The WTA 250 competition will begin on Monday on clay courts in Bogota. In the Colombian capital, the favorite of the hosts will be 20-year-old Camila Osorio.
PAP / EPA / Abierto GNP Seguros / Pictured: Camila Osorio
Last year, Camila Osorio won the Copa Colsanitas in a big way. She then played the main ladder thanks to the Wild card and began her adventure with the Forever Ladies Tour. Now the 20-year-old Colombian returns to Bogota as the world’s 33rd racket to defend the championship and has 280 points.
Osorio seeds were sown with “one” on local flour. Her first competition will be Swiss Jelena en Albon. At the top of the ladder are also the British Harriet Dart (first quartile), Hungarian Queen Oddvardi and French Harmony Tan (second quartile). Among the interesting names in this segment are Ukrainian Dagana Gastremska and Italian Sarah Irani, who reached the final of the 2012 Roland Garros.
Second seed Beatrice Haddad Maya was in Bogota. The Brazilian player was fined for doping and returned to the top 100, and her first opponent will be Hungarian Rika Luka Jani. In the quarter-finals, he could face the Australian Astra Sharma, the finalist three years ago. In turn, 2018 champion Slovakian Anna Karolina Schmiedlova, or third seed Sweden Rebecca Peterson, can wait in the semi-finals.
The struggle will continue in Bogota until Sunday. Representatives of Poland do not start in the singles and doubles tournament.
Cuba Colsanitas, Bogota (Colombia)
WTA 250, clay courts, total prize money of 239.4 thousand. dollar
The main arc is drawn:
Camila Osorio (Colombia, 1) – Jelena in Albon (Switzerland)
Ipek Oz (Turkey, Q) – Daniela Segel (Chile, Q)
Despina Papamichiel (Greece) – Lucrezia Stefanini (Italy)
Elena Oanezian – Harriet Dart (Great Britain, 8)
Miss Udvardy (Hungary, 4) – Dajana Jastremska (Ukraine)
Stephanie Fogli (Switzerland) – Sarah Errani (Italy)
Juliana Monroy (Colombia, WC) – Jekaterina Gorgodzi (Georgia)
Laura Pegosi (Brazil, Q) – Harmony Tan (France, 5)
Anna Karolina Schmiedlova (Slovakia, 6) – Juliana Lizarazu (Colombia, toilet)
Renata Zarazua (Mexico) – Miriam Björklund (Sweden)
Tatiana Maria (Germany, Q) – Maria Karl (Argentina, Q)
Maria Hirazo Gonzalez (Colombia) – Rebecca Peterson (Sweden, 3)
Astra Sharma (Australia, 7) – Susan Lammins (Netherlands, Kew)
Paula Urmacea (Argentina) – Irina Barra (Romania)
Aleksandra Krunic (Serbia) – Camila Racimoa
Rika Luka Jani (Hungary) – Beatriz Haddad Maya (Brazil, 2)
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