Amazing things happened on Tuesday at the WTA 500 Championships in Eastbourne! Spaniard Paula Padusa and Greek Maria Sakkari were excluded from play, and the tennis players were ranked first and second, respectively.

Łukasz Iwanek

Paul Bados

Getty Images / Paula Badusa

On Tuesday in Eastbourne, round two was nearly complete (the Jill Teichmann and Harriet Dart match was interrupted by darkness). The third day of the tournament provided great emotions. Paul Bados (WTA 4), who lost 4:6, 3:6 to Judy Bragg (WTA 169), was eliminated. There was one break in the first set that the Briton got at 5:4. In the second game the Spaniard came close to 3:4 with 0:4, but lost two more matches. Burrage achieved her first career win over the Top 10 Tennis Players.

Within 73 minutes, the Briton scored 24 of 30 points with her first pass. I saved two of my three break points and used four of my 13 breakout chances. Borg will face Beatriz Haddad Maya in the quarter-finals. The Brazilian has an 11-0 balance match on turf this year.

Maria Scari (WTA 5) lost 6:3, 5:7, 4:6 with Anhelina Kalinina (WTA 36). In the two-hour and eight-minute match, the two players scored four breaks. The Greek (92-90) scored two more points. Now the Ukrainian player can boast of two victories over the top 10 tennis players. Last month in Madrid, I got rid of Garbine Muguruza.

Watch the video: #dziejesiewspsport: She was going under the basket and all of a sudden… something amazing!

See also  England-Denmark: Denmark coach: "Everything is for England." Euro 2020

Defending champion Jelena Ostapenko (WTA 14) beat Ajla Tomljanović (WTA 45) 6:4, 6:4 in 77 minutes. In the first set, the Latvian won four consecutive games of 2:4. Throughout the match, the 2017 winner Roland Garros used four of his five break points. Ostapenko’s next opponent will be Madison Keys (WTA 24), who traded six out of 11 break opportunities, winning 6:4, 6:3 with Lauren Davis (WTA 102).

Petra Kvitova (31 WTA) 6:1, 7:6 (1) won by Donna Vekic (WTA 93). In 72 minutes, the Czech sent 11 aces and got 35 out of 39 points with her first pass. The 2011 and 2014 Wimbledon champion scored two break points and used two of the three chances.

Rothesay International Eastbourne, Eastbourne (UK)
WTA 500, grass field, total prize money of 757.9 thousand. dollar
Tuesday June 21

Second round of singles:

Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia, 8): beat Agla Tomljanovic (Australia) 6-4, 6-4.
Madison Keys (USA, 11) vs Lauren Davis (US) 6-4, 6-3
Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic 14) Donna Vekic (Croatia) won 6-1 7-6 (1).
Jodi Borg (UK, Korea) beat Paula Padusa (Spain, 1) 6-4, 6-3
Anhelina Kalinina (Ukraine) beat Maria Skari (Greece 3) 3-6, 7-5, 6-4
Jill Tishman (Switzerland, 10) – Harriet Dart (UK, WC) 6:7 ​​(7), 6:4 *complete

Read also:
An unexpected competitor to Magda Lynette. Czech heroes at sea!
What an exciting story! Magda Lynette’s Amazing Marathon

Watch Iga Świątek matches on CANAL + and on canalplus.com

Will Paula Padusa become the leader of the arrangement?

Vote if you want to see results

See also  Prime Minister Boris Johnson asks UEFA to move the LM final to England

Report an error

WP SportoweFakty