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World No. 1 Sibion ​​Tech Wins a tough Win and Advances to the Third Round of the Australian Open

 Iga Sibiontech (Poland), the world’s No. 1 women’s tennis player, won a hard-fought victory in the second round of the 2024 Australian Open (total prize money of 86.5 million Australian dollars).

Sibion ​​Tech lost to Danielle Collins (62nd, USA) 2-1 (6-4 3-6 6-4) in 3 hours and 14 minutes in the second round of women’s singles on the 5th day of her competition held in Melbourne, Australia on the 18th. won with

With her semi-finals in 2022 being her best performance at the Australian Open 지울프-토토

Sibiong Thék continues her bid to win her first major title and the fifth of her career.

Collins is a player who shows strong performance at the Australian Open

finishing as runner-up in the 2022 tournament and advancing to the semifinals in the 2019 tournament.

Civil Tech struggled with Collins’ backhand from the second set, and at one point in the third set, the game score fell to 1-4.

However, Collins’ serve wavered at every crucial moment, and Civil Tech took advantage of the opportunity to achieve a comeback.

Civil Tech continued its lead of 5 wins and 1 loss, including the last 4 wins against Collins.

Civion Tech’s next opponent is Linda Noskova (50th, Czech Republic), who defeated McCartney Kessler (206th, USA) 2-1 (6-3 1-6 6-4).

The two met once in the quarterfinals of the Warsaw Tournament last year, where Civil Tech won 2-0.

In the second round of the men’s singles, the strong players achieved a hard-fought victory after a close battle in full sets.

Alexander Zverev (Germany), ranked 6th in the world, defeated Lukasz Klein (163rd, Slovakia), who came through the preliminaries, 3-2 (7-5 ​​3-6 4-6 7-6<7-) after a 4 hour and 30 minute match. 5> 7-6<10-7>) came from behind to win.

Zverev achieved his 400th win on tour and extended his winning streak against qualifiers to 17 games.

If Klein had taken advantage of the break opportunity he had in the fourth set with the game score at 4-4, the flow of the game would likely have been different.

Klein is the player who defeated Korea’s Kwon Soon-woo (697th) in the first round of the finals.

Zverev praised his opponent, saying, “Kline played an amazing game. He sent his shots very strongly to either side of the court. To be honest, there were many times when I didn’t know what to do.”

Last year’s French Open runner-up Ruud (11th place, Norway) defeated Max Purcell (45th place, Australia) 3-2 (6-3 6-7<5-7> 6-3 3-6 7) in 3 hours and 50 minutes. -6<10-7>) and advanced to the 3rd round.

Ruud won the match after much hardship, including being chased by Purcell 7-6 in the final set tiebreak.

Ruud has been runner-up three times in major tournaments, and his best performance at the Australian Open is reaching the round of 16 in the 2021 tournament.

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