Melbourne, Australia - On January 21, local time, the Australian Open continued its fourth round of womens singles in the 2019 season. No. 6 seed, Svetorina, withstood the counter-attack in the middle of her opponents opponents team, broke into the top eight in Melbourne for the second year in a row with No. 6 seed Keith, 6-21-66-Rick 17.
When my career has reached a certain stage, some things will work, some will not. I am always actively looking for the impetus to move forward, and my family has helped a lot, they can always motivate me to pursue more.
At that time, in Farazen Park, the Ukrainian girl missed a 4-2 lead in the final set and swallowed up a bitter defeat. This reunion, Svetorina opened a very strong, double break in a twinkling of an eye, and maintained the advantage to the end of the first set.
Svetorina won the final of last seasons WTA year-end Championship bravely, and her career has come to a new height. She took out her ambition to win the highest-ranking Championship for herself at that time, and saved five breakpoints in a tussle of nearly 20 minutes and 11 equal points.
Since then, the former No. 3 has taken full control of the situation and has not lost a game until the end of the game. Ukrainian girls will continue to make an impact on the first Grand Slam finals, with a quarter-final waiting for the winner between Naoto Osaka and Sevastova.
Source: WTA Chinese Official Website Responsible Editor: Cao Lie-e_NS1806