Alicia Rosolska continues to play at Grand Slam Wimbledon 2022! The Polish woman and her partner, Irene Rotliff, fought a three-hour battle with American couple Catherine Harrison and Sabrina Santamaria on Saturday.

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Alicia Rosolska

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In the opening of the London Championships, Alicia Rosolska and Irene Rotliff, ranked 11th, defeated Irina Camelia Bejo and Anhelina Kalinina in two sets. In the second round, their opponents were Catherine Harrison and Sabrina Santamaria. After three hundred matches on Saturday, the Pole and New Zealander defeated the Americans 6:7 (3), 7:5, 7:6 (7).

There was not a single breakthrough in the first group, despite the fortunes of Rusulska and Rotlev. However, they could not use a break point in the 5th inning and 2 break points in the 5th inning. The Americans survived, and gave a concert in the tiebreak. They were the only ones who had small breakthroughs and as a result won the entire match by 3.

The success of the premiere encouraged Harrison and Santamaria to play better in the second game. In the third match, the representatives of the United States won two break points for the Warsaw player, returning in a big way that gave them an important achievement. Rosolska and Routliffe began to chase after their rivals. In the eighth game, they managed to take advantage of the third break point on Santamaria’s serve and tied with 4 points. Then the Polish duo attacked New Zealand in the twelfth half. Santamaria lost the serve again, which means that the tennis player and her partner won the second set.

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In such circumstances, the third group turned out to be decisive. In it, Routliffe easily lost the service at first. The Polish-New Zealand couple tried to make up for the losses again. In the fourth match, Santamaria was in trouble, but this time with the help of her partner, she defended the serve. After changing sides, Rusulska and Rotliff attacked Harrison’s pass and finally adjusted the set to 3.

The Americans were the first to end the meeting. In the eleventh game, they managed to break Rosolska’s serve, but after changing aspects of the application, Santamaria did not back down again. Since there is a tie on the scoreboard, the winner gets a super tiebreaker. In this match, the Polish-New Zealand duo were already 7-2 ahead, but the US representatives reduced the distance to two points (8-6). Then Santamaria committed a double foul, giving the opponent three match balls. Our tennis player and her partner finished the match the second time after 181 minutes.

Rosolska and Routliffe survived and would take the London Championship quarter-finals. And their opponent in the third round of the doubles competitions, Wimbledon 2022, tomorrow, Monday, will be the fifth number for American Asia Muhammad and Japanese Ina Shibahara.

ChampionshipsWimbledon (UK)
Grand Slam grass field total prize money 40.3 million pounds
Saturday 2 July

2nd round Women’s doubles:

Alicia Rosolska (Poland, 11) / Erin Rotliff (New Zealand, 11) – Katherine Harrison (USA) / Sabrina Santamaria (US) 6:7 ​​(3), 7:5, 7:6 (7)

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