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In WTA Adelaide 2 rounds, Case beat Riske in 7 consecutive games to win the sixth championship of his career – yqqlm

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Original title: WTA Adelaide 2 stops Keyes won the sixth title of his career with 7 games in a row

On January 15th, Beijing time, the Adelaide International Race 2 of the WTA 250 event with a total prize value of US$239,477 entered the final competition day in Adelaide, Australia. The world ranking has plummeted to 87th place in only 68 minutes, and 6-1, 6-2 bloodbathed American compatriot Riske, won the sixth championship of his career, and the first in two years.

The final was between Risk, ranked 57th in the world, and Case, ranked 87th in the world. The two sides had met as many as five times before, and it was Case who won.

In the first set, Case took the lead in serving, and after each secured serve, Case took the lead in the fourth game to break serve and established a 4-1 lead after securing serve. In the 6th game, Keyes broke serve again in the opponent’s serve game, and cashed in the 4th inventory he got to win the serve and win the game, 6-1 victory.

In the second set, Riske took the lead in serving, and Keyes broke serve with 4 points as soon as he came up, and established a 2-0 lead after securing serve. In the third game, Riske saved 4 break points and struggled to secure serve, stopped the decline of losing 7 games in a row, and saved break points in the 5th game and continued to bite the score. However, at the critical moment, Keyes continued to pressure his opponent to break serve after 30-30 in the 7th game, and easily retained his serve to win the game. .

It was Keys’ sixth career tour title, and she is now 6-5 in tour finals and improved to 42-20 against fellow Americans. Coming into Adelaide at No. 87 in the world, her lowest ranking in nine years, Keys will return to the top 60 by winning the title – where she has beaten five players above her ranking, including three Seed players: No. 2 seed Svitolina, No. 8 seed Samsonova and No. 3 seed Coco Gauff.Return to Sohu, see more

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