Magdalena Fręch feels great eating a brick meal in Prague. On Saturday, the Polish tennis player was promoted to the finals of the ITF competition with a prize pool of 60,000. dollar.

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Magdalena Froch

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Two of the top-ranked Biao-Reds were in the competition in the Czech capital, but Katarzyna Kawa was eliminated in the second round. Magdalena Frosch works much better. The “first” tournament won four matches without losing a group and entered the final on Sunday.

Only 16-year-old Linda Noskova stood in the quarter-final duel. She is a very talented tennis player who won the ITF event with a prize pool of 60,000 last week. Dollars in Přerov. Only the first match, the fate of which was decided by a tie-breaker, was even. In the second set, our tennis player was better than a break twice and finally won 7:6 (6), 6:2.

However, in the semi-finals on Saturday, Fręch faced Diane Barry, who celebrated for eighth place. The duel with the 19-year-old Frenchman was not so difficult. Our tennis player has made four breakouts and only lost the serve once. Thanks to this, she won after 72 minutes 6:3, 6:3.

The Polish player took advantage of her high-ranking and ranking chance and will play in Sunday’s final. in a. At 11:00 a.m. she will be fighting for her second title in recent weeks, as she victorious in August on the hardcourt at American Concord (WTA Challenger rank). Czech Teresa Smetkova will be Froch’s opponent in the championship duel, who has moved from the three-stage qualifiers to the final. It was the representative of the owners of the land who defeated Al-Kuwa in the second round, despite the presence of two balls of defeat.

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Gorenje Prague open kitchenPrague (Czech Republic)
ITF Women’s World Tennis Tour, Clay Courts, 60K prize pool. dollar
Friday – Saturday, 3-4 September

Singles semi-finals:

Magdalena Froch (Poland, 1) – Diane Barry (France, 8) 6-3 6-3

Singles Quarterfinals:

Magdalena Froch (Poland, 1) – Linda Noskova (Czech Republic) 7:6 (6), 6:2

Other Polish tennis players also participated in the ITF tournaments this week. In Vienna, Martina Kupka, who partnered with the Brazilian Carolina Alves, won the doubles title. Our representative also went through the qualifiers for the singles tournament, but did not manage to win the match in the main arc.

Marcel Kamrovsky won two matches in Cairo and thanks to that he scored his first two points in the ATP rankings. In the Ukrainian Black Sea region, the premiere of this event was Philip Beszonka. In Slovak Jelena, Wojciech Marek was eliminated in the second round after a fight of three hundred. Jasza Szajrych did not qualify for the Czech Republic’s national side, as did Aleksandra Djelic at the Swiss Collonge-Bellerive.

Monday to Saturday, August 30 – September 4
ITF tournament results and schedule:


Vienna (Austria) $25,000, clay courts

First round of singles:

Eva Lys (Germany, Q) – Martyna Kubka (Poland, Q) 6:4, 6:4

My husband is final:

Martina Kupka (Poland, 1) / Carolina Alves (Brazil, 1) – Erika Andriiwa (Russia) / Jekaterina Kazionwa (Russia) 6:7 ​​(1), 6:4, 10-7

Double the semi-finals:

Martina Kupka (Poland, 1) / Carolina Alves (Brazil, 1) – Miriam Bianca Bulgaro (Romania, 4) / Senja Krause (Austria, 4) 2:6, 7:6 (4), 11-9

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My husband quarter-finals:

Martina Kupka (Poland, 1) / Carolina Alves (Brazil, 1) – Veronica Bokor (Austria) / Irina d’Austria (Austria) 6-0, 7-5

First round of doubles:

Martina Kupka (Poland, 1) / Carolina Alves (Brazil, 1)


Jelena (Slovakia) $15,000, clay courts

Second round of singles:

Mariano Navone (Argentina) bt Wojciech Marek (Poland, 7) 5-7 7-5 7-6 (4).

First round of singles:

Wojciek Maric (Poland, 7) – Andrzej Krajcic (Slovakia, World Cup) 6-0, 6-3

Cairo (Egypt) $15,000, clay courts

Singles Quarterfinals:

Alessandro Ragazzi (Italy) beat Poland by Marcel Kamrowski 6-4, 6-2

Second round of singles:

Marcel Kamrowski (Poland) – Amr Asrawi (Egypt) 6: 4, 2: 2 and retired.

First round of singles:

Marcel Kamrowski (Poland) – Louis Allen (Great Britain) 6-2 6-2

Chornomorsk (Ukraine), 15 thousand dollars, clay courts

Second round of singles:

Jan Bondarevsky (Russia, 5) – Filip Beszonka (Poland) 6:2, 6:2

First round of singles:

Filip Pichunka (Poland) beat Nicolo Pozzani (Italy, Q) 6-3, 6-2

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