Badosa comes back against Teichmann to get into the round of 16

Paula Badosa offered a hopeful display of character and maturity to overcome a match in which she almost always led the initiative against Jill Teichmann and qualify for the round of 16 of the Mutua Madrid Open, his best result, by far, in the Spanish WTA 1,000. The Catalan born in New York 23 years ago armed herself with patience before the contemporary Swiss, which is trained by the extenistas of the Navy Beto Martín and Arantxa Parra, and won by 5-7, 6-1 and 6-2. On Monday she will face the Latvian Anastasija Sevastova, who could with the British Johanna Konta (double 6-3).

Badosa always proposed the rhythm of the match against an opponent who defended very well and failed very little in the first set. Teichmann also knew how to counterattack and thus took the set after Paula had gone ahead twice and served to win with 5-4. From there, he absolutely dominated the game and the scoreboard and passed over the Swiss, To which he had already won twice, this year in Miami, when Jill retired due to injury in the first set, and twice in Seoul (double 6-4).

Armed with her good service and with that decisive right that allows her to dictate directions, Badosa It grew with the passing of the minutes and the support of the public of the Manolo Santana. Teichmann committed nine double faults and lost precision, with which his errors increased to the relief of the Spanish, who, very intoned and confident, He walked inexorably towards an important triumph that can give him a lot of confidence in a tournament that has turned him into a sweet tooth.

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