•   
  •   
  •   

Offbeat Tennis - WTA - Indian Wells: Kerber and Kalinskaya in eighth

00:15  12 october  2021
00:15  12 october  2021 Source:   sport365.fr

Nur-Sultan: Van Uytvank plump the

 Nur-Sultan: Van Uytvank plump the atmosphere © provided by Sports.co.uk Tennis - WTA - Nur-Sultan: Van Uytvank wins its fifth Title a final between the two best-class players of the tournament, whose second best player in the country. The organizers of the WTA tournament of Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, which was the first edition, could not dream better. They would probably have preferred that Kazakh Yulia Putinseva (47th) go to the end of the competition, but it is the Belgian Alison van Uytvank (89th) which raised the trophy.

angelique kerber © Panoramic Angelique Kerber

Entrance exit to Ostrava During his latest tournament, Angelique Kerber continues on the other hand at Indian Wells. Monday, in 16mes de finale, the German had to fight against Kasatkina, but she had the last word (6-2, 1-6, 6-4). Also qualification of Russian Anna Kalinskaya, 151st in the ranking and the result of qualifications.

The American soil obviously gives wings to Angelique Kerber. semi-finalist in Cincinnati before stopping in the round of a final at the US Open there also after a very beautiful course stopped by the future Finalist Leylah Fernandez, the German had drank the cup of entry on the other hand. September in Ostavra during his last tournament dated and also the only disputed elsewhere than the United States since his semifinal last July in Wimbledon. On these American lands that succeeded him well, the former world issue today's 15th in the rankings finds colors. Monday, she hoisted in the final round of this tournament she had reached the final two years ago. Faced with another headboard, Daria Kasatkina (n ° 20), 30th in the ranking, Kerber (No. 10) had to fight (6-2, 1-6, 6-4, 1:49 of the game).

Mailbag: The Case For More Mixed Doubles Events

  Mailbag: The Case For More Mixed Doubles Events The competition itself is fun and entertaining, but the real value comes from what mixed doubles represents. A short vacation Mailbag….• RIP Mike DePalmer.• Been asked to pop this so I will….The great Roger Bennett and I had a swell time yakking about sports, politics, culture and 1980s on John Heilemann’s podcast.Onward…Have a question or comment for Jon? Email him at jon_wertheim@yahoo.com or tweet him @jon_wertheim.I was struck by how much fun it was to watch the Olympic mixed doubles and how great to have it be a high stakes event.

The sensation kalinskaya

she finally had the last word in a very tight round that saw the two players first have a lot of trouble keeping their involvement, before the third break of the German in the latter Set, at 3-3, is decisive. But a Russian can hide another at Indian Wells. And Anna Kalinskaya, despite a first set overlooked by Swiss Viktorija Golubic, 46th in the rankings, reversed (1-6, 6-1, 6-3) his adversary of the day to sign a new feat after his victory in turn Previous against Sorrikes Tormo continue his way. The 151st ranking, spent by qualifications, continues to create sensation. It will be opposed in eighths in Jabeur or Danielle Collins, while Kerber, she will face Tamara Zidansek.

Indian Wells (USA, WTA 1000, Hard Exterior, 7,024,656 €)

Tennis - ATP - Indian Wells: The painting (with qualified)

 Tennis - ATP - Indian Wells: The painting (with qualified) © Panoramic Indian Wells Illustration 2021 Discover the table of Indian Wells Masters 1000, which will start this Thursday, with Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas as heads of Series No. 1 and 2. Three French appear in the main table. postponed from March to October due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Indian Wells tournament passes from its usual first 1000 masters from the offshore season.

Title Holder (in 2019): Bianca Andreescu (CAN)

Third Tour

Ka.pliskova (RTC, N ° 1) - Haddad Maia (BRE, LL)

KONTAVEIT (East, N ° 18) - Andreescu (CAN, N ° 16)

Jabeur (Tun, N ° 12) - Collins (USA, N ° 22)

Kalinskaya (RUS, Q) BAT Golubic (SUI): 1-6, 6-1, 6-3

Krejcikova (RTC, N ° 3) - Anisimova (USA)

Badosa (ESP, N ° 21) - GAUFF (USA, N ° 15)

Kerber (ALL, N ° 10) BAT KASATKINA (RUS, N ° 20): 6-2, 1-6, 6-4

ZIDANSEK (SLO, N ° 26) - TOMLJANOVIC (AUS)

AZARENKA (BIE, N ° 27) BAT KVITOVA (RTC, N ° 7): 7-5, 6-4

SASNOVICH (BIE) BAT HALEP (ROU, N ° 11): 7-5, 6-4

Pegula (USA, N ° 19) Bat Paolini (ITA, LL): 6-4, 6-1

Svitolina (UKR, N ° 4) BAT CIRSTEA (ROU, N ° 32): 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 ( 3)

Rogers (USA) BAT BEGU (ROU): 6-0, 6-2

FERNANDEZ (CAN, N ° 23) BAT PAVLYUCHENKOVA (RUS, N ° 9): 5-7, 6-3, 6 -4

Ostapenko (Let, N ° 24) Bat Putinseva (Kaz): 6-3, 2-6, 6-3

SwItk (POL, N ° 2) BAT Kude Rhetova (Rus, No. 25): 6-1, 6-0

Badosa had the last word .
© provided by Sports.co.uk Tennis - WTA - Indian Wells: Badosa wins his second title at the end of a fight against Azarenka after Belgrade last May, Paula Badosa has no doubt writes the most beautiful page of his young career to Indian Wells . Opposite for its first final in WTA 1000 in Victoria Azarenka, who had the opportunity to become the most titled player on the Courts California, Spanish knew how to ignore his emotions to hit a great blow in this end of the season .

usr: 2
This is interesting!