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Friday’s Top 3 Tennis Matches: Alexandrova Fights For Title In Cleveland

Date: June 16, 2024 Time: 03:27:56

Friday’s Top 3 Tennis Matches: Alexandrova Fights For Title In Cleveland

Daniil Salnikov August 26, 2023, 09:30 Moscow time

What to see on August 26 on the courts of the world.

See all events on August 26 at the Championship Match Center

Program in summary:

🎾 18:00*: Vera Zvonareva (Russia) – Moyuka Uchijima (Japan), US Open – qualification, final 🏆 🎾 20:00*: Ekaterina Aleksandrova (Russia, 4) – Sara Sorribes-Tormo (Spain, LL), Cleveland , final 🏆 🎾 0:00*: Sebastián Báez (Argentina, 6) – Jiri Legechka (Czech Republic, 5), Winston-Salem, final

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The time on the material is indicated in Moscow.

🎾 18:00*: Vera Zvonareva (Russia) – Moyuka Uchijima (Japan), US Open – qualification, final

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed.

Intrigue: Will the eminent Russian be able to break into the US Open base?

Vera Zvonareva, former second racket in the world, Wimbledon and US Open finalist – 2010, overcoming the resistance of her rivals and bad weather, reached the decisive round of qualifying. And now, for a place in the base, the eminent Russian will compete with Moyuka Uchizhima, who is 16 years her junior. Previously, tennis players did not play against each other. Who will reach the base of the US Open?

Vera Zvonareva

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🏆 🎾 20:00*: Ekaterina Aleksandrova (Russia, 4) – Sarah Sorribes-Tormo (Spain, LL), Cleveland, final

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed.

Intrigue: Will Alexandrova clinch the fifth title of her career?

Ekaterina Alexandrova (seeded fourth) reached the seventh final of her career and will now face Sarah Sorribes-Tormo in the final on Saturday in Cleveland. The Spaniard got on base as a lucky loser and, en route to the decider, she netted Veronika Kudermetova (3) and Sloan Stevens (9), and didn’t concede a set to her opponents. . Aleksandrova and Sorribes-Tormo had only met once: in the Linz-2016 qualifying, the Spaniard turned out to be stronger. Will Ekaterina be able to win the fifth title of her career and the second of the season after ‘s-Hertogenbosch?

Ekaterina Alexandrova

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🏆 🎾 0:00*: Sebastián Báez (Argentina, 6) – Jiri Legechka (Czech Republic, 5), Winston-Salem, final

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed.

Intrigue: who will win the Winston-Salem title?

The 22-year-old Argentine Sebastián Báez has won 3 titles in his career and all on clay: Estoril 2022, Córdoba and Kitzbühel 2023. Now he has reached his first hard final against Jiří Legečka from the Czech Republic, for whom this is his first ATP level final. Previously, the tennis players met twice. In the final of the M25 tournament in Prague 2020, Legechka turned out to be stronger, but in the qualification for the Davis Cup 2022, Baes already celebrated the victory.

Jiri Legechka

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