The Australian Open champion wins the Australian Open Championship

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 The Australian Open champion wins the Australian Open Championship


Two time Grand Slam champion muguruza blasted out 21 winning points, with a score of 6-3, 6-2 over Czech left-handed Kr pulisckova, successfully locked in the French open top 32. Mu Gu swept the first round of the decisive set long set of dangerous victory of the decline, in the first set 1-2 behind the case of strong rebound, won the next six sets of the set in the fight for five. In the second set, muguruza was still firmly in charge and won with a straight five innings.

The match is the 23 wins Mugu has won this season, equating the one in 2019. She will compete with American Collins for a seat in the top 16. Last year, Mogu beat Collins in three sets on the clay court in Rome.

At the beginning of the year, kenning, champion of Australian Open and No.4 seed, defeated Bogdan of Romania by 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, and reached the last 32 French Open for the third consecutive year. Kenning was only three games short of the loss in the second set. At the critical moment, the fourth seed state broke out, and she won the nine innings in the final 11 games. Stevens, runner up in the 2018 games, also played three sets, and was blocked out of the top 32 by Spaniard badoza with a score of 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. Badoza, who ranked 87th in the world, won the French Open Junior Womens singles championship in 2015, which was the first time in her career to play in the French Open womens singles. Stevens was the highest ranked player that she had ever defeated so far. Badoza benefited from Stevenss 36 active errors to make her first Grand Slam round 3. Her next opponent is the 2017 champion Ostapenko. Source of this article: Netease sports Author: schleick, editor in charge: Cao Liqiao_ NS1806

At the beginning of the year, kenning, champion of Australian Open and No.4 seed, defeated Bogdan of Romania by 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, and reached the last 32 French Open for the third consecutive year. Kenning was only three games short of the loss in the second set. At the critical moment, the fourth seed state broke out, and she won the nine innings in the final 11 games.

Stevens, runner up in the 2018 games, also played three sets, and was blocked out of the top 32 by Spaniard badoza with a score of 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. Badoza, who ranked 87th in the world, won the French Open Junior Womens singles championship in 2015, which was the first time in her career to play in the French Open womens singles. Stevens was the highest ranked player that she had ever defeated so far.

Badoza benefited from Stevenss 36 active errors to make her first Grand Slam round 3. Her next opponent is the 2017 champion Ostapenko.