Sunday , April 11 2021

Kontaevey beat the ex-first racket of the world Azarenka



Anett kontaveit
Anett kontaveitPhoto by Ronald Wittek, EPA

The strongest Estonian tennis player Aneta Conteveite (WTA 15) scored in the semifinals at the Stuttgart representative tournament, defeating the refusal to resume the match with Belarus Victoria Azarenka (BTA 61) – 5: 7, 7: 5, 3: 0.

The conversation was on the brink of defeat, behind Azarenka in the second game with a score of 3: 5. However, Aneta managed to use the initiative and regain her balance.

At the start of the third set, former Azarenka's first racket took medical time. After giving help, the Belarusian returned to the pitch, but after losing another game, she refused to continue the match due to a shoulder injury.

A display of personal meetings in the confrontation Contaveit and Azarenka was 2: 1 in favor of the Belarusian tennis player.

In the semifinals, the competitor Konpej will be the first racket of the world Naomi Osaka. The 21-year-old Japanese won the last two Grand Slam tournaments (US Open and Australian Open).


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