After Paris, it’s London’s turn. The Czechs also have a tennis player in the Wimbledon final – Tennis – Sports

Czech tennis player Karolína Plíšková advanced to the finals of the grand slam tournament in Wimbledon. In the semifinals, the eighth event managed with the second seeded Belarusian Arina Sobolenková 5: 7, 6: 4, 6: 4. In Saturday’s final, she will meet Australian Ashleigh Barty.

08.07.2021 17:30, updated: 23:34

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Karolína Plíšková celebrates advancing to the Wimbledon final.

Sobolenková started the match with a clean game in the first game, but Plíšková also kept her own serve.

Until the state of 5: 5, the players guarded the points during their own service, although especially Plíšková worked out breakballs several times.

At 5: 5, Plíšková had three breakballs, but she did not use the score of 40: 0, and at 40: 40, the hawk’s eye also helped Belarus.

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Finally, she raised to 6: 5 and turned the first break in the 12th game at 30:40 to gain the first set.

Plíšková did not use up to 8 breakball balls in the first set, Sobolenková was the only one at the same time a setball and she used it thanks to the double mistake of the Czech tennis player.

Plíšková broke Sobolenka’s service at 2: 2. Subsequently, with a clean game in the 6th game, he got into the lead 4: 2 and later also 5: 3.

Although Sobolenková reduced to 4: 5 during her service, despite the interim score of 0:30 in the 10th game, Plíšková finally guarded the service and equalized to 1: 1.

Plíšková started the third act with a break, thanks to which she got into the lead 2: 0 after the subsequent clean game. A similarly sovereign gem was subsequently demonstrated by Sobolenková – 2: 1.

Both subsequently performed several attractive exchanges, and with mutually successful services, Plíšková approached the victory at 5: 3. However, Sobolenka was again held by the serve, thanks to two aces and a clean game, she adjusted to 4: 5, but she did not reach the turnaround.

“I’m in the Wimbledon final, it sounds great. In the past, I haven’t gone any further than the fourth game.

After the first set, I was frustrated. It was clear that my opponent would play good tennis and that was confirmed. However, I am happy that I found a way to win this match, “said Plíšková.

This will be the first Wimbledon final for both Plíšková and Barty. In the position of the tournament unit, the Australian woman coped with the 2018 champion Angelique Kerberová from Germany in 86 minutes 6: 3, 7: 6 (3).

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The world unit started a service duel and already faced two breakballs in the opening game, but was able to avert both.

She immediately developed a breakball for herself and took advantage of the first opportunity when she caught the direction of the opponent’s smash and ended the exchange with a brilliant forehand winning stroke.

The German woman also had to avert a breakball at the next service, this time she managed it and credited her first gem to her account. Barty got out of 0:30 in the fifth game, also in the ninth, where Kerberová also had breakball, but the Australian woman held the serve at decisive moments and ended the set with an ace.

In the second act, Kerberus managed to dictate longer exchanges, resulting in up to three breakball options. Barty erased the first two, but in the third she sent a forehand off the court.

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Nemka also showed more confidence in the service, she confirmed the break with a clean game and quickly took the lead 3: 0. In the fifth game, she confidently averted two breakballs and finished it with another winning forehand.

In the ninth game, she served to win the set, but in a flash she faced a score of 0:40 and her opponent hit her at the first chance with a cross victory shot. With another clean game, Barty equalized to 5: 5 and the set reached the secretary.

The Australian started it with a mini-break and led 6: 0, the German prevented the first three swordsmen, but Barty converted the fourth.

Twenty-five-year-old Barty continues to live a chance to win her second grand slam title, having a Roland Garros 2019 title on her account.

Eight years older Kerberová triumphed at the Australian Open and the US Open in 2016 before Wimbledon 2018.

“It’s unreal. Angelique has forced me to show off my best tennis. I think it was one of the best matches I’ve played.

I am proud of myself and my team and I can still fulfill my big dream, “said the Australian woman in the first post-match interview on the court.

Women’s Singles Semifinals:
Ashleigh Barty (Aus.-1) – Angelique Kerberova (Nem.-25) 6: 3, 7: 6 (3), Karolina Pliskova (CR-8) – Arina Sobolenkova (Biel.-2) 5: 7, 6: 4, 6: 4



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