Wednesday, December 7

Paula Badosa sees her winning streak broken in an inconsequential match against Swiatek




Si had a party that Paula Badosa could lose was the third of the group stage of the Guadalajara Masters. The Spanish was already mathematically classified as first. He even knew that tomorrow he will have to work hard because he is scheduled in the first semifinal, at 9:00 p.m. in Spain, against his compatriot Garbie Muguruza.

Badosa, who had not been defeated since the second round in Ostrava with Anett Kontaveit on September 22, yielded to an Iga Swiatek who played with the peace of mind of knowing she was eliminated.

The Polish beat the Catalan 7-5, 6-4 and ended with a sequence of victories for her opponent that lasted eight games.

Jorge Garca’s pupil, on his 24th birthday, played one gear less than in the other commitments. His rival took advantage of this to release his record of triumphs in a teacher appointment.

Badosa enjoyed a ‘break’ lead in the second heat, but the possibility that the duel would drag on for too long always seemed to be on his head. I always played heads or tails.

The second classified in the other group will come out of the duel that Aryna Sabalenka and Maria Sakkari will play at dawn. Kontaveit is classified despite her last misstep with Muguruza.

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