It looks like this may be the Kori Goff Championship. After defeating Tunisia Jabr 6:3 and 6:1 in the fourth round, he became the youngest Grand Slam quarter-final player in 15 years. The 17-year-old American faced Barbara Krechkova in the quarterfinals with nine consecutive victories. The last time she lost in a game in Rome, she played better with Iga Świątek. But let’s go back to Paris, where Kreichkova defeated Sloan Stephens of the US team 6-2, 6-0 in the fourth round (59th WTA). What happened on Wednesday?
The first set was very balanced, although it started with Goff’s advantage (3:0). The Czech team tied the score 3-3, and Krečkova won 7 (8): 6 (6). In the second set, the 17-year-old player seemed to be smashed smoothly. She had already lost 0:5, but unexpectedly won three games in a row. But in the end the Czech team won 6:3 and the game lasted for nearly two hours.
In the final clash, Krečkova will face Iga Sivitk, who has played twice with her and won twice. -She is very uncomfortable, she is normal at the bottom of the court. The fact that Iga maintains a positive balance with her does not mean that this will be an easy meeting-Tomasz Świątek recently argued. Iga’s father is right. It is worth mentioning that Krečkova recently defeated the last French Open finalist Sophia Kenin 6:1, 6:4.
But behind him, Iga will consider competing with the Czech woman, and then at around 1:30 on Wednesday afternoon, the Polish woman will face Maria Sakari of Greece. -She is the champion defender for a reason. Let’s practice here together before the game. Iga is a charming girl and an amazing tennis player-Sakari said of this Polish woman.
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