Mirra Andreeva posts robust win in opposition to Dayana Yastremka in R32

Girls Open Lausanne: Mirra Andreeva posts robust win in opposition to Dayana Yastremka in R32
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Mirra Andreeva’s first match on tour since her Wimbledon round-of-16 exit was on the Girls Open Lausanne. On Monday, the 16-year-old received her first-round match within the Swiss occasion in opposition to Dayana Yastremska. The sixth seed clinched a 6-0, 6-2 win after simply 65 minutes of play.Andreeva received 65% of her first-serve factors and 67% factors on return on Yastremska’s first serve.

Each gamers received a fraction of their second-serve factors. Andreeva received 9 of the 21 factors performed on her second serve whereas her rival received eight of twenty-two. The world no. 64 confronted three break factors and saved one in every of these whereas changing seven of 10 break factors on Yastremska’s serve.After her win, talking on-court, amongst different issues Andreeva shared, “Til the tip of the yr, to be top-50.

If I can do it, that will be superb for me, for certain”. She then joked, “If not, I’ve possibly 20 extra years to try this”.

Girls Open Lausanne: Jil Teichmann bests Erika Andreeva

Within the second spherical, Andreeva’s opponent will probably be Anna Bondar.

The Hungarian received in opposition to Spain’s Aliona Bolsova 6-1, 6-3 in an hour and 27 minutes.Eighth seed Elina Avanesyan additionally reached the second spherical. Avanesyan’s opponent retired of their match after 38 minutes of play.

Avanesyan was main 6-2, 2-0 when Rodina’s mid-match retirement gave her a passage into the following spherical.Argentine Julia Riera moved into the second spherical of the WTA 250 occasion, too. The world no. 143 defeated Romanian Patricia Maria Tig 6-2, 6-1 in 71 minutes.

Within the second spherical, Riera will play both Swiss wildcard Celine Naff or second seed, Italy’s Elisabetta Cocciaretto.In the meantime, one other Swiss participant, Jil Teichmann made it to the second spherical of Girls Open Lausanne.

Teichmann defeated Erika Andreeva 6-2, 6-2 in an hour and 17 minutes. Teichmann received 80% of her first-serve factors and saved all three break factors she confronted. She additionally transformed 4 of six break factors she had on Andreeva’s serve.Picture Credit score: The Tennis Letter Twitter

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