. This year, the Polish women in such decisions got an unfavorable balance (2-4), and Andreescu won three tie breaks. With a score of 1: 1, the Polish woman played a great comeback and hit the goal line. The Canadian questioned the arbitrator’s decision and entered into an argument with her. However, she did not win anything, because the decision on the point for the Polish woman did not change.
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Perhaps this knocked Andreescu out of rhythm, because from that moment on, she was no longer on the field. The tiebreaker lost 2:7, and in the second set, Bulka completely dominated the field. In the first four matches, Švetik, who played brilliantly, won sixteen points and lost only three. She even earned a streak of thirteen consecutive winning points. at all in all The Canadian won only nine points in this match.
In the end, for the thirteenth time this year, she presented “Bread”, so she won Group Zero.
Andreescu’s Polish woman had 27 winners, while the contender won only 12 winners. Swiatek made two other non-coercive fouls (14-12). It was also more effective than the Canadian points won after both the first (64-50%) and second (52-40%) serve. He was also impressive in winning points (6-6 and Andreescu 3/5).
Polka continues the phenomenal streak in the first set matches she won. Its balance sheet 28 wins. For Świątek, it was also the 26th consecutive World Tour victory.
In the semi-finals of the tournament in Rome, for the third time this year, they will face Belarusian Arina Sabalenka, who ousted American Amanda Anisimoa 4: 6, 6: 3, 6: 2. Bulka is the defending champion.
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