Magda Linnett (WTA 52) made a big surprise on Sunday and in the first round she defeated one of the candidates for the tournament – Tunisian Anas Jabeur (WTA 9) 3:6, 7:5, 7:5. – I was pissed off because of this. The draw is for an hour. Later I felt completely light. The thought came that I was ready, I got rid of all my anger and I am now ready to win this match – admitted Linette in an interview with

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It was known that the easiest competitor was waiting for Lynette in the second round. Selected by Monday’s match: Martina Trevisan (Italy, WTA 59) – Harriet Dart (Great Britain, WTA 111). Trevisan won with confidence 6: 0, 6: 2. The Italian broke her opponent six times, losing her bid only once. The Italian girl had more winners (20-12) and I (17-29).

Trevisan continues its streak that it started in the final audition for Roland Garros. The Italian won the WTA 250 tournament on clay courts in Rabat. In the 1/8 finals, she defeated the two-time Grand Slam winner (Roland Garros 2016 and Wimbledon 2017) – Spain’s Garbina Muguruza (WTA 10) 2:6, 6:4, 6:1.

Trevisan feels best on clay. He has the best balance on them – 211 wins and 111 losses (67.6%). In the Grand Slam tournaments, the Italian women’s best result was the quarter-finals of Roland Garros in 2020. She then defeated Italian Camila Giorgi, American Cory Gauff and Greece’s Maria Sakkari, and was only stopped by Iga Švetik in the quarter-finals.

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At the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the US Open, she did not advance to the third round.

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The Linette-Trevisan match is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25th.