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Viktorija Golubic (WTA 66) saved the Swiss Women’s Day at Wimbledon and, like the last event two years ago, made it to the third round. In the second round, the 28-year-old from Zurich won 6:2, 6:0 for the 18th-ranked best over American Danielle Collins.
In the second set, Collins had to put a bandage on his knee. It’s clear that Golubic has dominated its changing game before. In total, I took 12 break chances and used half of them. And Collins helped out hard: She made 26 unforced errors (with 29 points she won).
After the only break she was able to grasp, the 27-year-old lost the thread again and gave Golubek the first half to score the decisive 5-2 in the first set. After that, the Swiss woman didn’t look back and took seven straight wins in just 63 minutes.
Now against Pringle
Golubic’s chances of making it to the first knockout round of the Grand Slam tournament are very good. In the third round on Friday, she will not face world number six Sofia Kenin, but her American compatriot Madison Pringle (Tennis Association 82).
Last week in Eastbourne, Golubic beat the American 6-0 in the third set.
SRF Zwei, sportlive, June 30, 2021, 12:10 p.m.; czü/sda
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