Maja Chwalińska’s comeback was last week’s ITF World Tennis Tour event. The Whites and the Reds have achieved remarkable results in recent days.

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PRESS MATERIAL / LOTOS PZT POLISH TOUR / Pictured: Maja Chwalińska

At the end of June, Maja Chualinska saddened fans when she admitted that she could not deal with health problems and that she was suffering from depression. Dąbrowianka decided to suspend her career. However, the break with tennis was short-lived. At the beginning of October, the Polish women played their first matches on professional courts.

In Portuguese, Loule Chwalińska failed to beat Taiwanese Joanna Garland (6:7, 1:6) in the first round of singles. Then she played in doubles, along with Latvian Diana Marcinkevika, but also withdrew on the first stage. Weronika Falkowska passed the qualifiers, but in the main tournament the Ukrainian, anna Poznichirenko, turned out to be better than her. Alexandra Gillio competed in the playoffs without success.

Martyna Kubka showed a very good performance in Cherbourg. After successful qualifying, she won three matches in the main category, and only in the semi-finals was stopped by French qualifying Ameline Dartron. Kubka reached this stage of the tournament also in doubles, which she participated in with Belarusian Iryna Szymanowicz.

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Anna Hertel, who participates in the American island of Hilton Head, also achieved the semi-finals. Ranked number four, the Polish women have not even lost a set in three matches. And in Sunday’s game only, American Katrina Stewart stopped her, with a “two” mark, winning 6:4, 7:6 (4).

Among the Polish tennis players, Wojciech Marek gave the best performance, reaching the quarter-finals in Monastir. His compatriot Veronica Bazak also participated in Tunisia, but failed on the main ladder. In Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh, Simon Keelan and Alan Bojjarski won a point in the ATP rankings, and Victor Bloom was eliminated from the qualifying round. In the doubles, Kelan and Michocha Mikucha reached the semi-finals.

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Maciej Rajski started unsuccessfully in Spain’s Platja d’Aro, Dawid Taczała and Mateusz Terczyński did not make it to the main category of the ITF Championship in Prague. Yann Wójcik played in Bulgarian Sozopol, who fought three hundred in the first round but lost a fight with host representative Anthony Gino.

Monday to Sunday, October 4-10
ITF tournament results and schedule:

Women

Cherbourg (France) $25,000 + h, hard court in the hall

Singles semi-finals:

Emlin Darton (France) b Martina Kopka (Poland, Q) 6-4 6-4

Singles Quarterfinals:

Martyna Kubka (Poland, Q) – Indy de Vroom (Netherlands, 3) 7:6 (4), 4:2 and retired

Second round of singles:

Martina Kupka (Poland, Q) beat Bianca Turati (Italy, 8) 6-1 3-6, 6-4.

First round of singles:

Martina Kupka (Poland, Q) beat Lucy Nguyen Tan (France, World Cup) 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 (3).

Double the semi-finals:

Estelle Cassino (France, 1) / Camila Rosatello (Italy, 1) – Martina Kupka (Poland, 4) / Irina Zimanovic (Belarus, 4) 6-2, 7-6 (8)

My husband quarter-finals:

Martina Kupka (Poland, 4) / Irina Zimanovic (Belarus, 4) – Emeline Darton (France) / Margot Rofroy (France) 7-5, 6-3

First round of doubles:

Martina Kupka (Poland, 4) / Irina Zimanovic (Belarus, 4) Free Fate

Luli (Portugal) 25,000 dollars, hard court

First round of singles:

Joanna Garland (Taiwan, World Cup) beat Maja Chualinska (Poland) 7-6 (6), 6-1.
Żanna Poznichirenko (Ukraine, Q) – Weronika Falkowska (Poland, Q) 6-3, 6-1

My husband quarter-finals:

Despina Papamisel (Greece, 2) / Natalia Stefanovic (Serbia, 2) – Wironica Valkoska (Poland) / Anna Kopariwa (Belarus) 6:3, 6:4

First round of doubles:

Wironica Valkoska (Poland) / Anna Kopariwa (Belarus) v Sheho Akita (Japan) / Emily Webley Smith (UK) 6-2, 6-3

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Tina Cvetkovic (Slovenia) / Pja Lovrec (Slovenia) v Maja Chualinska (Poland, 3) / Diana Marcinkevica (Latvia, 3) 7-5, 6-4

Monastir (Tunisia) 15,000 dollars, hard court

First round of singles:

Natsume Kawaguchi (Japan) beat Wironika Paszak (Poland, Q) 6-3, 6-0

My husband quarter-finals:

Petra Marcinko (Croatia) / Sebastian Schleboti (Switzerland) v Wironika Paszak (Poland, 4) / Chantal Sovant (Germany, 4) 6:4, 6:3

First round of doubles:

Wironika Paszak (Poland, 4) / Chantal Supant (Germany, 4) – Emma van Poppel (Netherlands) / Mitchana Shabraichwa (Russia) 3:6, 6:2, 10-7

Hilton Head Island (USA), $15,000, clay courts

Singles semi-finals:

Katrina Stewart (2 USA) beat Anna Hertel (Poland 4), 6-4, 7-6 (4).

Singles Quarterfinals:

Anna Hertel (Polska, 4) – Katja Wiersholm (US) 6-2, 6-1

Second round of singles:

Anna Hertel (Poland, 4) beat Maria Aran Teixedo Garcia (Spain) 6-2, 6-3

First round of singles:

Anna Hertel (Polska, 4) – Alessandra Crump (USA, s) 6:0, 6:3

men

Monastir (Tunisia) 15,000 dollars, hard court

Singles Quarterfinals:

Guy den Auden (Netherlands, 8) by Wojciech Marek (Poland, 4) 6-4 7-5

Second round of singles:

Marek Gesich (Poland, 4) – Wissam Abderrahmane (Tunisia) 6-2, 6-4

First round of singles:

Wojciech Marek (Poland, 4) – Viktor Jovic (Serbia, World Cup) 7-6 (6), 6-4

My husband quarter-finals:

Pierre-Yves Bailly (Belgium, WC) / Steve Darcis (Belgium, WC) – Wojciech Marek (Poland, 4) / Lukas Neumayer (Austria, 4)

First round of doubles:

Wojciek Marek (Poland, 4) / Lukas Neumayer (Austria, 4) – Ajit Ray (New Zealand) / Valentin Vachero (France) 6:4, 3:6, 10-7

Sozopol (Bulgaria) 15,000 dollars, hard court

First round of singles:

Anthony Gino (Bulgaria, WC) – Yann Wójcik (Poland, Q) 6-3, 2:6, 7:6 (5)

My husband quarter-finals:

Sarp Agabegon (Turkey, 4) / Peter Goldsteiner (Austria, 4) – Jan Wojcic (Poland) / Alessandro Procopio (Italy) 6-2, 6-4

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First round of doubles:

Yann Wójcik (Poland) / Alessandro Procopio (Italy) – Samuil Konow (Bulgaria) / Ilja Snitari (Moldova) 3:6, 6:3, 10-8

Platja d’Aro (Spain) $15,000, clay courts

First round of doubles:

Theo Arebj (France) / Florent Pax (France) – Maciej Rajski (Poland) / Rimbi Kawakami (Japan) 6-1, 6-3

Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt) 15,000 dollars, hard court

Second round of singles:

Lorenzo Bocci (Italy, 1) Simon Keelan (Poland) won 7-6 (1) 6-1.
Alessandro Ragazzi (Italy, 6) b Alan Pojrski (Poland, Q) 6-3 6-4

First round of singles:

Shimon Kelan (Poland) – Alexandros Skourelas (Greece) 6:4, 6:2
Alan Pojarski (Poland, Q) – Abdullah Genedi (Egypt, WC) 6:2, 2:6, 6:0
Romain Faucon (Belgium) – Misha Mikocha (Poland) 6:1, 6:4

Double the semi-finals:

Cesar Crito (Romania, 2) / Wołodymir Usłowski (Ukraine, 2) – Szymon Kielan (Poland) / Michał Mikuła (Poland) 6:1, 7:6 (7)

My husband quarter-finals:

Szymon Kielan (Poland) / Michał Mikuła (Poland) – Prajwal Dev (India, 3) / Nitin Kumar Sinha (India, 3) 6:4, 6:4

First round of doubles:

Szymon Kielan (Poland) / Michał Mikuła (Poland) – Roman Naszatyrkin (Russia) / Leonid Sheyngezikht (Bulgaria) 7:5, 6:1

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