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During the first three rounds of Wimbledon 2021, Iga Świątek (WTA 9) went through like a storm. The Polish woman gave a total of 13 gems to Taiwanese Su-Wei Hsieh, Russian Vera Zwonariowa and Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu. On Monday, she faced a difficult task, as she found Anas Jaber (WTA 24) well-behaved. Swiatek returned in the first set with 3:5, but eventually lost 7:5, 1:6, 1:6 and will not play in the quarter-finals.
In the opening match, Świątek made a request with a forehand. Later, it worked better, although it was not effective on the important points. Meanwhile, Jaber introduced a very diverse range of tennis, using alternating plays. I used abbreviations, lobes, and slides. All of this, combined with aggressive and meticulous play from the finish line and wit at the net, caused major problems for ŚwiŚtek.
In the fourth game, Bulka got three points for breaking the pace, but in the first game she came back again, and Jaber’s two more points defended with a powerful forehand that led to a foul. However, the breakthrough did not go away, it came a little later. schweteke surprised her opponent with a good return and tied 3:3. Jaber took the floor again, using a break point at 4:3 with a combination of back-to-line and forehand strikes.
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Tunisia kept the pass at 5:3, but the attack was later launched by Shefitak, who was attacking more freely, who turned the fate of the first set in great style. In the tenth match, Polka showed several excellent returns. Jaber could not stand the tension. She saved three break points, but made two double faults and returned the pass. The party continued. In the 12th inning I got the set ball and used it with a great backhand on the line.
In the second game in wiątek, there was a little tension. A minute pass gave Jaber a 1-0 break. In short, Tunisia took a 2-0 lead. The late pole was unable to play it, got angry, and hit the racket with the net bar. Meanwhile, the Arab woman played like a trance. A double cross with a big forehand allowed her to get a break at 3:0.
After defending three break points (winner serve, ace and crush), Jabeur moved up to 4-0. The dashing Tunisian played hard and smart, entangling fast, cross and line balls and cutting edge balls. Swiatek found no way to break the dominance of her opponent, who made excellent use of the geometry of the court. Jaber made another breakthrough. The group’s score was created at 6:1 by the impressive shorthand from the yield.
Swiatek made a lot of mistakes on her forehands and her serve wasn’t doing well. In the fourth of the third inning, I missed twice. At the decisive moments, Jaber was able to show high-quality tennis, and there was a reluctance in the actions of the Polish woman. The Tunisian defended herself excellently, displaying deadly counter-attacks and launching massive attacks.
Jaber defended two break points and raised it to 4:1 with the winning serve. Hit a great backhand that has a 5:1 breakout chance. I used it with a very good return. Jaber did not lose focus even for a moment. The match ended in the seventh inning with an ace.
In a match of 1 hour and 41 minutes, Jaber sent nine aces, and Levitic only had two. Pole scored only 14 out of 37 points with her second pass. Tunisia grabbed 39 balls out of 52 in its first match. She took advantage of all 7 breakout opportunities and saved 12 of her 15 break points. The Arab woman sent 30 final lashes with 23 non-forced errors. The Poles scored 20 straight wins and 27 fouls.
For wiątek this was his second Wimbledon appearance. In 2019, she was eliminated from the first round. The Polish women are still in the quarter-finals of the Grand Slam tournaments, after Roland Garros 2020 and 2021. At the Australian Open 2020 Jaber was the first Arab tennis player in history to qualify for a Grand Slam quarter-final. Now I have broken another barrier and scored such a result in London. Recently in Birmingham she won the title of her premiere in the main series. She won the WTA Championship as the first Arab woman.
At the subsequent second Grand Slam tournament, Jaber dealt with the Polish tennis player. In the third round of the Roland Garros tournament, Magda Lynette won 3:6, 6:0, 6:1. On Tuesday, Tunisia will play Belarusian Arina Sabalenka in the Wimbledon semi-finals.
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