After Zhengzhou Race 00, Xiaohua locked all the four golden flowers in the competition ahead of schedule.

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 After Zhengzhou Race 00, Xiaohua locked all the four golden flowers in the competition ahead of schedule.


Born in 1996, Yushudi played against Zlohova from Slovakia at the Central Stadium. In the first set, both sides broke through each other and Youxiaodi, who had the advantage of starting, took the lead of 4-3. In the crucial eighth inning, Youxiaodi suddenly increased the aggressiveness of the receiving link and quickened the rhythm when his opponent was 0-40 behind in the service inning, and finally completed the key break, thus leading the set to 5-3 and entering his own service winning inning. In the cheering cry of the home audience, the Chinese youngster, like a rainbow of momentum, continued to play a beautiful winning score, to win the first set smoothly with 6-3. At the beginning of the second set, Yo Xiaodi continued his fiery offensive touch, breaking his opponents serve for two consecutive times and scoring a fantastic start of 3-0. But at this time Zlohova began to make a stubborn counter-attack, and Yushandi began to make more mistakes under the pressure of his opponents, which was reversed by the Slovakians in four consecutive games. Thereafter, the two sides played indistinguishably, and the game was dragged into Seven. In the Seventh World War, the roller coaster was re-staged. Youxiaodi took the lead in four mini-breaks, scoring a 5-2 lead, and then was stubbornly chasing up to 6-6 levels because of his over-conservative strategy. At the critical moment, the Chinese youngster broke the boat and finally fought for himself, while Zlohova sent out a fatal double error in the last point of service, lost 7-9 to grab 7 and failed to qualify.

Later, Bai Zhuoxuan, born in 2002, appeared on the Central Court against Romanian player Kadantu. Bai Zhuoxuan showed good psychological quality and offensive feeling when he lost one set in 2-6. He paid back to his opponents 6-2 and reversed the promotion by a big score of 1:2. She will compete with Wang Meiling, another fellow post-00s compatriot, for a ticket to the qualifying round tomorrow. The latter fought with Chinese Taipei player Liang Enshuo in two sets in the afternoon and finally won with a score of 7-5/7-6 (3).

The No. 5 seed situation was almost unchallenged, with a 6-4/6-0 victory over Norwegian Eriki. Her next opponent will be Mohammed, the American player who knocked out Belgiums Vickers Meyer in the first round. Kohovi, the number one seed, wins Canadian Chinese rookie Zhao Yiyu in two sets with a score of 6-1/6-4. She will play against Polish player Fresh in the next round.

As the only WTAP700 top-level competition in China, Zhengzhou Tennis Open ranks second only to WTA four-stop compulsory top-level competition and five-stop over-five competition. Its landing makes up for the lack of top-level international tennis tournaments in the Central Plains region, and makes China the first country outside the United States to fully cover all levels of WTA tournaments. 2019 is the first year of Zhengs net. The competition was held in the Central Plains Tennis Center from September 7 to September 15. There are two events: womens singles and womens doubles. There are 32 signatures in the singles competition (four wheels in the first round), 32 signatures in the qualifying match and 16 signatures in the doubles competition. The Championship score is 470 points, and the total prize of the competition is $1.5 million. Source of this article: Netease Sports Responsible Editor: Cao Liemen_NS1806

As the only WTAP700 top-level competition in China, Zhengzhou Tennis Open ranks second only to WTA four-stop compulsory top-level competition and five-stop over-five competition. Its landing makes up for the lack of top-level international tennis tournaments in the Central Plains region, and makes China the first country outside the United States to fully cover all levels of WTA tournaments. 2019 is the first year of Zhengs net. The competition was held in the Central Plains Tennis Center from September 7 to September 15. There are two events: womens singles and womens doubles. There are 32 signatures in the singles competition (four wheels in the first round), 32 signatures in the qualifying match and 16 signatures in the doubles competition. The Championship score is 470 points, and the total prize of the competition is $1.5 million.