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Magda Lynette triumphs in Eastbourne.  Final did not happen

Magda Lynette triumphs in Eastbourne. Final did not happen

This might be one of the easiest victories in the tournament Magda Linate and Alexandra Krunic in their tennis career. At the Rothesay International in Eastbourne of England (WTA 500, set of $757,900), Bulka and Srpka won only two games on the court, in the 1/8 finals (first round) and in the quarter-finals, the other two games losing due to the decline of their opponents.

And on Saturday, the final did not take place due to the resignation of Yelena Ostapenko, who was supposed to stand on the other side of the field with Ukrainian woman Lyudmila Kizinok. The Latvian had previously played the final of the song, in which she had to recognize the superiority of the Czech Petra Kvitova.

It was similar in the semi-finals when Serena Williams and Ons Jabeur did not join the match – This time, due to a minor injury, the Tunisian resigned, which the Pole defeated in the first round of the singles tournament in the last Grand Slam tournament in Paris.

This is Linette’s second doubles victory at this year’s WTA event and the second in her career. In April, the 30-year-old from Poznan won the championship in Charleston, USA along with Slovenian Andrea Klebak.

In one, after winning two rounds, Bulka lost to Ukrainian Łesia Curenko in the 1/8 finals. In her career, she has individually won three WTA Championships (including one in the lowest category, with a prize pool of $125,000).

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The championship in Eastbourne is the last test before the Grand Slam that begins on Monday, Wimbledon, So Lynette – who hasn’t played in recent days – was able to rest a bit.

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