Croatian tennis player Petra Martić (Petra Martić) eliminated Argentine Nadia Podorska 3:6:6:1, 6:2 after playing for two hours, thus qualifying for the eighth of the WTA Tennis Championships in Rome. Strong.
After half an hour of the game, Martic lost the first set and Podorska took her first two serve games and led 4-0. The Croatian tennis player then started the game but failed to make up the difference and lost the first set 3:6.
In the second set, followed by a completely different version of Martic, he never lost again, and his opponent won twice. A similar situation happened in the third set. Podorska lost three games and Martic lost only once, and finally ended the game with his advantage.
Padosca sent 2 Aces in the game, Matic did not, but Argentina made 6 double mistakes. Martic had 71% success in the starting game, while her opponent was 48%. In addition, Matic also saved 9 of 12 broken goals.
This is the first match between Martić, who is ranked 25th in the WTA, and Podorska, the 44th tennis player in the world. In the quarter-finals, the Croatian tennis player will play against the 31st-ranked American tennis player Jessica Pegula. This will be their fifth meeting. So far, Croatian tennis players have celebrated three times. This is the last celebration held in Charleston in 2019.