Agnieszka Radwaska has already ended her life, and her younger sister Ursula has been battling injuries for years. He is just getting back in shape. The 30-year-old recently reached the final of the Wimbledon Grand Slam qualifiers and then entered the WTA 250 major event for the first time in five years. However, in Prague, he was eliminated in the first round. Now he dreams of playing in the prestigious US Open. She took the first step to accomplish them.
Ratwaska advanced to the second qualifying round of the Grand Slam tournament in New York, defeating Ukraine’s Katarina Javaka 6: 3, 7: 5. There, he faces the Italian Federica de Sarra. Kamil Majjarsak is also battling for the US Open.
On Tuesday, Majsarzak advanced to the second round with a 6: 1, 6: 4 victory over Portugal’s Frederico Ferreira Silva without any problems. The 25-year-old Pole (ATP 115.) has appeared at major events at the Australian Open and Roland Crosby, as well as at the Olympics this season. Still, he has to fight to qualify in New York. In the next round Majjarsak will be represented by rival hosts – Jeffrey John Wolf, ranked 157th in the ATP rankings.
Failures of Coffee and Fresh
In the women’s competition Katargina Kawa (WTA 164.) did not make the majorsak. The Polish tennis player lost smoothly to Romanian Mihela Pujarnescu (WTA 154.) 3: 6, 5: 7. Although there was no big story in the first set, the pole in the second set began to fight for balance throughout the match. Both players confidently won their own pass to Romania 6: 5, then Kavi had a devastating service game in which the Romanians took a 40-0 lead and had three match balls. Two of them were able to defend Poland, not the third, and the Romanian tennis player still has a chance to take part in the main tournament in New York.
Magdalena Fresh, on the other hand, was eliminated in the first qualifying round, losing to Laura Arrobarena from Spain in three sets on Tuesday (3: 6, 6: 4, 6: 3).
Iga Wytech, Magda Lynette and Hubert Harkos have already confirmed their participation in the US Open, which starts on August 30.
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