Tuesday’s quarter-finals started better Julie Niemeyer. The German won the first match 6:4. Niemeier’s success was determined by the first match in which the 22-year-old broke her 12-year opponent.
After the first match of the second group it looked like this Game It may not take long. Niemeyer broke again Tatiana Maria And she found herself in an excellent position. The eldest of Germany, however, did not collapse, winning four more matches, and twice taking the serve from her opponent. At 5:2, Maria Niemeyer broke again and won the set 6:2.
The most decisive party was the most equal. In the fifth inning, Niemeyer broke her opponent and quickly won another match and led 4: 2. However, even with this she could not break Maria. The 34-year-old won two more matches with a score of 4: 4.
Tatiana Maria in the Wimbledon semi-finals
The defining moment of the match was the twelfth match. At that time, Maria Niemeier broke again and won the set 7:5, winning the whole match 4:6, 6:2, 7:5. The German continues her best Grand Slam performance. Before the beginning of this year Wimbledon Mariah’s best achievement was the third round of Wimbledon in 2015.
“Out of 34 previous entries, she has been eliminated 23 times in the first rounds. This year Wimbledon The German woman came after nearly four years of waiting to win a Grand Slam match – during US Open 2018 She dramatically defeated Agnieszka Radwańska and found herself in the second round. And then she was eliminated eight times in a row after the first matches”- Written by Maria Łukasz Jachimiak from Sport.pl.
Maria is the biggest sensation in this year’s Women’s Championship. In the third round, the German eliminated the fifth player in the WTA rankings – Maria Scarry – and in the next round she managed to deal with the winner. Roland Garros from 2017 – Jelena Ostapenko.
In the semi-finals, Maria’s competition will be the best of the pair Marie Buzkova – Add-ons Jaber. This meeting will start on Tuesday afternoon.
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