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Iga Świ willtek will play in the first round against German Mona Barthel, who was already defeated in 2018 at the ITF Championship in Prague. If he overcomes this obstacle, he will play against Spain’s Paula Padusa or France’s Kristina Mladenovic. The most famous competition in the neighborhood where the Polish woman was found is Naomi Osaka. Our tennis player may find her in the quarter-finals.

Magda Lynette was not so lucky. Her first-round opponent was Arina Sabalenka, with the Belarusian title, seeded No. “3”. The two players had already faced each other in the Tianjin WTA Championships in 2018 and the Polish player’s rival was even better. It is also worth noting that Linette is the second start at the Olympics, because in 2016 she competed in Rio de Janeiro.

The Olympic tennis tournament takes place from July 24 to August 1. The exact dates of the women’s matches in Poland are not yet known.

Draw results:

Ashleigh Barty (Australia, 1) – Sarah Sorribes (Spain)

Fiona Ferro (France) – Anastasia Sevastova (Latvia)

Anna-Lena Friedsam (Germany) – Heather Watson (Great Britain)

Sarah Irani (Italy) – Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Republic of China, 13)

Belinda Benesi (Switzerland, 9) – Jessica Pegula (USA)

Misaki Doi (Japan) vs Renata Zarazu (Mexico)

Leila Annie Fernandez (Canada) – Diana Gastremska (Ukraine)

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Zarina Degas (Kazakhstan) – Barbora Krijkova (Czech 8)

Arina Sabalenka (Belarus, 3) – Magda Linate (Poland)

Caroline Garcia (France) – Donna Vekic (Croatia)

Mayar Sherif (Egypt) – Rebecca Peterson (Sweden)

Samantha Stosur (Australia) – Jelena Rybakina (Kazakhstan 15)

Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic, 10) – Jasmine Paolini (Italy)

Ivana Jorovic (Serbia) – Alison van Uytvanck (Belgium)

Veronica Sebidi Roig (Paraguay) vs Qiang Wang (China)

Weronika Kudermetowa (Republic of China) – Garbine Muguruza (Spain, 7)

Karolina Pliskova (Czech Republic, 5th) – Alize Cornet (France)

Carla Suarez (Spain) – Anas Jaber (Tunisia)

Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia) – Jelena Wesenina (Republic of China)

Camila Giorgi (Italy) – Jennifer Brady (USA, 11)

Maria Sakkari (Greece, 14) – Annette Kontaveit (Estonia)

Nina Stojanovic (Serbia) – Now Hibino (Japan)

Yaroslava Szuedova (Kazakhstan) – Agla Tomljanovic (Australia)

Laura Siegemund (Germany) – Elina Switoiina (Ukraine, 4)

Iga Schwichtek (Poland, 6 years old) – Mona Barthel (Germany)

Paula Padusa (Spain) vs Kristina Mladenovic (France)

Julia Putintseva (Kazakhstan) – Nadia Podroska (Argentina)

Ekaterina Alexandroua (Republic of China) – Elise Mertens (Belgium, 12)

Kiki Bertens (Netherlands, 16) – Marketa Vondrosova (Czech Republic)

Mihaela Buzarnescu (Romania) – Alison Riske (USA)

Maria Camila Osorio Serrano (Colombia) – Victoria Golubic (Switzerland)

Saisai Zheng (China) – Naomi Osaka (Japan, 2)

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