April 13, 2024

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Paula Badosa falls hard against Collins in Charleston and tries to leave the “Top 100” list

Paula Badosa falls hard against Collins in Charleston and tries to leave the “Top 100” list

Paola Badosa, the last to enter the draw for the WTA 500 in Charleston, was one of the first to say goodbye. In his first appearance on Tuesday, he went down hard. This time her executioner was Daniel Collins with a score of 6-1, 6-4.

collins, Despite his 30 years of age, the fatigue that the defending champion accumulated on Saturday in the Miami Open and his inability to train on the green field of the tournament.He gave tennis lessons and how to be Against a competitor who has suffered seven defeats this season compared to only five victories.

solid, strong, The quarter-finals of the last editionHe loses 100 points, dropping him to at least 90th place on the lists.

Paul Toledo's student did a lot To avoid twisting in the initial sleeve. And Collins He advanced to 4-0 and reached par in the fifth round by serving 5-0.

“Sorpaso” Pozas

Paula, who saw them passing and who thus threw her bat, He returns to European soil urgently because he is on his way to leaving the “Top 100 Players” list.. Her compatriot Jessica Buzas could overtake her if she wins this week in La Bisbal.

Badosa appears targeted to preview the 500 championship in Stuttgart where she is a quarter-finalist in 2023. . Your protected classification It will allow you to enter the WTA 1000 Mutua Madrid Open and Rome draws. Before Roland Garros, he must face the defense with 435 points: Stuttgart (100), Madrid (120), Rome (215).