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Wimbledon: Round-up Women – Rybakina and Sabalenka advance to the fourth round – Sports

Wimbledon: Round-up Women – Rybakina and Sabalenka advance to the fourth round – Sports


Jelena Rybakina and Aryna Sabalenka won their third-round matches at Wimbledon in two sets each.

Top 10 players

  • Jelena Rybakina (KAZ/WTA 3) sees Katie Poulter (GBR/WTA 89) 6:1, 6:1
  • Aryna Sabalenka (BLR/WTA 2) see Anna Blinkowa (RUS/WTA 40) 6:2, 6:3
  • Petra Kvitova (CZE/WTA 9) s. Natalia Stefanovic (SRB/WTA 225) 6:3, 7:5
  • Ons Jabeur (TUN/WTA 6) See Bianca Andreescu (CAN/WTA50) 3:6, 6:3, 6:4

The duel between local champion Katie Boulter and the defending champion is eagerly awaited by the British fans at Wimbledon Elena Rybakina It went like lightning: favorites the Kazakhs needed just 56 minutes to sweep Boulter 6-1, 6-1 out of center court. While Rybakina satisfied in all stats, Briton Boulter could not get a single break chance. In the fourth round, Rybakina will meet Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maya (WTA 13).

After having to make up for a set shortage in her second-round match against Varvara Gracheva on Friday, she set sail Arina Sabalenka A day later, he easily achieved victory: against Russia’s Anna Blinkua, the world number two, she lost only 5 matches. Australian Open winner Sabalenka, also one of the favorites, dominated the “holy turf”, with her first serve and blocked 5 of her opponent’s 7 break opportunities. With Ekaterina Alexandrowa (WTA 22), another Russian now awaits Sabalenka.

With 4 match points Petra Kvitova He clinched the match against Natalia Stefanovic and moved on to the fourth round of Wimbledon. In just under two hours, the experienced Czech beat the Serb 6: 3, 7: 5 – and this despite her 36 unforced errors (with 40 winners). With a score of 5: 4 in Stefanovic’s second set, the match on court 2 was briefly interrupted by rain. Then Kvitova turned the ball in her favour.

She will now meet two-time Wimbledon champion Kvitova Anas Jaber. He defeated world No. 6 Bianca Andreescu 3:6, 6:3, 6:4 after dropping the first set. Jabeur, last year’s finalist, can count on her proficiency: the Tunisian took advantage of all three of her break opportunities – while Andreescu on the other side managed only 2 breaks of serve in 8 opportunities.