Australian Open:Kreichkova reverses No. 26 seed Sakaribadoza to reach the round of 16 – yqqlm

Original title: Australian Open: Kreichkova reverses No. 26 seed Sakaribadoza into the round of 16

Sohu Sports News On January 21st, Beijing time, the 2022 Tennis Grand Slam Australian Open continued. In the third round of the women’s singles strong dialogue that ended early, No. 4 seed Kreichick of the “French Open Championship” Wa 2-6/6-4/6-4 reversed and defeated No. 26 seed Ostapenko, No. 5 seed Sakkari did not encounter much challenge, 6-4/6-1 beat No. 28 seed Kudmeto Wa, No. 8 seed Bardoza eliminated Kostyuk 6-2/5-7/6-4, won 8 consecutive victories in all competitions this season, and entered the top 16 of the Australian Open women’s singles for the first time.

Kreichkova 2-1 Ostapenko (2-6/6-4/6-4)

Kreichkova ushered in a breakthrough in the singles game last season, reaching the final for the first time in the Dubai competition, Strasbourg winning the first women’s singles championship on the tour, and winning the championship in one black in the French Open. This year’s Australian Open Kreichkova played as the No. 4 seed, winning the first two consecutive rounds of Petkovic and Wang Xiyu. In the third round, Kreichkova met Ostapenko, who was the French Open champion in 2017, but has not had a great record in recent years. This year’s Australian Open has won consecutive wins over Schmidlova and Riske. . The two have met 3 times before, Ostapenko has 2 wins and 1 losses, being the upper hand.

In the first set, the score came up to a 1-1 tie. In the third game, Kreichkova began to impact the opponent’s serve. Three break point opportunities were not seized, and then Kreich failed to break serve. Kewa’s serving game was affected, Ostapenko won the game on a 40-0 consecutive break point, and took advantage of the situation to maintain a 4-1 lead. At the end of the set, Kreichkova missed a break point in the seventh game, and Ostapenkobao made a 6-2 win in the first set.

In the second set, Ostapenko maintained a 2-1 lead in the opening stage, and then took the lead in breaking serve in the fourth game to establish a 3-1 advantage. Kreichkova, who was behind, launched a counterattack and even broke the belt. The score came to a 3-3 draw. Kreichkova’s state continued to improve. In the crucial ninth game, she played consecutive serve-return attacks and scored 4 points in a row to complete the break and lead 5-4. The next serve was won and she won the second game 6-4. Set victory, the total score came to a 1-1 tie.

In the deciding set, Kreichkova got another break point opportunity in the first game. After forcing the break point, she broke with a straight-line winning point. In the second game, she saved the break point and maintained a 2-0 lead. Ostapenko, who was behind in the score, kept looking for opportunities to break back, and wasted two break point opportunities in the fourth game. The break point opportunity in the eighth game was still not grasped, and Kreichkova won 6-4 all the way. Victory in the final set, with a total score of 2-1, and a 2-1 reversal victory, reaching the fourth round to refresh the personal best record in the Australian Open women’s singles.

The whole game took 2 hours and 10 minutes. Kreichkova scored 7 ACES balls with 7 double faults, and Ostapenko scored 5 ACES balls with 1 double fault. Ostapenko has a success rate of 68%. The scoring rate Kreichkova leads 72%, the winning point Ostapenko leads 40-23, the unforced error is Kreichkova 31-35 is slightly lower than the opponent, Ostapen on the break point Branch broke 10 break points 3 times, Kreichkova broke 7 break points 3 times.

Bardoza 2-1 Kostyuk (6-2/5-7/6-4)

Spanish player Bardoza started to break out last season. After winning the Indy Tournament, he participated in the finals for the first time and reached the semi-finals. This season, he won the Sydney Championship in the warm-up match before the Australian Open. After entering the Australian Open, he played as the No. 8 seed. Winning streak of Tomjanovic and Terrelsan, both games have egg-delivering performance. In the third round, Bardoza’s opponent was Ukraine’s Kostyuk, who defeated No. 32 seed Sorevis 2-0 in the last round. The two met in the 2019 Australian Open qualifying match, with Bardoza winning in straight sets.

In the first game, it entered the break point battle as soon as it came up. Bardoza broke the opponent’s serve in the first game. In the second game, Kostyuk scored 40-0 consecutive break points, and Bardoza saved three break points. After losing this game, in the third game, Bardoza continued to attack the opponent and broke serve again to lead 2-1. Since then, Bardoza has improved his serving state and played a strong 5-1 lead with even breaking and guaranteeing. Kostyuk failed to break back after that, and Bardoza won the first set 6-2 with the guarantee.

In the second set, Bardoza still quickly established an advantage in the opening stage. After breaking the first game, he saved two break points in the second game and maintained a 2-0 lead. Kostyuk, who was behind, looked for a counterattack opportunity. In the eighth game Finally completed the break back and the score came to a 4-4 tie. At the end of the set, Kostyuk continued to exert his strength and broke serve 7-5 in the twelfth game to win the set, bringing the total score to a 1-1 tie. The deciding set game entered the break point battle. At the beginning of the game, they broke serve twice and tied 3-3. After that, Bardoza withstood the pressure and scored 4 points in a row in the seventh inning. Survive the opponent’s counterattack and make a 6-4 victory in the final set.

In the end, the No. 8 seed Bardoza fought hard in three sets and defeated Kostyuk 2-1 to advance to the fourth round of the Australian Open women’s singles, creating a personal best record at the Australian Open. The whole game took 2 hours and 19 minutes. In the game, Bardoza scored 4 ACES balls with 9 double faults, while Kostyuk scored 6 ACES balls with 2 ACES balls. The success rate of Bardoza was 57%. With a rate of 65%, they are ahead of their opponents. In the winning points, Bardoza is 25-30 lower than the opponent, and the unforced error is 42-49. It is 10 break points and 7 break points.

Sakkari 2-0 Kudmetova (6-4/6-1)

The Greek star Sakkari ushered in a career breakthrough last season, reaching the semifinals 6 times in various events, including the French Open and the US Open two semi-finals to refresh the personal Grand Slam best record, in addition to the 1000 series Miami Station and Finals, but only one win in 6 semi-finals with bad luck. This year’s Australian Open Sakari played as the No. 5 seed, winning the first two consecutive rounds of Maria and Zheng Qinwen. The third round opponent was No. 28 seed Kudmetova. The two have played twice before and each won one game. Battle tied.

In the first set, both of them lost only one point in their first serving games to secure serve. In the third game, Sakari missed a break point opportunity. Then, in the fourth game, Kudmetova took the lead and forced out the break point. The bottom line is slapping the winning point to break serve and lead 3-1. Behind Sakkari, he quickly launched a counter-attack. After three deuces in the fifth game, he realized the break point, and the score was tied 3-3. After that, Sakari continued to speed up and scored 4 points in a row, and then took advantage of the situation to maintain a 5-3 lead. Kudmetova, who was behind, failed to break back, and Sakari secured a 6-4 victory in the first set. .

In the second set, Sakari quickly gained the upper hand and continued to improve the next game to get 40-15 consecutive break points. In the third game, Sakari failed to win 40-15 consecutive break points. Kudmetova continued to decline after completing a serve. Sakari then played a strong performance with even break and save, and won 6-1. Victory in the second set. The game lasted 1 hour and 24 minutes. During the game, Sakari scored 4 ACES balls and 1 double fault, Kudmetova scored 2 ACES balls and 2 double faults. % are ahead, the winning points are 12-15 lower than the opponent’s, and the unforced errors 12-32 are 20 fewer than the opponent’s. In the break point, Kudmetova successfully cashed 1 break point, while Sakari broke 5 times with 8 break points.Return to Sohu, see more


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