Offbeat Tennis - WTA - Toronto: Kasatkina is disillusioned, Cornet will face Andreescu

11:30  10 august  2022
11:30  10 august  2022 Source:   sport365.fr

WTA classification: Garcia becomes French n ° 1

 WTA classification: Garcia becomes French n ° 1 provided by Sports.fr Tennis - WTA classification: Garcia becomes a French number one is one of the players in the form of the moment. This Sunday, Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia won the ninth title of her career, on the side of Warsaw in Poland, her second of the year. Consequently, the Habs continues to progress in the WTA ranking. The new published this Monday shows that the Lyonnaise won thirteen positions to meet in the 32nd place in the world.

Daria Kasatkina © Panoramic Daria Kasatkina

titled last week in San José, Daria Kasatkina was disillusioned in the Toronto tournament. Tuesday, the Russian back on Monday in the world top 10 lost in two sets (7-6, 6-4) against the Canadian Bianca Andreescu, to whom will be opposed Alizé Cornet to the next round.

"In tennis, weeks ago where you arrive on a tournament, and no one can fight you, and others where you think you are in good shape when you lose in the first round." After his success in San José, Daria Kasatkina had recalled the hard law of sport, and in particular of her sport. Unfortunately for the Russian, that did not bring him luck, since this misadventure likely to arrive at all the players of the circuit, even at the top of their art or in the form of their life, the native of Togliatti has it Live Tuesday, precisely the day after his fifth title, won in California. Bianca Andreescu, however eliminated from the start in San José last week (by the American Shelby Rogers, beaten in the final by Kasatkina), indeed played an ugly tour of the one who had found the first ten worlds last Monday.

The Untold Truth Of The Man From Toronto

  The Untold Truth Of The Man From Toronto The Man from Toronto has a variety of behind the scenes details that fans might have missed. Here's the untold truth of the film.The film hit Netflix in June of 2022 and quickly rose in popularity among the streaming giant's own offerings. Little do most know that the film has had a troubled production timeline due to a confluence of events, such a lead actor backing out of the project as well as COVID-19 interfering with the film's projected schedule and platform. Those who enjoyed the film might be delighted to know, however, that the director mentioned in an interview with Netflix Life that he is hopeful for a continuation of what "The Man from Toronto" started.

Video: Toronto- First victory in 2022 for Serena Williams (Dailymotion)

Cornet is warned

stopped in his momentum after having chained five victories, The world world bowed in two sets (7-6, 6- 4) and 2h31 of play against the young Canadian 22 years who had returned to the foreground in June on the lawn of Bad Homburg, where the only Caroline Garcia, in the final, had managed to beat her. Solid, the old number 4 in the classification has come down since 53rd place has never been surprised by Kasatkina during this very tight part. The fault in particular in Andreescu, who could have prevailed more easily in the first set (she led 4-2 then 5-3) and finally had to wait for the decisive game to materialize (7-5) her domination. The ex-member of the top 10, on the other hand, suffered less to win the second round. While Alizé Cornet could expect to face Kasatkina, it was therefore finally in Bianca Andreescu that the Niçoise, falling Monday by Caroline Garcia, will rub the 2nd round.

Mountcastle HRs, surging Orioles beat struggling Jays 7-3 .
TORONTO (AP) — Ryan Mountcastle hit a two-run home run in his return to the lineup, Ryan McKenna had his first three-hit game and an RBI, and the surging Baltimore Orioles improved to 9-4 in August by beating the Toronto Blue Jays 7-3 Monday night. Baltimore (60-55) reached 60 wins in a season for the first time since going 75-87 in 2017. The Orioles didn’t win more than 54 games in any of the past three full seasons. The Orioles are fourth in the race for one of three AL wild-card spots.Mountcastle sat out Sunday’s loss at Tampa Bay after being hit on the left wrist by a pitch Saturday.

usr: 0
This is interesting!