Alicia Rosolska has started competing in the 2022 Wimbledon Championships. For the Polish doubles player, this is her 15th start in the London event. Her partner is New Zealand Erin Routlife.

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Alicia Rosolska

WP SportoweFakty/Tomasz Fijałkowski/Pictured: Elijah Rusulska

Alicia Rosolska starts her 15th Wimbledon doubles tournament. In 2018, she reached the semi-finals in London. Her partner at the time was American Abigail Spears. This time she competes with Irene Rotliff. In the first round, Pole and New Zealand defeated 6:4, 6:4 Romanonka Irina Camelia Bejo and Ukrainian Anhelina Kalinina.

In the first set, Rosolska and Routliffe scored 1:3 from five out of six consecutive matches. In the second game they were leading 5:2 with the break advantage twice. The two rivals made up for one loss, but the Polish and New Zealand women didn’t allow Bigo and Kalinina to do more.

In the 80-minute match, Rosolska and Rotlev scored 29 out of 35 points on their first pass. They were broken twice and used four of the eight break points themselves.

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Rusulska and Rotliff reached two finals this year, in February in St Petersburg and last week in Bad Homburg. Polka has nine doubles titles in her achievements. The last win she won was in 2019 in Charleston. On the grass, Rusulska triumphed in Nottingham 2018.

Last season, the Polish doubles player at Roland Garros returned to competition after her maternity break. Wimbledon this year is her 59th Grand Slam performance in doubles.

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In the second round, the competitors of Rusulska and Rotliff will be the Americans Katherine Harrison and Sabrina Santamaria.

ChampionshipsWimbledon (UK)
Grand Slam grass field total prize money 40.3 million pounds
Thursday 30 June

Women’s Doubles Round 1:

Alicia Rusulska (Poland, 11) / Irene Rotliff (New Zealand, 11) vs Irina-Camelia Pego (Romania) / Anilina Kalinina (Ukraine) 6:4, 6:4

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