Bucsa and Parrizas, one step away from the final Wimbledon draw

Spanish tennis player Cristina Bucsa, in action during a match.

Cristina Bucsa is one step away from playing her first Grand Slam finals at Wimbledon. The Cantabrian tennis player born in Chisinau (Moldova) surpassed the Ukrainian Kateryna Bondarenko by a double 6-1 in the second round of the qualifying round from Wimbledon and is one match away from making the main draw of the tournament.

Bucsa was very solid at service, with eight direct aces, no double faults and 85% of points won with her first serve against a Bondarenko. that he had no option of breaking and that he only gained 9 of his 37 points to the rest before falling after 46 minutes of match.

Bucsa will now play the pass to the final phase of Wimbledon against the winner of the match between Slovak Rebecca Sramkova and Belarusian Olga Govortsova, twenty-fourth favorite of the previous one in search of his first main draw of a Grand Slam.

Parrizas will play the pass against the Colombian Osorio

He will also seek his place in the final draw at Wimbledon. Nuria Parrizas, who beat China’s Xiyu Wang 7-6 (5) and 6-3 after almost two hours of play. Parrizas knew how to suffer before a very aggressive player who was weighed down by her 44 unforced errors.

Now Parrizas will look for the ticket to the final phase of Wimbledon against a tough rival: the Colombian Maria Camila Osorio, first favorite of the previous round, who beat the Hungarian Panna Udvardy in three sets by 6-4, 3-6 and 6- two. Parrizas, like Bucsa, seeks for the first time to enter the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament and only one match separates him from that dream.

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