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Camp-Lindforders in Australia are unfortunate

Camp-Lindforders in Australia are unfortunate

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Anna-Lena Freitsum, who trains at Blau-Weiß Kamp-Lintfort, disqualifies for the Australian Open. Daniel Altmaier attacked.

The Australian Open, which starts in Melbourne on Sunday, will be without Anna-Lena Freitsum, who is training at Blau-Weiß Kamp-Lintfort. The 29-year-old bowed out to Czech Gabriela Knutson 6-2, 1-6, 2-6 in the second qualifying round. “It's a shame, Anna-Lena made a good impression in training,” explained coach Patrice Hopp, who had already returned to Lower Rhine on Friday afternoon, with audible disappointment.

Anna-Lena Frytsum: Doubles quarter-final in Canberra

Freetsum, currently ranked 127th in the WTA World Rankings, had earlier suffered a 6-3, 4-6, 3-6 first-round loss against Britain's Harriet Dort at the Canberra International Stadium in the Australian capital. In doubles we made at least the quarter finals. Ironically, Frytsum played alongside Harriet Dart, who had the upper hand in a personal duel.

Daniel Altmaier scored after the match in Auckland/New Zealand

Daniel Altmaier starts the Australian Open under the weather with €52.5 million. A tough draw against 15th-ranked Russian Karen Kachanov in the first round. The 25-year-old Altmaier, who also has his training center in Kamp-Lyntford, won 6:7 (2:7), 0:1 in the quarterfinals against Frenchman Arthur Fils in a warm-up match in Auckland/New Zealand. After the first set, Altmeier needed treatment for his leg and also had back pain.






Altmaier has already earned €74,000 in the first round of the Grand Slam in Melbourne. The total prize money at the Australian Open is 13 percent higher this year than last year.




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