The Swiss team also won their 13th and most important match to date at the World Championships in Prince George, Canada: The team led by Skip Silvana Terenzoni won the semi-final against Sweden 7:5. CC Arau’s players are fighting for their third world title.
But against the Scandinavians, the Swiss had to shiver until the tenth end. After Sweden led 5-4 for the first time in the seventh finish, Switzerland responded at the next finish with a two-man crew. Alina Pätz showed no nerves and got her team back on track with a double take out to hit 6:5.
Swedish lost stone in the end
After writing the zero ending at the ninth end, the Swedes went to the final section with the advantage of the last stone. When everything pointed to an extra ending, Sweden’s Anna Haselburg made a fatal mistake: her last stone went too long, allowing the Swiss to steal a stone and win the semi-final 7-5.
World Cup hat-trick beckons
Switzerland avenged the bronze match it lost at the Winter Olympics in Beijing. In the battle for the World Cup gold, Terrenzoni, Patz, Melanie Barbezat and Esther Neuschwander will face South Korea on Monday night, who beat hosts Canada 9-6.
The Swiss team is chasing its third consecutive World Cup title – no women’s team has ever achieved this feat.
Follow the World Cup final in Switzerland against South Korea on Monday night from 1:00am on the SRF info website and in the SRF Sport app.
SRF Two, sportlive, March 27, 2022, 4:00 a.m.; sass
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