Getty Images/Minas Panagiotakis/Pictured: Rebecca Marino
Rebecca Marino (WTA 220) has left professional tennis twice. She had a lot of health problems, she fought depression. She hasn’t played in nearly five years since 2013. He had a big day in Montreal. The Canadian beat Madison Keys 6:3, 6:3 (WTA 26). There was one break in the first set, which the hosts representative scored at 3:1. In the second game, she came back from 0:2.
Within 66 minutes, Marino sent four aces and scored 27 of 37 points with her first pass. She saved four out of five break points, and had four out of eight break break opportunities. For the Canadians, this is the third victory over the top 30 tennis players and the first since 2011, when she dealt in Luxembourg with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, the world’s 15th racket at the time.
At this year’s Australian Open, Marino reached the second round as a qualifier. This was her first Grand Slam performance since the 2013 Melbourne event. The Canadian has in the past been ranked 38th in the standings. It can boast of one final match in the main series (Memphis 2011). Her next competitor will be Spaniard Paul Bados.
Watch the video: This is the biggest surprise of the Polish medal in Tokyo. “Beca? I didn’t know anyone would hear it. I made myself laugh.”
Ons Jabeur (WTA 22) smashed 6:1, 6:3 Clara Burel (WTA 101) in 55 minutes. Tunisia got 23 points out of 32 with a first pass. I broke three of the four break points and took five breaks. In the second round, he will play against the Croatian Petra Martic or the Russian Daria Kasatkina.
Anastasja Potapoa (WTA 100) won in 7:6 (6), 6:3 by Shelby Rogers (WTA 43). The Russian defended the set ball in the first set tiebreak. The 94-minute match saw seven breaks, four of which were for tennis player Khimek. Harriet Dart (WTA 172) won 7-5, 7-6 (4) against Layla Annie Fernandez (WTA 70). The Canadian was recovering in both groups, in the first with 2: 4 and in the second with 1: 3. The ends of the two ends belong to the British.
Open National Bank Presented by Rogers, Montreal, Canada)
WTA 1000, Hard Court, $1835 Million Prize Pool
Monday August 9
First round of singles:
Anas Jaber (Tunisia 13) beat Clara Borrell (France) 6-1, 6-3
Rebecca Marino (Kannada, WC) – Madison Keys (USA, 16) 6:3, 6:3
Anastazga Potapova (Russia) beat Shelby Rogers (US) 7-6 (6) 6-3
Harriet Dart (UK, Q) b Leylah Annie Fernandez (Canada, WC) 7-5, 7-6 (4)
Free tickets: Arina Sabalenka (Belarus, 1); Bianca Andreescu (Canada, 2); Elena Svitolina (Ukraine, 3); Karolina Pliskova (Czech Republic, 4); Garbine Muguruza (Spain, 5); Simona Halep (Romania, 6 years old); Petra Kvitova (Czech, 7); Victoria Azarenka (Belarus, 8 years old)
Multiple mistakes and a quick defeat for Magda Lynette in Montreal. Canada is not in its interest
A stunning tie break for a Russian woman, but a nickname for an American. Daniel Collins’ victory march continues
Report a bugWP SportoweFakty
Canada Montreal WTA Montreal WTA Leylah Annie Fernandez Harriet Dart Shelby Rogers Anastazja Potapowa Clara Burel Ons Jabeur Madison Keys Tenis Rebecca Marino
“Extreme organizer. Problem solver. Passionate web buff. Internet expert. Devoted travel nerd. Professional troublemaker.”