Women’s Tennis Rome Open ‘Affair’… world top 10 ordeal
Sibiong Tech, the world’s 2nd to 5th ranked player in the round
of 16 and frustrated, has risen to the round of 16 and is experiencing a series of surprises at the Rome Open of the Women’s Professional Tennis (WTA). The top of the world rankings is suffering.
World No. 5 Koko Goff (USA) defeated No. 38 Marie Buzkova (Czech Republic) 1-2 (6-4, 2-6) in the third round (round of 32) of the Rome Open singles, which ended in Rome, Italy on the 15th (Korean time). , 2-6). This is the third time Buzkova has beaten a player within the top 5 of the world rankings, and the first time on her clay court. “She took the first set, but she didn’t give up and she thought she could win,” Buzkova said shortly after her victory카지노사이트. “When I play here, I get energy from the crowd,” she said. .
America’s Coco Goff. AP Newsis
Maria Sakari (Greece), ranked 8th in the world, lost 0-2 (5-7, 3-6) to Marketa Bondrusova (Czech Republic), ranked 70th. Caroline Garcia (France), ranked 4th in the world, lost to Camilla Osorio (Colombia), ranked 100th, 0-2 (4-6, 4-6).
Previously, Arina Sabalenka (Beluras), 2nd in the world rankings, and Jessica Pegula (USA), 3rd in the world ranking, were eliminated side by side in the second round. Sabalenka and Pegula passed the first round with a bye, and the second round was her first match.
On the other hand, Iga Sibiong Tech (Poland), the world’s No. 1, cruised. Sibiong Tech defeated 68th place Lesia Tsurenko (Ukraine) 2-0 (6-2, 6-0) and advanced to the round of 16. Sibiongtech passed the first round with a bye, and in the second round, it defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Russia) 2-0 (6-0, 6-0).