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French Open: Azarenka 2-0 Keith Sabalenka upset and eliminated_Pavlyuchenko

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Original title: French Open: Azarenka 2-0 Lecce Keith Sabalenka was upset and eliminated

Sohu Sports News Beijing time on June 4th, the 2021 season tennis Grand Slam French Open continues. In the third round of the women’s singles that ended early on this day, the third seed of the tournament, Sabalenka, broke out. , The final set of Dan Dan 4-6/6-2/0-6 lost to No. 31 seed Pavlyuchenkova, stopping the third round of the women’s singles. In other games, the 15th seed Azarenka defeated the 23rd seed Keith 6-2/6-2, and the 21st seed Rabakina 6-1/6-4 went straight to the god of war Vesnina.

Azarenka 2-0 Case (6-2/6-2)

Belarusian star Azarenka won two Grand Slam titles early at the age of 22 and became a female player capable of contending with Serena Williams. However, injuries and lawsuits made his state plummet until the Cincinnati match last season. After breaking the four-year championship drought, the US Open defeated Serena Williams for the first time and reached the final. This season, Azarenka’s performance was mediocre, and the Australian Open was out in the first round. This French Open was a winning streak with Kuznetsova and Towson. In the third round, Azarenka encountered strong No. 23 seed Keith, the latter He had a record in the US Open finals and the French Open semi-finals, but this season was in a mediocre state and failed to break through the first two rounds. At the French Open, Keith won a streak against Dodin and Fernandez. The two have only met once before, and in the 2018 Miami game, Keith retired in the second set after losing the first set.

In the first set of the game, they entered the rhythm of their own serve as soon as they came up. Case continued to serve the first two rounds of serve. Azarenka also kept up with the opponent’s rhythm of serve, and the score came to a 2-2 tie. The deadlock was broken in the fifth game. Azarenka continued to receive and attack, and the bottom line was constantly mobilized to force a 40-15 continuous break point. Case then saved two consecutive break points and missed the game with a backhand mistake. Azar Lenka continued to secure a 4-2 lead. In the seventh game, Azarenka scored a 40-0 consecutive break point again. Case continued to save three break points in a row and then lost the game. Azarenka took advantage of the situation and won the first set 6-2. victory.

In the second set, Azarenka was still the first to hit his opponent in the first game. After wasting a break point, Case made a double error and then sent a break point opportunity. Azarenka made a wonderful short scoring to complete the break, and then realized the guarantee of the serve. Lead to 2-0. In the third game, Azarenka continued to improve, and once again hit the break point to win the game. Keith, who was behind, then launched a counterattack and completed a break in the fifth game. After that, Azar Lunka regained the initiative again and broke serve for the third time in the seventh game to lead 5-2. Next came Azarenka’s serve win. Case wasted a break point opportunity. Azarenka won the second set 6-2 after successfully securing the serve.

In the end, the Belarusian star Azarenka defeated Case in two straight sets and entered the French Open Women’s Singles Final 16 after 8 years. The whole game took 70 minutes. In the game, Azarenka had two double errors. Azarenka had a 72% success rate and a 67% scoring rate, leading the opponent. Azarenka had only 6 winning points. Cases played 17 and Azarenka had 33 unforced turnovers. In the break, Azarenka broke 5 times with 11 break points, and Case broke 1 with 2 break points.

Sabalenko 1-2 Pavlyuchenkova (4-6/6-2/0-6)

Belarusian star Sabalenka has risen strongly in recent seasons. After winning his first Super Five Championship in 2019, he has stepped into the ranks of top players. After winning three championships last season, he won his first in Madrid this season. WTA1000 compulsory tournament champion. In this year’s French Open, Sabalenka won the women’s singles No. 3 seed for the first time. He defeated Connew and Sasnovich without losing a set in the first two rounds. In the third round, he faced a strong challenge from No. 31 seed Pavlyuchenkova. The four Grand Slams have broken into the quarter-finals record, this year’s French Open consecutive wins McHale and Tom Lianovic. The two have played against each other twice before. In 2019, Pavlyuchenkova won a 2-1 reversal in the Rogers Cup. This season, the Madrid semi-finals Sabalenka succeeded in two straight sets of revenge.

In the first set, Sabalenka, who served first, sent out consecutive break points in the first game, and then Sabalenka continued to play high-quality serve and saved break points to protect his serve. In the second game, Sabalenka served to the opponent. Unfold the impact, hit a continuous break to secure a 3-0 lead. Pavlyuchenkova, who was behind in the score, ushered in an improvement. After completing her first serve in the fourth game, Sabalenko made the tactics in the fifth game and was beaten by Pavlyuchenkova. Sabalenko saved a break. After the point, the opponent rushed to break the second serve.

Pavlyuchenkova’s condition continued to improve. In the sixth inning, despite the back shot hanging from the net, he sent 15-40 consecutive break points, and then Sabalenko made consecutive mistakes and missed opportunities. Pavlyuchenkova guaranteed the score to 3 -3 level. In the seventh game, Sabalenka still failed to get out of the sluggish serving state. The backhand shot straight out and sent a break point. Pavlyuchenkova then came to the net and scored a high-pressure spike again to break the serve. After that, Sabalenka broke the serve again. Failed to break back, Pavlyuchenkova guaranteed a 6-4 win in the first set.

In the second set, Sabalenka’s state ushered in a strong improvement. The first three serving rounds only lost two points in a row. In the sixth inning, Pavlyuchenkova failed to keep up with the pace of serving. Sabalenka 40-15 consecutive break points hit the fore-shot winning points to complete the break, and then another round of consecutive breaks guaranteed 6-2 to win the second set. In the deciding set, Sabalenko’s good condition came to an abrupt end. After a double error in the first game, a backhand error sent a continuous break point. Pavlyuchenkova made a straight break on the second break point and then broke in a straight line. In three rounds, he scored 4 points in a row and kept the score 4-0 in the lead. Sabalenko, who was behind by a big score, became more impatient, and Pavlyuchenkova broke the belt and kept 6-0 to give the egg to win the deciding set victory.

In the end, the No. 3 seed Sabalenka was out of 1-2 and still failed to break through the third round of the French Open. Pavlyuchenkova entered the top 16 of the French Open after a lapse of 10 years in 2011. The whole game took 1 hour and 40 minutes. In the game, Sabalenka completed 6 AES balls and 8 double errors, Pavlyuchenkova had 2 ACES balls and 2 double errors. The first serve rate was Pavlyuchenko. The baby is slightly ahead with 62%, and Sabalenka is leading with a 72% first serve scoring rate. On the winning points, Sabalenko blasted 41 Pavlyuchenkova and only 22, and the unforced error was that Pavlyuchenkova was 16-39 lower than the opponent. In the break session, Sabalenka cashed 7 break points 3 times, and Pavlyuchenkova broke 5 times with 10 break points.

Rebakina 2-0 Wisnina (6-1/6-4)

The 21st seed Rabakina performed well this year at the French Open. In the first round, he defeated the wild card Jacquemo 2-0. In the last round, he defeated the Japanese player Hibino Nao 2-0. He broke into the third round and had already tied the individual. The best record. In this round, Rebakina met with Vesnina. After the latter defeated Gwotsova in the first round, she received Kvitova’s retirement gift in the second round. It was also the best record of the personal French Open to score the third man. This is the first time the two played against each other.

In the first game, Rebakina quickly entered the state in the opening stage. After completing the strong start of lovegame in the first game, in the second game, after a 30-30 tie, the serve and the break point were obtained. Vesnina made a backhand pick and missed the ball. In this round, Rebakina continued to hold a 3-0 lead. In the fourth game, Vesnina’s serve was still in a sluggish state. Rebakina wasted a break point and then backhanded the winning points, and then again secured a 5-0 lead. At the end of the set, they both secured their serve, and Rabakina easily won the first set 6-1 in only 20 minutes.

In the second set, Rebakina suppressed the opponent again in the opening stage, and got a 40-0 consecutive break point in the first game. After that, Vesnina saved two break points and then lost the game and connected a lovegame to guarantee the serve. The score leads 2-0. Vesnina, who was behind by a large score, once launched a counterattack. After saving two break points in the third game, she played a good 3-2 lead over the score. In the first round, the scores of their respective guards came to a 4-4 tie. In the ninth game, Rebakina scored 4 points in a row to complete the key break. 5-4 came to Rebakina’s serve to win the game, and successfully secured a 6-4 win. Victory in the second set. In the end, Rebakina defeated Vesnina 2-0 and entered the top 16 women’s singles Grand Slam for the first time in her career.Return to Sohu to see more


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