Wimbledon hosts hope to end the Czech veteran into the top four against Serena

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 Wimbledon hosts hope to end the Czech veteran into the top four against Serena


Local darling Kanta, who was the top four of Wimbledon two years ago and France Open this year, has received great expectations from British fans. Czech veteran Strikovas previous best Grand Slam performance was the top eight Wimbledon in 2014, with relatively little experience in the Grand Slam quarter finals. Kanta opened the offensive fire, the first serve in the host darling to resolve a break point, and then even guaranteed break to establish a 3-0 lead. With the deepening of the competition, Strikova gradually entered a good situation. The Czech veteran will constantly disrupt Kantas rhythm with tactics such as serving, surfing the net and cutting, so that Kantas active mistakes soar. After the first set 1-4, Strikova broke back, winning three games in a row to tie the score. Next, the two sides fought in the first set to win the seventh, and Kanta lost the victory by mistake under the guidance of his opponents. As the game entered the second set, Kanta was still unable to find a solution to Strikovas tactics. This set of Strikova even broke the 3-0 opening with guarantees. Kanta won the fourth inning with ace, but then lost three innings in a row and lost all hope of promotion. After the game, technical statistics showed that Kanta scored 28 winners, 34 active mistakes; Strikova scored 22 winners, only 9 active mistakes. Strikova has rewritten her record of playing with Kanta to be 2-0. For the first time, she is in the top four of the Grand Slam and will play against 23 Grand Slam champion Williams Jr. in the Wimbledon semi-finals. Source: Netease Sports Author: Schlecks Editor-in-Charge: Cao Lieyuan_NS1806

Local darling Kanta, who was the top four of Wimbledon two years ago and France Open this year, has received great expectations from British fans. Czech veteran Strikovas previous best Grand Slam performance was the top eight Wimbledon in 2014, with relatively little experience in the Grand Slam quarter finals. Kanta opened the offensive fire, the first serve in the host darling to resolve a break point, and then even guaranteed break to establish a 3-0 lead. With the deepening of the competition, Strikova gradually entered a good situation. The Czech veteran will constantly disrupt Kantas rhythm with tactics such as serving, surfing the net and cutting, so that Kantas active mistakes soar. After the first set 1-4, Strikova broke back, winning three games in a row to tie the score. Next, the two sides fought in the first set to win the seventh, and Kanta lost the victory by mistake under the guidance of his opponents.

As the game entered the second set, Kanta was still unable to find a solution to Strikovas tactics. This set of Strikova even broke the 3-0 opening with guarantees. Kanta won the fourth inning with ace, but then lost three innings in a row and lost all hope of promotion.

After the game, technical statistics showed that Kanta scored 28 winners, 34 active mistakes; Strikova scored 22 winners, only 9 active mistakes.

Strikova has rewritten her record of playing with Kanta to be 2-0. For the first time, she is in the top four of the Grand Slam and will play against 23 Grand Slam champion Williams Jr. in the Wimbledon semi-finals.