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Maja Chwalińska ended her beautiful adventure with Wimbledon.  The beginning did not announce it

Maja Chwalińska ended her beautiful adventure with Wimbledon. The beginning did not announce it

In theory, she’s very fond of this fight Alison Riske, 32, 36th player in the world rankings. More about the Polish rival We wrote here. For WTA Chwalińska, who are in the second century in the rankings, qualifying for the main event was a success. He was surprised when he sent the more experienced Katarina Siniakova into the first round.

In Wednesday’s game, the Americans had a chance to beat the opening game, but in the end the Pole defended itself in this difficult situation. In return, Chwalińska also won the break point in the next game – as three. Second, the Polish woman already had an open court, but she did not take advantage of this opportunity. But it worked in the best style, at the third break point. As a result, Dąbrowa Górnicza’s tennis player was leading 3: 0, quietly saving his next serve game.

Chwalińska – as in his previous matches – used a huge diversification of strokes, which made his opponent’s life difficult.

In the seventh game, Riske found a starting point and won a break point. However, the Polish woman defended herself He was already leading 5: 2.

In the 9th game, Savalinska got into a little trouble because the American brought her to balance. Fortunately, thanks for Polka’s good second service The set was eventually won 6: 3.

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The second set started right for the Polish woman as she beat Riske. However, in the next game, the opponent had a break point and used the third game. In fact, because Chwalińska helped her Dual service error occurred.

As a result, Riske quickly led the second set 2: 1. Worse, on Chwalińska’s next service game, Polka got into trouble again. Riske played aggressively and learned to deal with the slide of the Polish girl. This is the second time in this game that he has beaten Jackleby’s tennis player. It is clear that the American took the initiative in this area of ​​the competition.

Events like these clearly cut Svaliska’s wings because she could be broken again in her next service game. – It’s after a double service error. The Polish woman had to write this collection. In the end, she lost it 1: 6.

In the opening game of the third set, the American scored two break points, but the Polish woman was able to beat her opponent out of tune with a variety of strokes that brought her balance. However, when she got the chance to finish the game, she wasted it in a relatively simple situation. This led to the breaking of the third opportunity, and the American had already used this opportunity.

It was clear that Riske had jumped to its highest level, and even though Savaliska was forced by his rival – he began to make more and more mistakes. The 32-year-old soon took a 3-0 lead. Clearly, Riske has already “read” the Chwalińska game And found a way to compete with a less experienced competitor.

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In the end, the American broke a pole three times in this final.

The adventure ended for Savalinska with the Wimbledon singles match. However, for a Polish woman it is a beautiful adventure that will definitely give her hope for her next beginnings.

Riske will be a contender in the next round Mary Boskova.

Maja Chwalińska – Alison Riske 1: 2 (6: 3, 1: 6, 0: 6)

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