Rybakina Kalinskaya Miami Open

Rybakina is progressing in her work at the Miami Open


Kazakhstan’s tennis player Elena Rybakina defeated Russia’s Anna Kalinskaya 7-5, 4-6, 6-5 after 2h16 minutes of play in the second round of the WTA Miami Open. The world number 7 will meet Spain’s Paula Badosa in the third round.

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Elena Rybakina he had a remarkable 2022, with great results, playing tough and dangerous tennis for any player. Last season he became the champion Wimbledon, nothing more and nothing less. In addition, he made it to the finals WTA 500 de Adelaide and Portoroz WTA 250. Among other notable weeks, he reached the quarterfinals Indian Wells and Cincinnati. His 2023 started in eighth place Adelaide 1, quick loss in Adelaide 2end Australian Open, enter the rooms Abu Dhabi and eighth Dubai.

Anna Kalinskaya strives to stay among the best in the world, creating good weeks. Last season, he did not win any titles, although he reached the semi-finals Guadalajara WTA 250. In addition, he reached the quarterfinals WTA 250 de Washington and inside Guadalajara WTA 1000. In other good weeks, he passed the qualifiers and reached the third round WTA 1000 de Indian Wells, Miami Open and Cincinnati. His 2023 started with a loss qualy de Adelaide 1eighth Adelaide 2drop in Australian Openeighth Hua Hinfarewell qualy de Doha and Dubai, enter the rooms Austin and another round in Indian Wells. In Miami Open exceeded Victoria Jimenez Kasintseva.

Rybakina wins in three sets

Elena Rybakina and Anna Kalinskaya They met in the second round WTA Miami Open.

With good returns and great aggression, the Russian surprised at the beginning and found a break. Later, the Kazakh responded to the development but was unable to recover. However, Rybakina continued with great attitude to recover in time, then break again and take the lead 7-5 in 54 minutes.

Fired up and encouraged, the world No. 7 resolutely closed out the action in the second set with good forehands and solid returns to break and get back on track. However, the Russian continued his journey without losing his ability to concentrate and without waiting for his moment. With some great tennis, Kalinskaja ties five games to level 6-4 in 42 minutes.

Everything was even until the fourth game of the deciding set. Then the Kazakh managed to break and get 4-2, but in the next game Kalinskaya forced the reaction to level. However, Rybakina restored the intensity, created spaces and managed to take the initiative to condemn him 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 after 2h16.


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