Ashleigh Barty has completed a wonderful series by Barbora Krejcikova. Australia waited a long time for the tennis player in the Wimbledon quarter-finals.

Łukasz Iwanek

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Barbora Krejcikova (WTA 17) had a great streak in the professional courts. After defeating Iga Šwietik in Rome (missing two matches), she won 15 matches in a row. The Czech won the title in Strasbourg, then triumphed at Roland Garros. At Wimbledon, she made her singles debut and knocked out three competitors. On Monday, her series ended with Ashleigh Barty, who gave in to her 5:7, 3:6.

In the first set, the leader of the standings came out with 2:4 in 5:4. In the tenth inning, the Australian missed the first ball, but scored eight straight points in the next two sets. There were three breakthroughs at the end of the second batch. Two of them were obtained by Barty, who beat the break point at 5:3 and then used the first match ball.

Within 95 minutes, Barty sent seven aces and scored 32 of 41 points on her first pass. Saved eight out of 10 break break points and used four out of seven break break chances. The Australians scored 22 final shots and 24 non-compulsive fouls. Krejcikova has 19 straight wins and 22 fouls.

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Krijsikova did not qualify for Wimbledon in 2015-2017. In doubles, she finished her first two matches in the first round, and in 2018 she won the title along with Katerina Sinyakova (in the same season, the Czech team won at Roland Garros). In Paris, Kryzhikova won two titles because she won in singles and doubles.

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Barty was promoted to the Wimbledon quarter-finals as the first Australian representative since 2000. The most recent was Jelena Dokic, who only lost to American Lindsay Davenport in the semi-finals.

This is Barta’s 25th Grand Slam appearance in one match and a promotion to the quarter-finals. She achieved three at the 2019-2021 Australian Open and one at Roland Garros. In Paris, she won the title in 2019. In the Wimbledon semi-finals, she will face either Australian-British Emma Raducano or compatriot Agla Tomljanovic on Tuesday.

ChampionshipsWimbledon (UK)
Grand Slam, grass pitches, total prize money of 35 million pounds
Monday 5th July

Fourth round of women’s singles match:

Ashleigh Barty (Australia, 1) beats Barbora Krijkova (Czech Republic, 14) 7-5, 6-3.

Women’s Championship Program and Results

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