The Czech player advances to her first WTA final in Adelaide after defeating Jabeur in three sets. Aryna Sabalenka is waiting for the name to be determined.
The second semi-final of the year Adelaide WTA That left us with a showdown between two players with very different rankings. Our Jabeurnumber two in the world, faced the youth Linda Noskova, which is located 100 places lower. The Tunisian had played at a good level, but the Czech was the surprise of the tournament after reaching this event from the previous stage. On her way to the prelude to the final, she eliminated players the size of Kasatkina and Azarenka. This duel was the first between them and will decide the winner face to face.
skip the surprise
The first set started with the Czech player surprising second place, winning his serve in white and getting two break points behind Ons. on another occasion the surprise came true and Jabeur started the match with a negative 3-0. The set went so that both tennis players held serve without threatening the opponent, so Noskova kept her advantage. That changed in the seventh game, Jabeur enjoyed two break balls, which he did not take advantage of. After two extra innings, 6-3 won the scoreboard.
Jabeur turns it around
After losing the first set and asking for medical help, the Tunisian jumped onto the track trying to defend his position in the top positions. This time he was the one started 3-0 on the scoreboard that brought him closer to tying the match. He also had the ball 4-0, but the Czech saved the furniture. it was The only pass the Czech could make as Jabeur breaks serve again to make it 5-1 and takes the set after winning serve.
The third and final part started with the second in the ranking lost 40-0 the rest start with an advantage. Once again it was the Czech who forced his game and got a break that put him 4-1 up and brought him closer to his first final on the circuit. Jabeur held his serve but made a couple of unforced errorss in the next game, adding to Noskova’s good work, gave her the set. 6-3 in the third set to the world number 102, who reaches the final of her first WTA tournament.