World No. 37 Alice Garnet of France ended Polish world number one Iga şfiewentek’s 6-4, 6-2 victory in the third round of Wimbledon on Saturday. .
The Frenchman snapped a 37-match winning streak for his rival Svendek, who hasn’t tasted defeat since a second-round exit at the Dubai Games in February, winning the six matches he fought since that defeat. ie Doha, Indian Wells, Miami on hard courts, Stuttgart, Rome and Roland Garros Championship, French, second Grand Slam tournament, on clay courts.
“I didn’t play well. I was very confused about my style,” admitted Svientek, who lost the last six games of the tournament.
“As a solid player, he used it brilliantly to his advantage. It was not a good performance from me,” he said of his opponent.
The 21-year-old Svientek won her 37th consecutive victory over Dutch Leslie Yadenama Kerkov, the world number 138 and qualifier, to improve on the record for the number of consecutive victories in a season, which she beat on Tuesday. Williams, who had won 35 straight in 2000, ended her partnership with Venus in the first round when Jana Fet.
“I’m speechless… It reminds me of beating Serena (Williams) 8 years ago on this same court at No. 1, which makes me feel lucky,” the 32-year-old Garnett said.
And the Frenchwoman, who defeated Serena in the final at Wimbledon in 2014, has failed in all her subsequent attempts to reach the third round.
Garnett achieved her best finish in a “Grand Slam” tournament earlier this year by reaching the quarterfinals at the Australian Open.
Garnett also reached the last eight with Australian Ajla Tomljanovic (44), who overcame a group delay against Czech Republic’s Barbora Krychikova to win 2-6, 6-4, 6-3.
-Dawn continues to shine-
World No. 115 Armoni Tan continued her adventure with a 6-1, 6-1 third-round victory over Britain’s Katie Poulter to reach the final price.
Dan, who has won 23 major titles, including 7 times at the English Championship, knocked out American Serena Williams in the first round, and meets American Amanda Anisimova, 25, who beat Coco Coffey 6-7. (4-7), 6-2, 6 – 1.
“The matches last longer and I feel better. I really enjoy playing on grass,” said the 24-year-old, who is playing his first major grass court in his professional career.
Dan imposed his will during the match against world number 118 Poulter, also on invitation, and became only the second Frenchman to reach the final price of the current edition after Caroline Garcia on Friday.
Dan has never gone beyond three rounds in a WTA tournament and the second round of a Grand Slam (Australia 2022 and Roland Garros 2021).
On the other hand, Goff, who reached the final of this year’s French Roland Garros on his 18th birthday, was unlucky to get past the third round after arriving in London as one of the most prominent candidates to win the title.
Goff was particularly impressive in her first appearance at Wimbledon in 2019 as a 15-year-old, as she won the qualifiers before knocking out 5-time champion Venus Williams in the first round, returning at the final price against Romanian Simona Halep. The latter is the way to win the title.
Romanian 2019 Wimbledon champion Simona Halep eased past Poland’s Magdalena Frisch (92) 6-4, 6-1 to reach the final set against fourth seed Paula Padusa of Spain. He was crowned twice, 7-5 and 7-6 (7-4) in London in 2011 and 2014.
American eighth seed Jessica Pegula lost to Croatia’s Petra Martic 2-6, 6-7 (5-7).
Nadal in three sets-
In the men’s event, Spain’s Rafael Nadal, the tournament’s second seed, defeated Italian Lorenzo Sonego 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to reach the last eight at Wimbledon for the tenth time in his career.
The 36-year-old, who won the title in 2008 and 2010, was expected to face strong competition from Suneko, who reached the fourth round last year, but apart from that, Nadal has not played on London grass. In the 2019 semifinals, she faced no chance to break her serve on center court.
“It was my best match since the start of the tournament, against three of my best opponents so far,” commented the Spaniard, who needed four sets to eliminate his rivals in the previous two rounds. “I’m happy to raise my level. Play well.”
The Spanish “Matador” won the Australian Open and the French Roland Garros this year, improving his record for the number of major titles with 22 titles, and is halfway to winning all the “Grand Slam” championships in a year since Australian Rod Laver achieved. This achievement was in 1969.
In the next round, Nadal will face Bottic van de Sandsklub (25) of the Netherlands, who defeated world number 69 Richard Gasquet of France 7-5, 2-6, 7-6 (9-7), 6-1. , to reach the final eight for the first time.
Australian “naughty” Nick Kyrgios (40 in the world) won a match against fifth-ranked Greek Stephanos Tsitsipas 6-7 (2-7), 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (9-7). It witnessed a lot of objections, controversies and insults by a conqueror true to his reputation.
“The media likes to write that I’m bad at the game, but obviously I’m not,” Kyrgios said.
“No matter what happens on the field, he’s on the field…I felt like I liked him. I beat him a few weeks ago and he only beat me once. Love him.”
Tsitsipas and Kyrgios have met four times before this tournament, with the latter winning three of them, the last being in Halle on grass this June.
Kyrgios also met American Brandon Nakashima (56) in the next round, easily defeating Colombian Daniel Colon 6-4, 6-4, 6-1.
19th-ranked Australian Alex De Minaur beat Britain’s Liam Brady 6-3, 6-4, 7-5 and 11th-ranked American Taylor Fritz 6-4, 6-1, 7-6 (7-3). He also beat Slovakia’s Alex Mulken in the count.
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