This season has not started well for Magda Linnett (56 WTA). Although the 30-year-old has won fourteen times, she has recorded roughly the same number of defeats – twelve. In any of this year’s tournaments, she was unable to reach the semi-finals of the tournament. On Thursday, Polka will have a chance to break the losing streak. In the quarter-finals, he will face the 30-year-old Angelique Kerber (22 WTA).

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Magda Lynette – Angelique Kerber. The quarter-final match of the WTA 250 in Strasbourg. Where and when to watch the meeting

The Polish-German duel will take place on May 19. The competition is scheduled to start at 2 pm, and the meeting will be available on Canal + Sport and on the Canal + Online service. We also invite you to follow our live coverage on Sports.

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The pole is doing very well in the stadiums of Strasbourg. In the 1/16 finals, the 30-year-old confidently defeated Russian Warwara Gracieva (71 WTA player) 6:3, 6:0, never losing her assists. In the next match, Linette faced a player from Great Britain – Heather Watson (105th WTA). The Polish performed very well and won 6:1, 6:1 in an hour and ten minutes. Interestingly, the British, like the former competitor of the 30-year-old, did not have a chance to break Lynette. In addition, the Polish woman showed an unprecedented balance in winning points after the first service – she was 100% effective.

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The 30-year-old will fight Kerber in the semi-finals. The German woman of Polish descent confidently reached the quarter-finals in Starsburg. In the 1/16 Finals, WTA Ranking Leader Diane Barry (96 WTA) defeated 6:3 6:4. In turn, she won the 1/8 Finals with Aliaksandra Sasnowicz (45th WTA) after a very fierce battle 6:2, 3 : 6, 6: 4.

While Kerber and Linette have been competing on the courts for many years, they have never played against each other. Thursday’s match will be their first meeting.