Caroline Garcia Sends Carolina Pliskova Packing From US Open

First-seeded Carolina Pliskova lost 6-1, 7- ((-2-2) to Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia in the US Open.

The former world name Plizkova was not the name of Garcia’s power to dismiss 13 of the 30 winners of the Boulevard Czech.

“I have nothing to do with this loss (of sowing seeds) today,” Pliskova told reporters. “I think there are some girls who are playing good tennis – Garcia is one of them.

“I think he played amazing sets and half. Of course I got my chances later in the second set. ”

Pliskova went down 5-0 in the opening set and even after fighting in the second match, Garcia was on the way to a tie-break.

“It was very close to being the third set and so if I was ready,” Garcia said. “I didn’t really do anything bad when I broke up in the second set, and I had to stay focused and aggressive.”

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In a day of excitement, Elena Rybakina (11), Markata Vandrosova (12) and Allison Risk (13) were all out.

Shelby Rogers defeated Rybakina-5-5 6-1 and Anne Lee defeated Ris-0-0–3-3.

French Open finalist Vandrosova defeated Belarusian Aliaksadra Sasnovich 1-1, 6-2.

Vandrosova endured a disappointing outing with 21 unforgettable errors with her 1st win winner.

Before the third round, Naomi Osaka maintained her winning streak with a 6-1-6-2 win over Italian big-hitter Camilla Georgie.

The Japanese-Haitian star walked to court in the name of Elijah McClean, wearing a face mask after the star, a young black man who died after police in Colorado prevented him from using a chokehold.

Playing on the strap with his left hamstring, Osaka dropped just five points.

Patra Kevitova overcame a nervous run to beat Katrina Kozlova 6-2, 6-3 (6-3) 6-2 in the second round.

Kvitova, a sixth-year Czech, stopped her game in the first match, making 20 unforgettable errors during the first set – twice as much as her Ukrainian opponent – when she struggled in her serve.

Two-time Wimbledon champion Kozlova made a break point in the first set and a fifth double error to take a 3-2 lead, but defending the set point 4-4 eventually led the opener to a tiebreaker.

Former champion Angelique Kerber Anna-3- .– 6 (৮–6) Anna-Lena advanced to the third round through an all-German fight against Fredsam.

The 17th-seeded Kerber went 3-0 up, but Fredsam, ranked 109th, settled in and worked hard to win.

Friedsam, who had been out of the first round in the previous two main matches at Flushing Meadows, became increasingly confident and worked tirelessly to force the left-hander into a tiebreaker before losing at Louis Armstrong Stadium.

“It was a really complicated match and it’s never been easier mentally when you play against a German,” Kerber said while playing in his 50th Grand Slam tournament.


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