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Bia d show, making the octave and breaking the fast for 21 years

Bia d show, making the octave and breaking the fast for 21 years

London, England) – After much struggle in her first two matches at Wimbledon, this Saturday’s Beatriz Haddad-Maia of Sao Paulo managed a more subdued victory, without having to look for a turnaround. In the face of the Romanian Sorana Cirstea, she was resolute from the start, and with an excellent performance, she defeated the 37th in the world for the second time in six matches, scoring two goals 6/2 in 1h30 of the duel.

Piya was seeded to the round of 16 at the All England Club for the first time, breaking the 21-year-old record in Brazilian tennis, which had not gone so far in singles since Andre Sa, who was a quadruples player in 2002. Already the last woman to go far in a British Grand Slam The traditional five-time tournament champion was Maria Esther Bueno, who was stopped in the quarter-finals in 1976.

To follow in the footsteps of her compatriots and also reach the quarter-finals, the left-hander from Sao Paulo is likely to beat the reigning champion in the Round of 16. She is now waiting for the winner of the duel between Kazakhstan’s Elena Rybakina and house guest Katie Poulter, the last surviving British woman in the singles category.

Despite the victory in straight sets and with a comfortable result, the match was not smooth, especially in the first set. The first four matches were very difficult and took nearly 30 minutes to play. Bia opened 3/0 with two breaks, but Cirstea fought back and brought back one of the breaks to reduce the damage.

After that, the Sao Paulo player was able to take the lead a little more and was superior in the rest of the dispute. With a new break in the seventh game, she scored 5/2 and was poised to start on top for the first time in the tournament, which ended up coming true when she took advantage of her second set point with a serve. And to highlight, the Brazilian defended herself very well against the opponent’s strong likenesses and changed the pace several times, with slices and lefties.

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In the second part, Piya desperately struggled to get a break right away and then took off, winning the next two games without a single serve and even making another break in between, thus opening the scoreboard 4/0, showing a huge advantage. Cirstea even had two break points in the fifth game to try and minimize the damage, but the Brazilian was too strong and saved both and later clinched the win.

The win in straight sets was Providence, because shortly after the end of the match, the rain came and the court was covered. Piya did great on serve, gaining 68% of points, and also did well on return, earning 52% success. She also showed great consistency, with 23 winners and only 11 unforced errors, as opposed to 22 and 30 respectively.