World No. 1 Arina Sabalenka (6-2, 6-1) finished third in the WTA rankings in the final of the Rome tournament on Saturday.
The paper poster was beautiful. In the ocher color of Foro Italico, she shot at a woman’s show. Iga Sifion jumped over the debate with Aryna Sabalenka on Saturday, March 14th, winning 27 consecutive victories and advancing to the final against the winner of the match between Ons Jabeur in Tunisia and Daria Kasatkina in Russia. ..
Above all, Paul further strengthened her status as a favorite before Roland Garros. After putting the trophy in his pocket in 2020, those who reached number one in the world following the early end of Ashleigh Barty’s career were able to double Porte d’Auteuil’s bets more than ever. It seems.
—Wta (@WTA) May 14, 2022
One Way Swire Tech
Faced with Sabalenka, Swiertech literally attacked Belarus with each of her commitments, the latter earning only 29% of the points behind her first ball.
The stewed Belarusian slugger had to be solved with bread crumbs alone, 3 games, 6-2, 6-1 due to a dry defeat. In the final, Swiertech wins five consecutive tournaments and tries to register like an undisputed circuit boss.