Tianjin Saiwang Yafans Bad Situation Stops Eight Top Peng Shuais Failure in Womens Double Final

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 Tianjin Saiwang Yafans Bad Situation Stops Eight Top Peng Shuais Failure in Womens Double Final


As the only gold flower in Tianjins top eight, Wang Yafan played against this years Jiangxi champion Peterson in the quarter finals. The only previous encounter between the two sides was at Guangzhou Station four years ago, when Peterson won three sets.

David Peterson, the winner of the first round of 7-time Grand Slam champion, played an outstanding role in the first set of key points. Wang Yafan only cashed in one break with seven break points in his hand, while Peterson only snatched one break opportunity when Wang Yafan scored 83% of the first set, and the Swedish girl successfully cashed in. The two sides fought till the seventh, and Wang Yafan narrowly won by two points. The second set Wang Yafan opened with a break, using a 2-0 ratio to separate the plate. However, her success rate dropped to 39% in this set, giving Peterson the chance to grab the second set wantonly. Wang Yafan lost six of the next eight games, and Peterson overturned. In the next decisive set, Wang Yafan scored only five points in his opponents four service innings. Peterson has successfully cashed in two breaks. In the semifinals of womens doubles, Duan Yingying/Peng Shuai, the No. 4 seed and golden flower combination in the competition, beat Japan by 4-6, 6-1, 7-10, and then stopped in the top four. Source: Netease Sports Author: Schlecks Editor-in-Charge: Zhao Ruiqi_NB12596

In the first round, Peterson, the winner of the 7th Grand Slam champion, played a good role in the key points of the first set. Wang Yafan only cashed one break with seven break points in his hand, while Peterson seized only one break when Wang Yafan scored 83% of the first, and the Swedish girl succeeded in cashing it. The two sides fought till the seventh, and Wang Yafan narrowly won by two points.

The second set Wang Yafan opened with a break, using a 2-0 ratio to separate the plate. However, her success rate dropped to 39% in this set, giving Peterson the chance to grab the second set wantonly. Wang Yafan lost six of the next eight games, and Peterson overturned. In the next decisive set, Wang Yafan scored only five points in his opponents four service innings. Peterson has successfully cashed in two breaks.

In the semifinals of womens doubles, Duan Yingying/Peng Shuai, the No. 4 seed and golden flower combination in the competition, beat Japan by 4-6, 6-1, 7-10, and then stopped in the top four.