Incredible things happened in Guadalajara (250 World Tennis Championships). Australia’s Daria Savile and Emma Raducano played the longest match of the season. The top-ranked British tennis player scratched out in the third set.
PAP / EPA / Francisco Guasco / Pictured: Emma Raducano
The second day of the tournament in Guadalajara provided great emotion. Top seed was Emma Radocano (WTA 12), who ran the marathon with Daria Savile (WTA 610) in the first round. The Brits missed a 7:5, 3:0 lead and eliminated in the third set. Tennis players spent three hours and 36 minutes on the court. It’s the longest game of the season. Previously, this match was the confrontation between Danka Kovinic and Soo Jeong Jang at the Australian Open. The Montenegrin representative won in a ratio of 6:3, 2:6, 6:4 after three hours and nine minutes.
In the first set of Raducan it returned 1:3. Only the seventh set ball was used. In the second match, the British were 3-0 ahead. At 5:3, I worked to win. Savile, who has recovered from health issues, was the world’s 20th racketeer, breaking the tie, scoring six of the next seven points from 1-3.
There were also fluctuations in the third party. Both suffer from physical weakness. Savile suffered from cramps in her legs. Raducanu went out in 2:0 and took a three point break at 3:0, but lost 2:3 a few moments later. The US Open champion requested a medical break. During the eighth match, the British woman suffered scratches due to an injury to her left thigh.
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Sarah Sorribes (WTA 32) defeated Katie Volentes (WTA 155) 6:4, 6:1. In the first set, the Spanish defender came back from 2:4. In the two-hour and six-minute game, she saved five of her eight break points and scored six rest periods. In the second round, Sorribes will play against Magdalena Froch.
The encounter between Chloe Paquet (WTA 118) and Rebecca Masarova (WTA 142) had an incredible trajectory. The French came back 0:5 in the first set and won 7:5, 7:5. In the second game they made up for losing one break (from 2:4). She defeated Camila Osorio (WTA 45) 6:4, 6:3 and Victoria Tomoa (WTA 105). Within 82 minutes, the Colombian broke two break points and replaced two of his nine break points.
Abierto Akron ZapopanGuadalajara (Mexico)
WTA 250, hard court, 239.4k prize pool. dollar
Tuesday 22 February
First round of singles:
Sarah Sorribes (Spain, 3) beat Katie Volentes (USA, World Cup) 6-4, 6-1.
Camila Osorio (Colombia, 4) – Victoria Tomoa (Bulgaria) 6:4, 6:3
Daria Savile (Australia) – Emma Raducano (Great Britain, 1) 5:7, 7:6 (4), 4:3 retired
Xinyu Wang (China) – Miss Udvardi (Hungary) 6-4-4-6-6-1
Chloe Paquet (France) b Rebecca Massarova (Russia) 7-5, 7-5
Caroline Dolehide (US, Q) beat Lin Zhou (China) 4-6, 6-3, 6-4
Haley Baptiste (US, Q) b Victoria Kozmova (Slovakia, Q) 6-3, 6-3
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