Monday , January 18 2021

In ASBS final, Andreascu falls in the gorges

Auckland, New Zealand – Canadian teenager Bianca Andreascu shortened a set in its first WTA Tour title effort.

Julia Gorges of Germany defeated 18-year-old Anderscu 2-6, 7-5, 6-1 to win the ASB Classic for the second year on Sunday.

Good start for Match Odyssey, who took the first set in just 30 minutes, was the only combination of strokes by unsetting second-ranked Gorges with an aggressive return game, which overturned earlier opponents.

But the second set tends to change the end of the recruitment, as Gorges started working in the first game and received more depth from its ground strokes, Mississauga, Ont.

In the 11th game, Georges won the second set in 45 minutes, after which he made a third set in 23 minutes, and Andreascu was tired of the tournament in the eighth game. She broke AndyScun's first, fifth and seventh games to win the seventh WTA Tour singles title.

Gorges said, "This meant a lot." "I do not know what to say right now because Bianca has given me a hard time today, he has played some terrible tennis, different from many touring players and I am sure we are going to hear a lot of her."

Anderscu, who entered the world number 152 and had to undergo qualification to get in, reached the final at the Australian Open's two-event event, raising some stunning difficulties.

Before entering 14 number Gorges, he dumped former world number 1 Caroline Wozniacki and American Venus Williams, then auctioned Taiwanese 28th ranked Huehu Su-Wei in the semifinals. Wozniacki is currently world number 3 and Australian Open champion.

Gorgeous Westmount, Qui. Eugenie Bouchard was dismissed, he returned to the championship match earlier in the week. Meanwhile, Andreascu won seven straight games, including three qualifiers to face the 30-year-old German in the final.

Earlier on that day, Baichard had won the title of his first career doubles with American partner Sofia Canin.

The pair defeated Taylor Townsend and Peggy Mary Ayrigan 1-6, 6-1, 10-7 in the women's championship match.

The US $ 250,000 WTA Tour event is hot for the season's first Grand Slam.

– with Associated Press files

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