Magda Linette There is no good winning streak recently. A week ago, she was eliminated in the WTA 500 Championship in Charleston. After three games, she lost to American player Amanda Anisimova (39th WTA) 7:5:2:6:3:6. The Colombian (ranked 135 in the WTA) was in a good mood and flew to Charleston, but on Sunday, she won the first championship of the main series. The tennis player ranked 185th in the world rankings and defeated Tamara Zidansek from Slovenia (81st WTA) in the final.
The first jewel of Tuesday’s game already foreshadows great emotions. Magda Linette only received service from the 19-year-old competitor on her fifth chance. However, the Poles did not perform well from a 2-0 lead. She was broken twice, and the 2019 U.S. Youth Open champion won 5-2.
In the second set, neither player was watching their app all the time. There are up to seven service outages. However, Linette lost her application time and time again and achieved decisive victories. Among them, Linette is already in a comfortable state, because she has a 5:3 lead. But since then, she has lost four consecutive games.
In the second round, Maria Camila Osorio Serrano will face Christina McHale of the United States (91st WTA).