Anas Jabeur had a difficult match with Belgium’s Elise Mertens, but the Tunisian tennis player did not lose a set at Wimbledon 2022. The next match was won by German Jules Niemeyer.

Łukasz Iwanek

Anas Jaber

PAP / EPA / KIERAN GALVIN / Pictured: Ons Jabeur

In the previous rounds of Wimbledon, Anas Jabeur (WTA 2), Sweden’s Miriam Björklund, Katarzina Kawa and France’s Diane Barry were sent off without any problems. She had her first hard test on Sunday. Tunisia won 7:6 (9), 6:4 by Elise Mertens (WTA 31).

The Belgian player with 2:4 led to a tie-breaker. In it, she had five set balls, three of them at 6-3. Untapped opportunities took revenge on Mertens and Jabeur took the first set. And in the second match, Tunisia lost two matches of 2: 0. The party belongs to it. She broke through at 6:4 and made her second appearance in the Wimbledon quarter-final (2021).

In a match of 1 hour and 46 minutes, Jaber fired five aces and scored 21 out of 27 with her first pass. I used four of the seven point separator. Tunisia sent 33 final kicks with 34 unforced errors. Mertens was accused of directly winning 15 balls and 24 fouls. Another competitor to Jaber will be the Czech girl Marie Buzkova.

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Julie Niemeyer (WTA 97) won 6-2 6-4 Heather Watson (121). In the second set, the German returned from 0: 2. In 77 minutes, she exchanged four out of seven break opportunities. The meeting ended with 22 final blows with 17 unforced errors. The Briton had 13 straight victories and 17 fouls.

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Watson made her 42nd Grand Slam appearance in the single and advanced to the 1/8 Finals for the first time. Niemeyer reached the quarter-finals on her debut at Wimbledon. In the second round, she knocked out Estonian second seed Anett Kontaveit. This is the German women’s second start at the Grand Slam tournament. She qualified successfully for Roland Garros this year (gave seven matches to three opponents), then smashed the group by Sloane Stephens.

The next competitor to Niemeyer will be her compatriot Tatiana Maria. For the first time in 10 years, two German women will play in the Wimbledon semi-finals. In 2012, Andżelika Kerber won 6:3, 6:7 (7), 7:5 Sabina Lisicka.

ChampionshipsWimbledon (UK)
Grand Slam grass field total prize money 40.3 million pounds
Sunday 3 July

Fourth round of women’s singles match:

Anas Jaber (Tunisia, 3) over Elise Mertens (Belgium, 24) 7-6 (9) 6-4.
Julie Niemeyer (Germany) beat Heather Watson (Great Britain) 6-2 6-4

Women’s Wimbledon Program and Results

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