Alija Rosolska and Erin Routliff advanced to the next round in the doubles match.
Alija Rosolska and Erin Rudliff keep playing at Wimbledon! On Saturday, Poland and New Zealand won with Catherine Harrison / Sabrina Santamaria.
Roszolska and Rudliff won in three sets – the first game was decided by a tie-break, in which the Americans won three. In the second set, the Polish and New Zealand players, despite the fact that they were in considerable trouble and lost serve, changed the fortunes of the game and won with a score of 7: 5.
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The result was tied for a long time in the decisive set, and the match was eventually decided by a tie break. Polka and her doubles partner won 10:7 in the decisive match to advance to the next round of Wimbledon.
Wimbledon is the world’s oldest tennis tournament in which players and players compete on grass courts. The first edition took place in 1877.
This year’s edition of Wimbledon is unique. After the Kremlin invaded Ukraine, the organizers, the All England Lawn Tennis Club, excluded Russian and Belarusian tennis players from the competition. As a result, the ATP and WDA decided not to award ranking points.
Wimbledon 2022 has a record prize pool. This is 40.3 million pounds (about 46.8 million euros).
Rosolska/Routliff – Harrison/Santamaria 2:1 (6:7, 7:5, 7:6)
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