Sohu Sports News In the early morning of July 1, Beijing time, the 2021 Grand Slam Wimbledon Championship ended the third day of the competition. In the women’s singles match, No. 2 seed Sabalenka lost a set, 4-6. /6-3/6-3 reversed and defeated Bolt, No. 3 seed Svitolina eliminated Ujvank 6-3/2-6/6-3, No. 21 seed Jabeur gave the egg in the second set 7-5/6-0 eliminated the veteran Dawei. This game day, the women’s singles field broke out one after another. No. 4 seed Corning lost to compatriot Brengel 2-6/4-6, and No. 5 seed Andrescu was defeated by French star Koko 2-6/1-6. Sweep within.
Belarusian star Sabalenka is one of the representatives of the new forces in women’s tennis. He has won 10 tournament championships so far in his career. After winning the first Abu Dhabi championship this season, he won his first WTA1000 in Madrid. Compulsory championship, but Sabalenka has never broken through the Grand Slam. The best record so far is only to reach the fourth round. On this site, Wimbledon Sabalenka played as the No. 2 seed, defeating Niculescu in straight sets in the first round, and his opponent in the second round was Bolt. The latter’s best record in the Grand Slam was to score second. Round, the first round of this station event reversed 2-1 and defeated Daniel.
In the first game, the two started a strong match when they came up. Bolt got a break point opportunity in the first game. Sabalenka made a forehead mistake and lost the game. The second seed quickly counterattacked in the second game. After the break, the score came to a 1-1 tie. In the third game, Sabalenka saved two break points and kept the serve. The two of them each guaranteed the score to a 3-3 tie. In the seventh game, Sabalenka missed the game and lost the game. Bolt finished. After a guaranteed serve, they established a 5-3 advantage. After that, each guaranteed Bolt 6-4 to win the first set.
In the second set of the game, both of them maintained a high-quality first serve in the opening stage, each guaranteed a 3-2 lead under Sabalenka. In the sixth game, Bolt took the lead in the serve and lost, and Sabalenka turned on the break point. Sweeping to complete the break 4-2 lead. Bolt, who was lagging behind, tried to counterattack. Sabalenka resolved the break point and made a 6-3 win in the second set. The total score came to a 1-1 tie.
In the deciding set, the scores of the first serving game of their respective guards came to a 1-1 tie. In the third game, Sabalenka took the lead in the impact. After a 30-30 tie, the baseline forehand attacked and scored a break point, and then Bolt reversed. Lost the game by hanging on the net, Bolt quickly counterattacked in the fourth game, scoring 4 points in a row, and the score came to a 2-2 tie. In the fifth game, Sabalenka was getting better and better. Bolt sent a break point after missing two innings. Sabalenka was rushing to break the serve and continued to maintain a 4-2 lead. In the eighth game, Bolt launched his final counterattack. In this game, he missed 6 consecutive break points. Sabalenka destroyed his opponent’s confidence after a difficult serve. In the ninth game, Sabalenka broke serve and won the final set 6-3. , With a total score of 2-1, entered the Wimbledon women’s singles top 32 for the first time in her career.
The whole game took 2 hours and 06 minutes. In the game, Sabalenka completed 10 AES balls and 6 double errors. Bolt had 3 ACES balls and 2 double errors. Sabalenka’s first serve rate was 61%. The two are almost the same, with a first serve scoring rate of 67% leading nearly 10 percentage points. On the winning points, Sabalenka led 27-23. Sabalenka had 30 unforced errors and only 14 of Bolt. In the break link, Bolt had only 3 breaks with 12 break points, and his break efficiency was only 25%. Sabalenka had 5 breaks with 6 break points efficiently.
Svitolina 2-1 Ujfank (6-3/2-6/6-3)
Ukrainian star Svitolina won the finals in 2018. Since then, she has reached the semi-finals in the 2019 Grand Slam, but has not yet won the chance to hit the championship. This season, Svitolina stopped in the fourth round of the Australian Open. In Miami, she reached the semi-finals and then lost to the finalist Kreichkova in the third round of the French Open. Svitolina on Wimbledon broke into the semi-finals in 2019 and played as the No. 3 seed in this tournament. In the first round, the opponent was a strong Ujvank, who had a record in the quarter-finals of the French Open. Wimbledon The best performance was to reach the fourth round in 2018. The two played against each other only once in the 2015 Indian Wells match, when Svitolina turned back and won 2-1.
In the first game, Svitolina, who served first, entered the state slowly, losing four points in a row and losing the first game. In the second game, Svitolina quickly broke the score and tied the score 1-1. After a round of protection, Svitolina once again launched an impact in the sixth game. The two struggled for nearly 10 minutes and broke serve on the fourth break point. After that, Svitolina withstood the opponent’s counterattack and secured the serve. The next 6-3 won the first set victory. In the second set, Ujvank saved two break points in the third game, and then got 40-0 consecutive break points in the fourth game. Svitolina lost the game after saving one break point. Ujvank then maintained his break advantage to the end, winning the second set 6-2, and the total score was tied 1-1.
In the decisive set, the opening scores were tied with 1-1, and then the two broke the score to a 2-2 tie. In the fifth game, Ujvank still failed to keep the serve, and Svitolina grabbed it. The opponent’s break point sent by a double error took the game and took advantage of the situation to secure a 4-2 lead after the sixth game. In the seventh game, Svitolina broke serve again to lead 5-2. Ujvank broke the opponent’s serve in the eighth game to win the game, but then the indispensable serve was lost. Svitolina broke 6 -3 won the final set victory, with a total score of 2-1 and narrowly won the promotion. The whole game took 1 hour and 42 minutes. Svitolina had 5 ACES balls and 4 double faults, while Ujvank had 3 ACES balls and 3 double faults. Svitolina had a 57% success rate on the first serve. The first serve scoring rate of 74% are leading opponents. The winning points were almost the same between the two in 34-33, 27 unforced errors were the same, Ujvank made 5 breaks with 10 break points in the break link, and Svitolina cashed out 6 breaks with 11 break points. .
Jabeul 2-0 Dawei (7-5/6-0)
The 41-year-old American veteran Dawei used to be the grass queen. He once won 5 women’s singles titles and 6 women’s doubles titles at Wimbledon. Dawei reached the final of the Grand Slam for the most recent time in his career, also at Wimbledon in 2017. In the next few seasons, the state of Dawei has declined significantly. The three Grand Slams in 2020 were all out of the first round. This season, the Australian Open stopped the second round of the French Open in the first round. This time Wimbledon Dawei replaced Naomi Osaka, who retired, and defeated Buzanescu 2-1 in the first round. In the second round, Zhong Dawei faced Tunisian player Jabeur, who broke into the Australian Open last season to create an Arab player record. The just-concluded French Open stopped in the fourth round. This is the first time the two played against each other.
In the first set of the game, the two were caught in repeated contention in the first game. Jabeul wasted 5 break point opportunities. The two struggled for more than 10 minutes. They struggled to secure the serve. After that, they entered a round to secure the score. Come to a 3-3 draw. In the seventh inning, Dawei’s double errors began to increase. Jabeul broke the serve on the break point. In the eighth game, Dawei quickly counterattacked and finished back to a 4-4 tie. At the end of the game, Jabeul regained his advantage and took the lead 6-5 after breaking serve again in the eleventh game. Then he served to win the game. Jabeul withstood Dawei’s counterattack and resolved the break point and secured the first 7-5 win. Pan wins.
In the second set, after the fierce battle in the first set, the state of great power declined significantly, and both physical fitness and confidence showed a cliff-like decline. The first game saved a break point and then lost the game. In the third game, he faced Jabeur again. After losing the serve, Jabeur guaranteed a 4-0 lead. The big score behind Dawei’s physical fitness continued to decline unintentionally in love, and Jabeul then broke the 6-0 to give the egg to win the second set victory. The whole game took 1 hour and 20 minutes. Jabeul completed 4 ACES balls and 1 double fault. Dawei had 3 double faults. Jabeul had only 46% success rate on the first serve and scored on the first serve. The rate is 77% leading by 20 percentage points. In the break session, Dawei broke 1 time with 6 break points, while Jabeul broke 5 times with 12 break points.
Corning 0-2 Brengel (2-6/4-6)
US star Corning won the Australian Open champion and French Open runner-up last season, but his state has declined this season. There has been no record of success so far. After the Australian Open stopped in the second round, the French Open was out in the fourth round. In the first round of Wimbledon, Corning defeated Chinese teenager Wang Xinyu 2-0. The opponent in the second round was compatriot Brengel. The two faced each other in the first round of the U.S. Open in 2018. At that time, Corning won 2-1 in the first set of the US Open. victory.
In the first set of the game, Corning entered the state slowly at the beginning, and gave a continuous break point opportunity in the first game. Brengel’s bottom line changed the line and the winning points broke, and then secured a 2-0 lead. In the third game, Corning once again fell behind 0-3 in the serve game. After that, the game entered a break service battle. The two broke each and Brengel took a 5-2 lead with a break advantage in the opening. In the eighth game, Brengel ushered in a serve win, Corning failed to break serve again, Brengel lovegame guaranteed a 6-2 victory in the first set.
In the second set of the game, the opening stage went through a round of guarantees and the score came to a 3-3 tie. After that, it entered the break service battle again. Brengel broke twice and took a 5-4 lead, followed by Brengel. In the serve win game, Corning failed to complete the break, Brengel secured a 6-4 victory in the second set, with a total score of 2-0 and knocked out No. 4 seed Corning out of the game. The game took only 45 minutes, and both of them had two double errors. The success rate of the first serve was 79%, and the scoring rate of the first serve was 62%. Brengel had the advantage. The winning point was 20-6. Corning has as many as 41 forced turnovers and Brengel has only 7 of them. In the break point, Corning had all three break points, while Brengel completed six breaks with seven break points.
Andrescu 0-2 Cone (2-6/1-6)
Canadian star Andrescu won the U.S. Open women’s singles championship in 2019. He is the first post-00 player to win a Grand Slam women’s singles championship. However, he suffered from injuries last season and almost missed the entire season. After coming back this season, his state has fluctuated greatly. The Australian Open entered the Miami final after stopping the second round, and the French Open was eliminated in the first round. Andrescu played on Wimbledon as the No. 5 seed. The opponent in the first round was French star Kone. This was also the first time the two played against each other.
In the first set, the scores were tied 2-2 at the opening stage. Andrescu lost the serve in the fifth game. Kone forced a break point and then backhanded the winning points to break, and then secured a 4-2 lead. Andrescu’s serve was in a sluggish state since then. Kone broke serve and saved the break point in the serve win game, winning the first set 6-2. In the second set, Andrescu’s state fell sharply. Kone broke serve twice and secured a 4-0 advantage. In the end, he won the second set with a big score of 6-1, with a total score of 2-0. Leng knocked out No. 5 seed Andrescu.
In other women’s singles matches on this day, the seventh seed Polish star Sviatek continued to be in good shape, defeating 2010 Wimbledon runner-up Zvonareva 6-1/6-3, and No. 9 seed Bencic 3-6 /3-6 upset and lost to Yuvan, the 11th seed Muguruza defeated Khovi 6-1/6-4, Stephens, who eliminated Kvitova in the first round, defeated Christie 7-5/6-3 Ann, No. 12 seed star Azarenka eliminated Kozlova 6-1/6-3, No. 8 seed Pliskova defeated Vicki 6-2/6-2, French Open runner-up Pavlyuchenkova 6 -2/6-2 defeated Bogdan.Return to Sohu to see more