Zhuhai elite group: Wang Qiangs strong enemy is injured, Zhang Shuai meets mu gurusa.

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 Zhuhai elite group: Wang Qiangs strong enemy is injured, Zhang Shuai meets mu gurusa.


This years Asian seasons stunning Chinese first sister, Wang Tan, made her debut in Zhuhai with New Sciences World Top Ten Cassattjena and former US Open runner-up Keith in the azalea group. A week ago, the Russian girl won the first-class Seklimlin Cup in her native land. She was in perfect shape both in feeling and self-confidence. She also held a 3-1 lead against Wang Qiang. Keith has been stuck in an injury quagmire since the U.S. Open reached the top four, and both Asian tournaments ended early in the season, overshadowing a three-year trip to Zhuhai. But for Wang, the Americans are still a menace to be reckoned with: the two previous battles were fought hard this year, and no one in Keith got a set.

Camellia group: Sevilla, Mu Guru Za, Zhang Shuai

This is the second time Zhang Shuai has won a singles card from the Organizing Committee, she broke through from the group tournament to the top four in 2016, lost in the semi-finals to the final champion Kovitova. She was placed in the camellia group this year, along with the only singles Grand Slam winner on the signing list, Muguruza, and Sevastova, who has recently been in full swing. Zhang Shuai has swallowed up two successive defeats against Muguluza since last years Doha outbreak, most recently at this years US Open, when Chinese girls were swept 3-60-6. However, Zhang Shuais performance in this years Asian season is quite impressive, and the former worlds first and second half of the overall state is flat, this reunion of the results is still quite suspenseful. Sevastova made her first mandatory top-flight finals at the Chinese Open and later made it to the top four in Moscow, where she will pound into the top 10 in Zhuhai.

Orchid group: sabarun card, Garcia, Battie

In the past two years, the top runners-up of the Wushu Open has gathered in the Orchid Group, and Sabaranca, Garcia and Bati will fight for a place in the line. In the second half of this year, Belarusian girls rose to prominence, once winning eight consecutive tournament singles victories, and won the highest level of career championship so far in Wuhan. Her world ranking keeps approaching TOP10, and the closing stage has become one of the strongest contenders for seats in the Finals. Despite his double defeat in Chinas two-race championship, Garcia broke this years Championship shortage in Tianjin and promptly injected a stimulant into his heart. For the second year in a row, Batty reached the top four of the Wushu Open, but was suspended with a right arm injury until he returned to doubles in the Finals last week. Apart from Sabarenka, the other two players came to Zhuhai for the second time. However, they both failed in their latest encounter with the Belarusians, and revenge became the theme of the group.

Rose Group: Mertens, Georg, Cantat Witt

Last years champion Golgers fell into a balanced roses group, if you want to defend the huge points first to break through Meltens and Kantawitts siege. The German playmaker has had a relatively low season in Asia this year, but, like last season, she worked hard in the last week of the European Indoor Championship, taking the Luxembourg champion to Zhuhai to defend her title. Belgiums first sister Meltens ushered in a major career breakthrough this year, with a steady play in the TOP20 ranks gradually stabilized. Despite her lack of momentum behind the US Open, she is a potentially dangerous opponent for anyone in the same ranking range. Kantawitt has been brilliant on the clay this year. After a period of silence, she has re-entered the public eye in the Asian season and even made a strong opponent in the Wushu Open final. The three members of the rose group had to fight with each other for the most time, and it would be even more difficult to predict who would end up. Doubles group: Lily group: Buzanescu / Rososka, Malozawa / Castle Peak Mou, Xun Fangying / Tang Qianhui Triangle Mei group: Second Palace Zhenqin / Kato Weiwei, Chichenok Sisters, Jiang Xinyu / Yang Zhaozhao?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Last years champion Golgers fell into a balanced roses group, if you want to defend the huge points first to break through Meltens and Kantawitts siege. The German playmaker has had a relatively low season in Asia this year, but, like last season, she worked hard in the last week of the European Indoor Championship, taking the Luxembourg champion to Zhuhai to defend her title. Belgiums first sister Meltens ushered in a major career breakthrough this year, with a steady play in the TOP20 ranks gradually stabilized. Despite her lack of momentum behind the US Open, she is a potentially dangerous opponent for anyone in the same ranking range. Kantawitt has been brilliant on the clay this year. After a period of silence, she has re-entered the public eye in the Asian season and even made a strong opponent in the Wushu Open final. The three members of the rose group had to fight with each other for the most time, and it would be even more difficult to predict who would end up.

Doubles group:

Lily group: brasinsku / rososska, Marlow Za Va / Aoyama Shuko, Xun Fang Ying / Tang Qianhui

Group Bougainvillea: two palace, Kato Miyui, Qin, NOK, sister, Jiang Xinyu / Yang Zhaoxuan???