The third day of the competition at Wimbledon did not go as expected for tennis players. Magda Linnett, Maja Chualinska and Katarzina Kawa lost their second round matches. The last of them surrendered 4: 6, 0: 6 classified with the number “3” Anas Jaber.

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Katarzina Kawa

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The Polish and Tunisian met for the second time in the Grand Slam competition. At the 2020 US Open, Jabeur was also the best, winning 6:2, 7:6 (6). If you were to look for similarities, you can notice that in both matches one group was much more than the other.

This time, the first edition of the competition offered more emotions. There was no gap between the players in standings on the field. Katarzina Kawa, who was ranked second, has repeatedly fallen short of the runner-up. Even a string of bleak returns allowed her to break her opponent and lead to a 2-2 draw. The 27-year-old Tunisian won the first two matches.

Then the game was point and gem for gem. It seems that a Polish woman can win one group of candidates to win the entire competition. However, from 4:4 onwards, everything changed.

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The coffee game gradually deteriorated, and the Polish woman fought not only her rival, but also her health. With the score 0:3 in the second game, our delegate requested medical help.

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However, the physiotherapist did not perform a miracle. The Polish girl was out, while Jaber felt more confident on the court. With an eight-game winning streak in a row, she concluded winning 6:4, 6:0 and promotion to the third round.

Tunisia is playing for the second time in the third round of Wimbledon. At the moment, her best result in London was last year’s quarter-final. At this year’s edition, she was aiming higher, and with the match with the pole, she confirmed that these are not false hopes.

ChampionshipsWimbledon (UK)
Grand Slam grass field total prize money 40.3 million pounds
Wednesday 29th June

Second round of singles:

Anas Jaber (Tunisia 3) beat Katarzina Kawa (Poland, Q) 6-4, 6-0

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