Croatian tennis player Petra Martić (Petra Martić) advanced to the semi-finals of the Rome WTA Tennis Championships last Friday. In an hour and a half of the game, after an hour and 40 minutes of the game, she was in the quarter-finals. Defeated the American Jessica Pegula (WTA-31st) 7:5, 6:4.
Matic served 3 times in the game, made two mistakes twice, saved 4 break points in 8 points, and scored 5 times the opponent’s serve. In the first serve, the Croatian tennis players scored 67% of the points, while the Americans scored 57%.
This is their fifth matchup and the fourth celebration of Petra Martić (Petra Martić), who is waiting in the semifinals for the world’s ninth tennis player, Karolina Priskova ( Karolina Pliškova) and Latvian Julia Ostapochenko (Wat-49th) winner of the competition.
So far, Martić has played six matches with Plišková and beat her four times. The Croatian tennis player won two victories in three mutual matches with Ostapenko.