In the first round of the WTA 250 competition in Merida, Lynette was on the brink of defeat. In the confrontation with the much lower ranked Camila Osorio from Colombia, she was the favourite, but the competition was very even.
In the second round, her encounter with Miss Udvardy ended dramatically for her opponent, who left the court in tears, even though she was ahead in the second set and was on her way to the third.
The Polish challenger came close to the showdown with Rebecca Peterson as the favourite. However, something stuck, almost at the beginning. After winning the first match, the crisis suddenly came. Linnett had seven break points. However, it played unevenly and imprecisely. She started losing the following matches until the status became 1:5.
The set seemed lost, though Magda Lynette won another match. One could get the impression that the Polish woman had physical problems, and it was the Swede who kept talking.
Lynette saved the match ball
Much of the second group was a repeat of the first group. Lynette won the match and then gave another to her opponent. It was already 1: 5 and the Polish woman defended the match ball. It was as if a new force had entered into her. She won the following matches, achieving 4: 5, but the last sentence belonged to the Swede. Three unintentional mistakes cost Linette dearly. Peterson won and advanced to the semi-finals.
So, the Polish woman has already completed her participation in the tournament in Mexico and will soon go to Austin, where the next WTA 250 tournament will be held from February 27 to March 5. WTA 1000 Championships in Indian Wells and Miami (March 8-19, March 21-April 2).
Magda Lynette – Rebecca Peterson 2:6, 4:6
source:Onet Sports Review
Created Date: Today 02:44
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