Barty, Bencic, Sakkari and Swiatek advance the round without problems

Barty, Bencic, Sakkari and Swiatek advance the round without problems

Bencic overwhelms Trevisan

The Swiss did not give Italian Martina Trevisan options and beat easily in two relatively comfortable sets (6-3 and 6-1). In the first, the Italian stood up to him, but Bencic awarded it with two breaks of service, while in the second, the Swiss overwhelmed and was able to close the match with a 6-0 that was finally 6-1.

In the sixteenth he will face the winner of the match between Misaki Doi and Jessica Pagula.

Sakkari takes revenge on Siniakova

The Czech tennis player, Katerina Siniakova, had won the last two meetings against the Greek in 2018 and 2019, but this time the favorite did not disappoint. Sakkari put the match on track in the first set, in which he wasted several break points, and in the second he came back from the 2-0 with which the Czech had started and after three six consecutive games, in which he achieved three service breaks, he achieved the final 2-6.

With this victory (4-6 and 2-6), Sakkari advances to the round and will face the winner of the match they dispute Kvitova and Pliskova.

Barty defeats Tauson

The Australian tennis player got rid of the young Clara Tauson in two sets in a match that started relatively comfortably, but could be complicated in the second set (6-1 and 7-5). Ashleigh Barty rolled in the first set, but in the second she had to suffer to defeat a Tauson who, without pressure, displayed her best tennis. The young Danish woman even broke the Australian’s serve twice and lifted two match balls. He had a break ball to force the tie break, but Barty did not waste his third match ball.

The Australian will face the winner of the match that faces the American Shelby Rogers and Romanian Cirstea.

Swiatek come back against France’s Ferro

Iga Swiatek suffered more than expected against Fiona Ferro (6-3, 6-7 (3) and 0-6). The Polish, number 8 in the WTA ranking, lost the first set 6-3 to a Ferro who practiced very good tennis. The second set didn’t start much better. The French managed to break her first serve and was 2-0 in favor. The service breaks were interspersed until reaching the tie break. After a few even points, Swiatek managed to tie the match. Already in the third and final set, the Pole came out plugged and was unstoppable, sealing the match with a blank set.

In the round of 32 they will face Estonia Anett Kontaveit, which eliminated the Swiss Teichmann in two sets (6-4 and 6-1).

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