Vondroušová and Bouzková are in the 3rd round of the US Open, Plíšková and Nosková have finished

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Vondroušovaá and Bouzkovaá are in the 3rd round of the US Open, Plíškovaá finished

US Open tennis tournament – 2nd round, August 31, 2023, New York. Markéta Vondroušová from the Czech Republic.

New York – Tennis players Markéta Vondroušová and Marie Bouzková advanced to the 3rd round of the Grand Slam US Open. Wimbledon winner Vondrousová defeated the Italian Martina Trevisanová twice 6:2 on the concrete in Flushing Meadows and will next challenge the twenty-second seed Ekaterina Alexandrova from Russia. Bouzková eliminated the Croatian Petra Martičová 6:1, 6:2 and will face the reigning finalist Uns Džábirová from Tunisia, who beat Linda Nosková 7:6, 4:6, 6:3.

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Vondroušová and Bouzková are in the 3rd round US Open, Plíškovaá with Noskóly

Vondrouš ova and Bouzkova are in the 3rd round of the US Open, Pliakova and Noskova finished

Vondrouš and Bouzkova are in the 3rd round of the US Open, Plškova and Nosková finished

Vondroušová and Bouzková are in the 3rd round of US Open, Pl&iacute ;šmetal with Noskova finished

In addition to 18-year-old Nosková, the tournament also ended for last year's quarter-finalist Karolína Plíšková. The 25th seed and finalist from 2016 lost to Clara Burelová from France 4:6, 2:6.

The 24-year-old Vondroušová won her ninth consecutive match at the Grand Slams. She managed the first mutual duel with Trevisanová, who was five years older, in one hour and 21 minutes. The Italian paid for 40 unforced errors, the native of Sokolov had only 13 of them. Vondroušová advanced to the 3rd round of the US Open after five years, she missed the tournament in New York last year due to recovery from wrist surgery.

Protégé of coach Jan Hernych she lost only one serve, she took it from her opponent five times. It was twice in the first set and she took the lead in 36 minutes. At the beginning of the second set, Vondroušová got a break right in the opening game, which went through seven matches and the Czech used the fourth break point in it. She then won a 4:1 lead and didn't allow any more drama.

“It wasn't an easy match. We played a lot of good exchanges and it seemed to me that the opponent has a similar game to me. It was difficult, but I'm happy with how I handled it,” Vondroušová said at the press conference. “I'm happy for the way I'm playing now. It seems to me that there are challenging matches and that's why I'm happy with these results. I'm happy to keep going,” she added.

Bouzková is also celebrating, having advanced to the 3 .rounds of the US Open for the first time in his career. Martičová, the 37th ranked player in the world, allowed only three games, won five of her opponent's seven serves and lost only one herself.

Bouzková, the 31st in the tournament, was in control for most of the match, only slightly complicating the end when she did not convert three match points. In the end, however, she served out the duel after an hour and 19 minutes. She also defeated the thirty-one-year-old Croatian in the second match between them. Against Džábirová, she will repeat the encounter from last year's Wimbledon quarterfinals, when the Czech lost 6:3, 1:6, 1:6.

Plíšková lost the match against Burelová in one hour and ten minutes. She scored her tenth defeat in the last 13 matches. The native of Loun could not rely on the serve, which she did not hold five times. The former world No. 1 also paid for 28 unforced errors, the 62nd player in the world Burelová collected half of them.

The thirty-one-year-old Czech finished in the early stages of her third Grand Slam in a row. During this year's Roland Garros and Wimbledon, she was eliminated in the 1st round, but she did better at the Australian Open, where she reached the quarterfinals. She did not follow up on the previous two quarterfinals in New York.

Plíšková did not start the match well and was soon losing 0:3 after two lost serves. Although the Czech tennis player was able to turn the situation around to 4:3, she lost her serve again in the ninth game and Burelová won the opening set after 40 minutes.

Even in the second set, the Czech tennis player did not get comfortable. From 1:0 down, she lost five games in a row, and the twenty-two-year-old Frenchwoman won the match. She advanced to the 3rd round of the US Open for the second time in a row and will next challenge the world number two of Belarus, Aryna Sabalenkova.

“It didn't suit me, the court felt slow. In addition, the conditions were not exactly easy, it was quite windy. I couldn't get into it at all. On the contrary, my opponent played solidly, but I think it was more about my mistakes,” Plíšková was quoted by the Tennisworld website .cz.

Eighteen-year-old Nosková did not imitate this year's victory against Džábirová from the tournament in Adelaide, where she defeated the Tunisian in three sets. This time, the world number five surpassed the Czech Republic in the ratio of winning balls 47:30 and managed the duel in more than two hours.

Nosková did not use several promising opportunities. In the tiebreak of the first set, she did not lead 5:3, and in the decisive third set, she did not confirm the advantage of the break at 3:2. She lost serve once more in the eighth game, and Džabirová then ended the duel with her fourth match point.

US Open tennis tournament in New York

(hard surface, $65 million endowment) :


Singles – 2nd round:

Sinner (6-It.) – Sonego (It.) 6:4, 6:2, 6:4, Draper (Brit.) – Hurkacz (17-Pol.) 6:2, 6:4, 7:5, Rublyov (8-Rus.) – Monfils (Fr.) 6:4, 6:3, 3:6, 6:1, Norrie (16-Brit.) – Hsu Yu-hsiou (Taiwan) 7:5, 6:4, 6:4, Jarry (23-Chile) – Michelsen (USA) 4:6, 6:3, 6:3, 6:3, Evans (26-Brit.) – Van de Zandschulp (Netherlands) 1:6, 6:1, 6:3, 6:3, Arnaldi (It.) – Fils (Fr.) 3:6, 7:5, 7:6 (7:5), 5:7, 6: 4, Wawrinka (Switzerland) – Etcheverry (30-Arg.) 7:6 (8:6), 6:7 (7:9), 6:3, 6:2, Alcaraz (1-Sp.) – Harris (JAR) 6:3, 6:1, 7:6 (7:4), Báez (Arg.) – Meligeni (Bras.) 6:7 ​​(7:9), 6:4, 6:4 strech.< /p>


Singles – 2nd round:

Burelová (Fr.) – Karólína Plíšková (25-Czech Republic) 6:4, 6:2, Sabalenková (2-Belarus) – Burrage (Britain) 6:3, 6:2, Samsonov (14-Russia) – Korpatschová (Germany) 6:3 , 6:3, Cheng Qinwen (23-China) – Kanepiová (Est.) 6:2, 3:6, 6:2, Stearnsová (USA) – Tausonová (Dan.) 6:3, 6:0, Boulterová (Brit.) – Wang Ja-fan (China) 5:7, 6:1, 6:4, Bronzettiová (It.) – Lysová (German) 6:3, 6:2, Bouzková (31-CR) – Martičová (Croatia) 6:1, 6:2, Svitolina (26-Ukraine) – Pavlyuchenkova (Russia) 5:7, 6:4, 6:4, Džábirová (5- Tun.) – Nosková (Czech Republic) 7:6 (9:7), 4:6, 6:3, Kasatkinová (13-Russia) – Keninová (USA) 2:6, 6: 4, 6:4,.

Doubles – 1st round:

Xie Shu-wei, Wang Sin-yü (8-Taiwan/China) – L. Fruhvirtová, Osoriová (CZ/Col.) 4:6, 7:5, 6:2, Dabrowská, Routliffeová (16-Can./N. Zél.) – Detiucová, Davisová (CZ/USA) 4:6, 6:1, 6:0.

Mixed doubles – 1st round

Matteková-Sandsová, Murray (USA./Brit.) – Siniaková, Melo (Czech Republic/Brazil) 7:6 (7:4), 0:6, 10:4.