In the evening, at the 2022 Grand Slam Wimbledon, there was no surprise. Greek tennis player Maria Skari expelled Bulgarian tennis player Victoria Tomoa.

Łukasz Iwanek

Maria Scary

PAP / EPA / IAN Langsdon / Pictured: Maria Scari

Several women’s tennis stars were bid farewell to Wimbledon on Wednesday. This group does not include Maria Scarry (WTA 5), who defeated Victoria Tomoa 6:4, 6:3 (WTA 112). The Greek woman had no great difficulty in finishing her promotion. In the ninth game of the second set, the fifth match ball was used.

Within 76 minutes, Scary fired five aces and scored 22 of 30 points with her first pass. She regained three of the four break points and used four of the 13 breakout chances. The Greek lady finished the match with a score of 22 hits per kick with 27 unintentional fouls. Tomowa has 11 straight wins and 15 fouls. Another competitor to Scari will be German Tatiana Maria.

Kaja Jovan (WTA 62) beat Dalma Jelfi (WTA 89) with a score of 7:5, 6:3. There was a lot of ups and downs in the first group. The start was for the Slovenian, who scored 3-0. Later, the Hungarian came out on top with five straight matches. At 5:4 and 40-0, Gilvy had three set balls. Jovan defended herself and crushed her opponent’s resistance. There was one break in the second set, which the Slovenian scored in 3:1.

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In the 82-minute match, Jovan scored 28 of 34 on the first pass and 12 of 14 on the net. Four of the 12 break points were used. Both tennis players had 23 final hits. The Slovenian only made 15 unforced errors and Gilvy made 30, and Jovan followed suit. In the first round, the 23rd seed was eliminated. Beatrice Haddad Maya. In recent weeks, the Brazilian has racked up a streak of 12 consecutive wins.

Irina Camelia Bijou (WTA 43) beat Elisabetta Coccarito 6:4, 6:4 (WTA 119). Within 80 minutes, the Romanian got a pass from the Italian three times and in the second round will be a competitor to Latvian Jelena Ostapenko. Diane Barry (WTA 77) won 6:3, 6:2 with Mai Hontama (WTA 139). In the 96-minute match, the French recovered 14 of their 16 break points and used five of their six breakout opportunities.

ChampionshipsWimbledon (UK)
Grand Slam grass field total prize money 40.3 million pounds
Wednesday 29th June

The second round of the women’s singles match:

Maria Sakkari (Greece, 5) – Victoria Tomoa (Bulgaria) 6:4, 6:3
Diane Barry (France) beat Mai Hontama (Japan, Q) 6-3 6-2
Irina-Camelia Peugeot (Romania) defeated Elisabetta Cocciareto (Italy) 6-4, 6-4.
Kaja Jovan (Slovenia) beat Dalma Galvi (Hungary) 7-5, 6-3

Women’s Wimbledon program and results

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