Polish tennis players competed for another week in the ITF World Tennis Tour. This time, Anna Hertl, who played the first tournament in the 2022 season, showed a very good team.

Rafai Smolensky

Anna Hertle

PRESS MATERIAL / Lotus BZT Polish Tour / Pictured: Anna Hertel

Because of her studies at an American university, Anna Hertl cannot regularly participate in professional tournaments. This week, she competed in her first ITF-level event since October 2021 and came close to winning her first tournament. In the Slovenian town of Katez op Savi, she won four matches and only in the final was stopped by Vivian Wolf.

The road to Sunday’s final wasn’t easy. Already in the first round, Hertel was checked by the Slovakian Katarina Kuzmova. Then there were an amazing three hundred fights in the semi-finals with Frenchman Laia Petrich. The title match with Wolff lasted nearly three hours. In the third set the Warsaw player almost came back with a score of 1: 5. She had a break point in the 10th game, but the American defended herself and finished the match. Wolf finally won 6:2, 6:7 (0), 6:4.

Veronica Valkoska participated in a major ITF event in Brasov, Romania. And the Polish was eliminated in the first round of singles after losing to Swiss Joan Zuger 6: 0, 1: 6, 0: 6. Our tennis player performed better in doubles. Together with Veronika Erjavec she reached the final. In it, the Czech Jesika Maleckova and the Bulgarian Isabella Szinikowa turned out to be better.

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Orszola Radwijska had an unsuccessful start to the season on European grass. Although the Krakow player passed the ITF qualifier in Surbiton, she scored only two first-round matches against Australian Arina Rodionoa. The Polish then decided to start qualifying for the WTA 250 Championships in Nottingham, but on Saturday was knocked out in the first stage (more here).

Martina Kupka did not succeed in eliminating a meal in Brescia, Italy. In the doubles, the Polish and the Dutch Isabelle Haverlag finished their performance in the quarter-finals. Daria Kucher, who spent another year studying in the United States, decided to start at Rancho Santa Fe in America. However, our tennis player did not manage to win the match neither in singles nor in doubles.

The gentlemen did not have noticeable results this week. Mikowaj Blinkevich, Bartomij Andrzeczak and Mateusz Kochakovsky did not qualify for the Finnish Vasa Championship. In turn, in the Spanish city of La Nucia, Adam Kazmaric made his professional debut without success, as he was eliminated in the first round of qualifying and the first stage of the doubles championship.

From Monday to Sunday, May 30 – June 5
ITF Championship results and programme:

Women

Surbiton (UK), 100,000 dollars, grass pitches

First round of singles:

Arina Rodionowa (Australia) – Urszula Radwańska (Poland, Q) 6-0, 6-2

Brescia (Italy) $60,000, clay courts

Quarter-final doubled:

Giulietta Saner (Sweden) / Julia Trzyska (Bulgaria) v Martina Kupka (Poland, 4) / Isabel Haverlag (Netherlands, 4) 6-2, 5-7, 11-9

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First round of doubles:

Martina Kupka (Poland, 4) / Isabelle Haverlag (Netherlands, 4) Free Fate

Brasov (Romania) $60,000, clay courts

First round of singles:

Joanne Zuger (Switzerland, 7) beat Wironica Valkoska (Poland) 0-6, 6-1, 6-0.

My husband is final:

Jesika Maleckova (Czech Republic, 2) / Isabella Szinikowa (Bulgaria, 2) – Weronika Falkowska (Poland, 4) / Veronika Erjavec (Slovenia, 4) 7-6 (5), 6-3

Double the semi-finals:

Veronica Valkoska (Poland, 4) / Veronika Erjavik (Slovenia, 4) – Judis Chong (Hong Kong, 1) / Lara Salden (Belgium, 1) 6-2, 6-1

Quarter-final doubled:

Wironica Valkoska (Poland, 4) / Veronika Irjavik (Slovenia, 4) – Ocean Babel (France) / Lucy Nguyen Tan (France) 6-2, 6-3

First round of doubles:

Wironica Valkoska (Poland, 4) / Veronika Irjavik (Slovenia, 4) – Andrea Elena Iordacci (Romania) / Stefana Lazar (Romania) 6-1, 6-1

Rancho Santa Fe (USA) 15,000 dollars, hard court

First round of singles:

Jiangsu Han (China) Petit Daria Kucher (Poland) 6:4, 6:4

First round of doubles:

Anita Sahdegua (Ukraine) / Sabina Zenaloa (Ukraine) – Daria Kucher (Poland) / Celina Atay (Turkey) 6:7 ​​(5), 6:4, 10-8

Katez op Savi (Slovenia) $15,000, clay courts

singles final:

Vivian Wolf (USA) beat Anna Hertel (Poland) 6-2, 6-7 (0), 6-4.

Singles semi-finals:

Anna Hertel (Poland) – Laia Petrich (France) 7-6 (4) 5-7 6-3

Quarter-finals singles:

Anna Hertel (Poland) – Ivana Sebestova (Czech Republic) 6:4, 6:4

Second round of singles:

Anna Hertel (Poland) – Jana Bogović (Serbia) 6-0 6-2

First round of singles:

Anna Hertl (Poland) beat Katarina Kuzmova (Slovakia) 5-7, 6-3, 6-4

men

La Nucia (Spain) $25,000, clay courts

First round of doubles:

Inigo Cervantes Huigon (Spain, 1) / Oriol Roca Batala (Spain, 1) – Adam Kaczmarek (Poland, World Cup) / Arinoy Luythi (Switzerland, WC) 6:1, 6:1

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Vasa (Finland) 15,000 dollars, hard court

First round of doubles:

Beczan Atlangeriew / Matwej Minin – Mateusz Kułakowski (Poland) / Jan Kobierski (Austria) 3:6, 6:3, 10-8

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