Iga I healed you – Beatrice Haddad Maya.  The Pole showed his character and advanced to the semi-finals in Madrid

Of the tennis players' three fights so far, the left-handed Brazilian won one – in 2022 in the 1/8 finals in Toronto, but since then, Svetek has beaten her in two sets. – It won't be easy. She is a strong player who knows how to play on clay courts. I have to focus on myself, then I will be ready, the world rankings leader confirmed before the match.

Missed opportunities and five (!) lost matches in a row

The start looked difficult, but perfect for our opponent. Even when she was under pressure, she coped and didn't give up. Moreover, in the third game she was already leading by 40:0 and this time she did not miss a break point. In an instant, she followed suit, increasing the difference to 4:1.

It seemed like he was on his way to winning the set. None of that. The tennis player from Sao Paulo made up for the loss of the break in the seventh game. Although she soon ran into foul trouble again — losing 0:40 on her third serve — she got back into the match. The number of unforced errors made by Świątek has increased alarmingly.

It had grown so much that our player couldn't do anything to help it. You've lost the next person – watch out! Five games down (including two on serve) and she unexpectedly lost the first set.

She answered as best she could

Fortunately, her reaction was very fast. In the second set, she reduced the number of errors and significantly improved her accuracy, losing only two games in the first three games. The most important thing is that she also managed to break the Brazilian once, thanks to which she gained a huge mental advantage over her.

It was this confidence that helped Iga win the fourth game, this time with an advantage, once again converting a break point and a very comfortable 4:0 lead. She couldn't lose it anymore, and after a while she even raised the score to 5-0 and 6-0, proving that if anyone was going to return to the competition in a big way, it was her, and without losing a single match. In the second group. The competition had to be decided by the third.

Efficiency above all

The beginning of the game belonged to Świątek. The fast break allowed her to take a 2-0 lead. However, the Brazilian did not give up and immediately scored a re-break. It was clear that it would do everything in its power to prevent a repeat of the second group.

Unfortunately for her, the Polish player was able to quickly respond by breaking another serve, and this time she finished the ball at the net. After a while, I followed the result and the result was 4:1. But the decisive factor was the seventh game, in which the leader defended her serve. It worked, so she only needed one match (5:2) to decide the match. She did not waste this opportunity.

Svetek's next opponent will be American Madison Keys, who defeated Ons Jabeur in the quarterfinals.

Match result:
Ega Shevetek – Beatrice Hadad Maya 4:6, 6:0, 6:2

Quarter-final pairs
I will heal you* – Beatrice Haddad Maya
Madison Keys – Onas Jaber (Tuesday, 8pm)
Mira Andreeva – Aryna Sabalenka (Wednesday)
Julia Putintseva – Yelena Rybakina (Wednesday)
* – promotion

Semi-final pairs
Iga Švetek – Madison Keys / Ons Jabeur
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