October 18, 2021

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Australian Open | Successful victory for Felix Agar-aliasim

Australian Open |  Successful victory for Felix Agar-aliasim

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On the way to this victory, he scored Agar-aliasim, 20, in 1 hour 45 minutesE Seed, provided a display that borders on perfection. He made 19 aces, conceded just three double errors and never faced a break point. He took six breaks in ten attempts.

Thus Agar-Aliasim qualified for the third round, where he could meet his compatriot Denis Shapovalov, who faced another Australian, Bernard Tomic, on Wednesday.

Moreover, the success of Agar-aliasim has put alm oil in the hearts of Canadian tennis fans, not once, but twice a day before the disappointment.

In raising the curtain, Bianca was in undesirable light for Andres and lost both sets 6-3 and 6-2 to Taiwanese Su-Wei Hsih. Not long ago, Rebecca Marino was also eliminated, losing 6-1 and 7-5 to Czech Markata Vandraunova.

Canadian Milos Rounik, who is in singles, clashed with Frenchman Corinthian Moutet on Wednesday.

Trouble after embarrassment

The 35-year-old opponent faced 71 holdersE Ranked in the WTA Standings, eighth seed Andreas has never been able to stand up.

There are some highlights here and there, but they are usually made by mistakes that betray 15 months of absence from the courts.

Photo by Jamie Joy, Reuters

To Bianca Andres

Showing patience and integrity, the Taiwanese responded with varied and accurate shots near the lines to their famous rival artillery balls and forced the Canadian to constantly move left and right.

“She can change the pace, I know I can change the pace too, but she’s at least on a whole new level today,” the Canadian said.

Andrews had 25 forced errors, five double errors and six service breaks, three in two innings. The two breakups occurred shortly after the 20-year-old Canadian himself broke up.

My service was terrible. It didn’t help, it certainly did.

To Bianca Andres

It made life even more difficult for Andres by accepting the first four games of the first round and the next three games.

This is not the first time he has beaten top players at Grand Slam tournaments, with Garbis Muguruza of Spain in Australia and Simona Halep of Romania at Wimbledon assigned the same fate.

“It’s weird, I’m usually more excited to deal with a seed because you know they have all the talent on the court and are better than other girls,” Hesih said in an interview posted on the official tournament website.

“So you have to find a way to get into the game and play your way. It’s not always easy, but the spectators are always the best to continue the fight here, ”he added.

Good war

In the case of Marino, Vondraunova, 19, deserves to fight hardE Seed, who lasted 55 minutes in the second round, was never in her game after the first round.

The third game was particularly rich in twists and turns and the result may have changed the pace of the rest of the game in favor of Vandraunova.

The Czech, who suffered a 0-2 decline after losing her serve in the opening game of the round, was once again at risk in her service after conceding the first three points to Marino.

Vondroušová was able to equalize, but had to save three more break points before winning the game, which lasted almost 12 minutes.

Marino is likely to force the third set in his service when he leads 5-4. Vondroušová responded with a timely pause.

Another break in service saw Vondraunova advance to the third round two games later.

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