Eala Ryser Lucharán Título Yecla

Eala and Ryser fight for the first championship in Yecla


The city of Murcia already knows its two singles finalists and its doubles champion. Eala and Ryser are chosen to fight for the trophy on Sunday after two great semi-finals. García Pérez won the doubles trophy together with Serbian Kozarov.

ITF Yecla Draw

ITF Yecla results

Saturday at Yecla Tennis Club ensured strong feelings. On the one hand, the singles semifinals were played, and on the other hand, the singles grand final was played with the Spanish representatives, because Georgina García Pérez wanted to win her second title. In addition, big names were present in the two singles semifinals, e.g Peyre, Eala, Ryser, and Eva Guerrero.

Eala will be strong against Peyre

In the first semi-final, he faced a young Filipino Alexandra Eala vs. Lucia Peyre. Eala had suffered in the tournament, but arrived after adding a victory in the quarterfinals on the fast track. Waiting on the other side was Lucía Peyre, who had a great tournament and had just beaten Serbia’s Kozarov in straight sets. In the first set, the second seed was overwhelming. Eala was very stable and made a few mistakes and took the first set 6-3. As usual, Peyre didn’t give up and kept fighting to find his moment and little by little he seemed to improve his feelings.

In the last moments of the second set, Peyre was superior and ended up forcing the final set 7-5. The match was very nice and kept the crowd entertained throughout the third period. Both players wanted to reach the final, but only one of them made it there. finally it was Eala, who took a step forward and finally won 6-4 and to be the first player to reach the finals of a women’s tournament at Yecla.

Ryser eliminated Eva Guerrero

The second game was great too. Switzerland Fall faced the Spaniards Eva Guerrero that after the injuries, he wants to slowly establish himself in the circle of women. The first sleeve was a real struggle. Equality in many games and without a clear dominant, so we finally reached a draw. In sudden death, Guerrero was better and ended up taking the first round. Ryser had hopes of a comeback and battled back and forth with Eva Guerrero in another stunning second set, who was able to level the scores after winning the second tiebreaker. In the third set, both arrived tired, but equality was still the key to the match. Eventually Ryser finished spectacularly and thus left the Yecla tournament without Spain.

García Pérez and Kozarov won the doubles

in singles Georgina Garcia Perez and Kozarov they started as favorites and were the first seeds. This duo hadn’t lost a set all week and were much better than their competition. The Italian Fossa and the British Mutavdzic were waiting on the other side. From start to finish García and Kozarov were superior and 6-3 and 6-4 ended up winning the title. Yecla to be the champions of this first edition.


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