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Wimbledon round: Women – Sabalenka sweeps playoffs off the field – Kvitova out – Sports –


World No. 4 Arina Sabalenka flexes her muscles in a duel with Monica Niculescu and beats 47 winners.

Top 10 players

  • Aryna Sabalenka (WTA 4) – Monica Niculescu (WTA 191) 6:1, 6:4
  • Petra Kvitova (10th World Tennis Championships) – Sloane Stephens (73rd World Tennis Championships) 3:6, 4:6
  • Sofia Kenin (WTA 6) – Xinyu Wang (WTA 144) 6:4, 6:2
  • Iga Sweatek (ATP 9) – Su-Wei Hsieh (WTA 69) 6:4 6:4

Issue 2 classified Arina Sabalenka (BLR) Showed no weaknesses in the opener of Wimbledon and Romanian qualifier Monica Niculescu went out of the way with 6:1, 6:4. Sabalenka, who failed in the third round at Roland Garros, beat winner after winner – either with a forehand or forehand background. There were 47 at the end. After 1:13 hours, the one-sided game is a thing of the past.

With Petra Kvitova The two-time winner of Wimbledon got stuck in the first round. The Czechs had to concede defeat to Sloane Stephens in the 76th minute. The American, who reached the last 16 at the French Open, made use of 3 of her five break chances. Kvitova, who triumphed on Church Road in 2011 and 2014, failed in the first round in 2018.


There is no magic entrance

Petra Kvitova cannot complete her Wimbledon success story.


Kenin and your outfits with confidence

The American, ranked No. 4, performed better Sophia Kenin. Against China’s Xinyu Wang, she only needed 63 minutes to achieve a clear victory. The 2020 Australian Open winner enters the second round of Wimbledon for the third time in her career. So far, it always ends there.

For the first time on a professional level Iga Swiatek Win a match at Wimbledon. The 20-year-old Pole defeated 15-year-old Taiwanese Su Wei Hsieh in two sets. Swiatek won the women’s junior title in 2018 – with a final victory over Swiss Leoni Kong.

The victory of the Spanish lightning

Garbin Muguruza She lit the turbo in her first match. Spaniard world number 12 Fiona Ferro (WTA 51) did not leave the slightest chance and took a 6:0, 6:1 victory after just 50 minutes. In the first sentence, Muguruza only gave her opponent 5 points.