Sport Australian Open: Barty and serene Krejcikova

13:12  23 january  2022
13:12  23 january  2022 Source:   sports.fr

Krejcikova comes back from afar!

 Krejcikova comes back from afar! © Provided by Sports.co.uk Tennis - WTA - Sydney: a finish Krejcikova - Badosa The final of the Sydney tournament will oppose two of the favorites Barbora Krejcikova and Paula Badosa. Series head number 5, the Spanish ranked at the Ninth World Range corrected (6-2, 6-2) Russian Daria Kasatkina in the second semifinal. Krejcikova can not say as much. The Czech, number 3 series head, was very scared facing another head of Anett Kontaveit series before getting out, almost miraculously.

Tennis – Open d’Australie (F) : Barty et Krejcikova en quarts de finale, pas Badosa et Sakkari © Provided by Sports.fr Tennis - Australian Open (F): Barty and Krejcikova in the quarterfinals, and not Badosa Sakkari

Ashleigh Barty did not disappoint her public. World No. 1, took a step closer to a first Grand Slam title at home. For this, the native of Ipswich took the best two-round Amanda Anisimova. From the first game, the Australian has pressured the US but the latter ruled out a break point before missing an opportunity to take his opponent's service. However, after failing to breaker in the fifth game, is in the seventh Ashleigh Barty made the difference. meanwhile Dismissing an opportunity débreak Amanda Anisimova, local step concluded the first inning on a shutout. However, the second started with a small event. After 63 service games won consecutively Ashleigh Barty was breakée to find himself led two games to nothing. However, the number 1 series of head response was immediate to go back up to the US. After this episode, the Australian rolled out his game and concluded the meeting with a series of four consecutive games won (6-4, 6-3 in 1:16 ').

Badosa claims Sydney tennis title

  Badosa claims Sydney tennis title Last year's experience in Australia was one to forget for Paula Badosa but the Spaniard has well and truly put it behind her with a WTA title in Sydney.The world No.9 recovered from a second-set let-down to beat French Open champion Barbora Krejcikova 6-3 4-6 7-6 (7-4) in two hours and 24 minutes on Ken Rosewall Arena on Saturday.

Krejcikova held its rank

Seeded No. 4, Barbora Krejčíková will of the appointment of the quarterfinals of the Australian Open. For this, the defending French Open title has largely got the better of Victoria Azarenka, 24th in the hierarchy. The Czech was quick took control of operations with the break in the third game and then, while she was never worried about his commitment, has strong addition just before concluding the first set on serve . Barbora Krejčíková then confirmed its upward with the break in the first game of the second set but, back to the wall, Victoria Azarenka reacted. After missing an opportunity reattached then removed a bullet double break, the Belarusian seized his chance to return to two games all ... but it was finally his latest stunt in the eighth round. Indeed, Barbora Krejčíková then pocketed four consecutive games to conclude the meeting in his first match point (6-2, 6-2 in 1h22 ').

Sakkari sounds Open warning to her rivals

  Sakkari sounds Open warning to her rivals Defending champion Naomi Osaka, French Open titleholder Barbora Krejcikova and fifth seed Maria Sakkari have all advanced to the Australian Open second round.Japanese titleholder Naomi Osaka, fourth-seeded French Open champion Barbora Krejcikova, fifth seed Sakkari and Tokyo Olympics gold medallist Belinda Bencic all swept to straight-sets wins on Monday.

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Badosa Keys surprises for a place in the last four, the Czech will have to do battle with Madison Keys. finalist of the US Open in 2017 dismissed his way the seeded number 8 Paula Badosa. The American started briskly meeting with the break in the first service game of the Spanish. Missing five times then double break, global 51st has shown patient to conclude the first set on a shutout. The second round, meanwhile, started with an exchange of breaks. While Madison Keys took a hard struggle the service Badosa Paula, the World 6th reacted immediately. A débreak which, unfortunately for her, was his last game won in this game. In the process, the US has shown its commitment untouchable and converted three of four break points to conclude in his first opportunity (6-3, 6-1 in 1:11 ').

Pegula dropped Sakkari Paula Badosa

is not the only member of the Top 10 worldwide to have fallen this Sunday in Melbourne. Opposed to Jessica Pegula, Maria Sakkari also said farewell to his title hopes in a Grand Slam. input speed socket with a white station wagon, the Greek was able to return to all three games before losing to new service. Managing to save a set point, the world number 8 has deleted his late break to take Jessica Pegula the decisive play. A tiebreak was one way as the American won seven consecutive points to lead the race. The second round started with missed opportunities to break for both players but it is Jessica Pegula that eventually differentiate to lead four games to one. then Assurant on serve, the World 21th went to get his second quarterfinal Grand Slam and his second straight in Melbourne (7-6, 6-3 in 1:37 ').

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