The tennis player from Belarus will not get the second important victory of his career in Charleston. Azarenka cannot keep up with her rival, so she loses to Anna Kalinskaya in straight sets (6-4, 7-6(5)) after exciting tennis in 2h01min.
Victoria Azarenka faced the second match corresponding to the new WTA tournament in Charleston this April 2023. She did it when she moved up in the women’s teamwhere he would have to face the Russian tennis player in the third round Anna Kalinskaya. The Belarusian tennis player came into this match after defeating the American racket Sloane Stephens in her debut. For her part, the Russian tennis player came into this match after previously defeating Anhelina Kalinina and Alizé Cornet. Indoors against the head There are no precedents between these two tennis players, so this is the first time they have faced each other in an official competition.
Anna Kalinskaya manages to take advantage of the scoreboard
The match started strongly for Anna Kalinskaya. The Russian player managed to win the first two sets of the match with a break. At this moment, the power of Victoria Azarenka would emerge, as he strung together three consecutive games with his powerful right. When he was involved at the break, he took a 3-2 lead. After this, a series of successes would occur in each player’s service. The turning point would be in a Russian bank. Kalinskaya began to step it up, forcing her opponent to move throughout the game’s rectangle. Therefore, Anna added three more games to her advantage, including a break, which allowed her to take the advantage up the sleeve. He used his to his advantage only set ball.
The Russian racket does not hesitate to judge the match
At the start of the second set, Victoria Azarenka would begin to dominate the initial score. At the moment, Anna Kalinskaja would answer, whose intensity gives intensity to the situation. After this, there would be equality that would not leave any tennis player indifferent. Azarenka’s moment That would happen when he hit two straight games, has a 6-5 lead over its rival. The Belarusian racket would not take advantage of it, so now the Russian-born came back twice to get his revenge. 6-6 forced a tie. Finally, and after needing three breaks for her, Anna Kalinskaya used her hands and speed in the most sensitive moments. The Russian player took advantage of his only match point and ended the set for his side with plenty of excitement. This confirmed his entry to the next round of the tournament in the United States.