Camila Osorio managed to win her first match at the WTA 125 tournament in Reus by defeating Moyuka Uchiyama 6-2, 6-4 in an hour and a half.
After returning to competition last week thanks to an invitation to the Mutua Madrid Open after an injury that kept him off the course for over a month, Camila Osorio arrived in the city of Catalonia. She achieved good records and gained confidence in Madrid, losing to Aryna Sabalenka, despite playing a very good game. The Japanese were measured in their quest for continuous improvement Get up who this week is ranked 142nd in the world.
Osorio wins in two sets
He started the game forward, being able to break on the first play that the Japanese put the ball in play. Nevertheless, the next thing about confirming the situation was not an easy task at all. Osorio had to pick up as many as four stoppage time balls to get to the 0-3 goal in a bright Catalan field. A huge turning point Because of this, he had no problems with his service and bothered the Japanese a lot. At 2-5, he moved to partial result and further demoralized Moyuka as he was able to dominate in the second game where many points were at stake.
The second part saw different situations. The Colombian, who wanted to continue this positive dynamic, wanted to put a difference on the field. Nevertheless, the Japanese got stronger and, after saving her game, managed to break Camila’s serve for the first time. It finished 1-3, but the current WTA No. 115 wasn’t nervous. When he reached his level, he forced himself on the opponent and it could be proved by adding so much that he reached 5-3 serves to win the stake.
That amount on the scoreboard and on the playing field made the tension grow a little, when they wanted to define and Moyuka took advantage of it. She missed this opportunity, but Camila, looking to prolong the duel, was not going to forgive and would be the rest when she managed to finish. To the first ball he had Osorio took the first step at WTA 125 in Reus by eliminating Uchiyama.