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Svitolinová - Kvitová 6: 7, 7: 5, 6: 2, Kvitová missed a great opportunity and ended up in Stuttgart!  Pliskova did not beat the world number one

Svitolinová – Kvitová 6: 7, 7: 5, 6: 2, Kvitová missed a great opportunity and ended up in Stuttgart! Pliskova did not beat the world number one


The last winner in Stuttgart in 2019, Petra Kvitova (last year the tournament was not played due to the Corona virus) decided the first set in a tie break and coach Jeshi Vajik was in the hall. Even in the second set, Kvitová managed to withstand the exchange and play hard, especially from the comeback that pushed her opponent. Thanks to that, she got a 3: 1 break and in the 5: 2 state she had her first match ball when the Ukrainian woman was sent, but she sent the ball into the car.

Then she went to win service, and couldn’t manage service after bugs, but put second word after successful network shortening at 3: 5 again while serving Svitolin. Once again, the ball was sent into the car, the opponent relaxed and became like a wall – Kvitová had been ending exchanges in vain ever since. But the calm Czech, after losing the serve in 5: 6, threw his racket to the ground.

Petra Kvitova’s efforts in the quarter-finals of the championship in Stuttgart

Marijan MuradAnd the Reuters

In the third group, Kvitová was no longer enough for Svetolinova. With the fifth player in the world, she lost this year after winning the first set, just like the Miami tournament.

Ukrainian Elena Svetolinova in action

Marijan MuradAnd the Reuters

Sixth seed Pliskova started sharply at Roland Garros as of 2019. In one of her best combos of the season, she served well, and with the help of big returns, she got the nominee twice. However, at the start of the second set, the native Louny lost the serve by pure play, and the more confident Partiova took over the reins in the exchanges. Pliskova received a 1: 2 serve, but lost four gamma and repeatedly hit a set ball into the net during the group ball.

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In the third set, Pliskova led 3: 1 in the second half thanks to the opponent’s double faults. After that, the Czech Republic managed to dodge three breaking balls thanks to the daring and attacking balls, and even shouted loudly at one of them. At 5: 4 she worked on the win, at 30:30 helped Barty to break the ball “Money Box”, but Pliskova gave the ace. However, she did not get to the match ball and missed in the fifth game of the ball at JAMA.

Pliskova lost a close fight with Barty


Pliskova immediately lost two more matches and lost the match within two hours and a minute. The third prize of the current world seed did not add to the group: in the past she managed to beat Serena Williams from the USA and Simona Halipova from Romania in this position.

Senyakova failed to finish first in Istanbul

The other Czech tennis player Kachina Senyakova will not be playing in the semifinals either. In the quarter-finals of the tournament in Istanbul, it was not enough for the first seed Elise Mertens of Belgium, who lost 4: 6 twice. Seniac lost to the seventeenth player in the world in one hour and 36 minutes. In the second set, the Czech Republic had already advanced 4: 1, but did not maintain the lead and lost to Mertens in the fourth match.

The 24-year-old, ranked 69 in the world ranking, missed a chance to end her nearly two-year wait to advance to the semi-finals. It last played in the year before in the Bronx, and presented itself in the quarter-finals for the first time since last September.

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Barcelona (slush, € 1,702,800 support):
Individual – Quarter-finals:
Nadal (1-sb.) – Nuri (Brett) 6: 1, 6: 4
Tsitsipas (December 2) – Auger-Aliassime (10-Kan.) 6: 3, 6: 3
Carreno (6-Sp.) – Schwartzman (4-Arg.) 6: 4, 3: 6, 7: 5
Sinful (11-) – Rubliov (3-Rus) 6: 2, 7: 6 (8: 6).
Belgrade (mud, support 711,800 euros):
Individual – Quarter-finals:
Djokovic (1-SRB) -Kikmanovic (8-SRB) 6: 1, 6: 3
Berrettini (2-It.) – Krajinovič (5-Srb.) 6: 4, 6: 4
Karasev (3 Rus) – Majer (He) 6: 3, 6: 4
Daniel (Japan) – Delbonis (Arg.) 4: 6, 6: 1, 7: 5.
Istanbul (slush, support $ 235,238):
Individual – Quarter-finals:
Mertensová (1-Belgian) – Senyakova (Czechoslovakia) 6: 4, 6: 4
Kuděrmětová (3-RUS) – Bogdanova (ROU) 2: 6, 6: 3, 6: 3
Kostokova (UK) – Konjuhova (HRV) 7: 5, 4: 6, 6: 3
Kirstia (ROU) – Ferova (fr) 6: 4, 0: 0 Retired.