This week, Martina Kopka enjoyed her doubles victory at the ITF World Tennis Tour. Weronika Falkowska was also close to the title. Maja Chualinska’s health problems stopped again.

Rafai Smolensky

Martina Trophy


Martina Kupka competed in Shymkent for the second time in a row and with Chipek Columbagua repeated her success last week. In the finals, the Polish-Kazakh duo again found their way to the Russian duo Jekaterina Reingold and Jekaterina Szalimoa, but this time won in two sets – 6:4, 6:4.

As for the cup, it is the fifth doubles title to be won on professional courts. Our actress also participated in the Szymkent singles, but was knocked out of the first round of the main arc.

Weronika Falkowska decided to take a new direction and went to Crete. In Heraklion, Greece, I entered the doubles competition just this week. The Polish woman and her partner, Romanian Ioana Gaspar, reached the finals. In it, Julia Kimmelmann and Anna Popescu lost 2:6, 4:6 to the German-British duo.

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Maja Chwalińska returned to Poland after her unsuccessful qualification for the 2021 Grand Slam Roland Garros and a few days later went to the Slovenian town of Otocec. In the first round, Romania defeated Georgia, Andrea Cracione 6:1, 7:6 (3). However, in the 1/8 finals, I scratched 6-0 for the Belgian Marina Zaniuska.

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Last week was not successful for Polish tennis players. Piotr Gryńkowski was eliminated from qualifying to compete in Szymkent, and Piotr Galus did not do well at Skopje. In Sarajevo, Yann Wójcik was unsuccessful in elimination, who later won one match in the doubles tournament. On the other hand, in the Ukrainian Novomoskovsk, Pyotr Pavlak and Mishaw Mikucha did not reach the main class, and Wojciech Marek had to admit the superiority of Oleksig Kroch for the second time in a row.

Monday to Saturday, May 31 – June 5
ITF tournament results and schedule:

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Otocec (Slovenia) $25,000, clay courts

Second round of singles:

Marina Zaniuska (Belgium) – Maja Chualinska (Poland, 7) 6-0 and retired.

First round of singles:

Maya Chualinska (Poland, 7) B Georgia Andrea Cracion (Romania, Q) 6-1, 7-6 (3)

Heraklion (Greece) $15,000, clay courts

My husband is final:

Julia Kimmelmann (Germany, 4) / Anna Popescu (UK, 4) – Wironica Valkoska (Poland, 2) / Ioana Gaspar (Romania, 2) 6-2, 6-4

Double the semi-finals:

Wironica Valkoska (Poland, 2) / Ioana Gaspar (Romania, 2) – Michaela Bayerlova (Czech Republic) / Tina Nadine Smith (Australia) 5:7, 6:3, 10-6

My husband quarter-finals:

Wironica Valkoska (Poland 2) / Ioana Gaspar (Romania 2) – Eileen Odenart (Belgium) / Sofia Milatova (Slovakia) 6-1 6-1

First round of doubles:

Wironica Valkoska (Poland, 2) / Ioana Gaspar (Romania, 2) – Shavit Kimchi (Israel) / Nicole Nadel (Israel) 6-0, 6-1

Shymkent (Kazakhstan) $15,000, clay courts

First round of singles:

Anastasija Konstantinowna Soboliowa (Ukraine) – Martyna Kubka (Poland, 5) 6: 4, 6: 3

My husband is final:

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Martina Kupka (Poland, 1) / Šebek Kulambagua (Kazakhstan, 1) – Ekaterina Reingold (Russia) / Ekaterina Szalimowa (Russia) 6:4, 6:4

Double the semi-finals:

Martina Kupka (Poland, 1) / Sibek Kolambagua (Kazakhstan, 1) v Evgenia Bordina (Russia, 4) / Maryam Dalakishvili (Georgia, 4) 6-2, 6-4

My husband quarter-finals:

Martyna Kubka (Poland, 1) / ibek Kulambajewa (Kazakhstan, 1) – Dana Baidaulet (Kazakhstan, WC) / Sandugash Kenżibajewa (Kazakhstan, WC) 4: 6, 6: 2, 10-6

First round of doubles:

Martyna Kubka (Poland, 1) / ibek Kulambajewa (Kazakhstan, 1) – Alina Silicz (Russia) / Anastasija Konstantinowna Soboliowa (Ukraine) 6: 3, 6: 2


Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) $15,000, clay courts

My husband quarter-finals:

Gergeli Madaras (Hungary) / Zzombor Felix (Hungary) v Jan Wojcic (Poland, 3) / Toby Martin (UK, 3) 6-0, 6-4

First round of doubles:

Jan Wojic (Poland, 3) / Toby Martin (UK, 3) – Darko Jandirich (Serbia) / Stefan Popovic (Germany) 6-3, 6-2

Novomoskovsk (Ukraine) $15,000, clay courts

First round of singles:

Oleksej Kroc (Ukraine, 4) – Wojciech Marek (Poland) 6-0, 7:5

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