The Russian woman reached the semifinals of the WTA tournament
Date: 23 Sep 2022 Time: 16:54:40
World number 13 Veronika Kudermetova defeated Brazilian tennis player Beatriz Haddad-Maya (world number 16) to reach the semi-finals of the Tokyo tournament.
Veronika Kudermatova (Photo: Getty Images)
Russia’s second racket, Veronika Kudermatova, reached the semifinals of the WTA 500 tournament in Tokyo, Japan, which has a prize fund of more than $750,000.
World number 13 racket Kudermetova defeated Brazil’s Beatriz Haddad-Maya (ranked 16) 6:7 (4:7), 7:6 (8:6), 6:1. The game lasted 3 hours and 18 minutes, with rain interrupting the match several times.
She used six out of fifteen break points as the Russian tennis player had eleven innings and eight double faults. The Brazilian tennis player hit six aces, made eight double faults.
Russian tennis player Alexandrova entered the semi-finals of the Seoul tournament
The 25-year-old Russian woman is Russia’s second racket. She holds the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) title.
In the semifinals of the tournament, the Russian tennis player will play the winner of the match between Zheng Qinwen (China) and Claire Liu (United States).
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