PAP / EPA / NEIL HALL / Pictured: Andżelika Kerber
Andżelika Kerber (WTA 28) is participating in Wimbledon for the thirteenth time. In 2018 in London, she won her third Grand Slam title (in 2016 she won the Australian Open and the US Open). On Tuesday, the German returned from 0:3 in the first set and defeated Nina Stojanovic (WTA 86) 6:4, 6:3. Within 84 minutes, the former ranking leader scored 20 out of 25 points on her first pass. Four of the 12 break points were used. Kerber’s next competitor will be Sarah Sorribes or Anna Kongo.
Champion Roland Garros entered the event. Barbora Krejkova (WTA 17) defeated Clara Towson (WTA 93) 6:3, 6:2. In 70 minutes, the Czechs defended five break points and scored three breaks. I sent 20 last strokes for 13 non-forced errors. Dunce has 19 straight wins and 26 fouls.
Madison Brengle (WTA 82) has been upgraded after a stunning two-day action thriller. She was losing 3:6, 3:5 to lead the third match. In it she again made up for losses from the 3:5 case. In the tenth game, she defended four matching balls to finally win 3:6, 7:5, 10:8 by fellow countryman Christina McHale (WTA 97).
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Cori Gauff (WTA 23) won in 7:5, 6:4 Francesca Jones (WTA 211). In 97 minutes, the 17-year-old sent nine aces and scored 33 of 41 on her first pass. She had one break in both sets, and didn’t have to defend any break points herself.
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Monday to Tuesday 28-29 June
Women’s Singles Round 1:
Barbora Krejsikova (Czech 14) Clara Towson (Denmark) 6-3 6-2.
Cory Gauff (USA, 20) beat Francesca Jones (UK, World Cup) 7-5, 6-4
Jessica Pegula (USA, 22) beat Caroline Garcia (France) 6-3, 6-1
Andelica Kerber (Germany, 25) beat Nina Stojanovic (Serbia) 6-4, 6-3.
Petra Martic (Croatia, 26) vs Varuara Graciwa (Russia) 6:7 (3), 6:4, 6:3
Marta Kostyuk (Ukraine) beat Kiki Bertens (Netherlands, 17), 6-3, 6-4
Anna Blinkowa (Russia) – Timea Papus (Hungary) 6-2 6-2
Madison Pringle (US) – Christina McHale (US) 3:6, 7:5, 10:8
Andrea Petkovic (Germany) beat Jasmine Paolini (Italy) 6-4, 6-3
Jelena Wesnina (Russia) – Martina Trevisan (Italy) 7:5, 6:1
Ludmila Samsonova (Russia, WC) – Kaya Kanepi (Estonia) 6: 4, 6: 2
Bernarda Pera (USA) – Nao Hibino (Japan) 1:6, 7:5 *to be completed
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