[Sports Road News]The 18-year-old British female player Emma Raducanu, who won the historic women’s singles championship at the US Open last month, held the Romanian Open on Tuesday (26th) in the hometown of her father Ian , Defeated the opponent with a set number of 2:1, won the first victory after the US Open, and also the first WTA Tour victory of his career.
After being blocked by the US Open, Radujanu rose to 23rd in the world ranking and won the wild card of the WTA1000 Indian Wells. However, she lost to Belarusian Saslow in straight sets on the first lap. Domain rule (Aliaksandra Sasnovich). After the U.S. Open, Radu Janu, who parted ways with coach Andrew Richardson, has yet to find a new coach. She faced the 124-ranked 30-year-old Slovenian player in the Romanian Open. Polona Hercog), failed to grasp the advantage of leading 4:1 in the first set. He was once ranked in the top 40 in the world ranking and won 5 games in a row and lost 4-6 first.
Radu Janu’s performance in the second set improved slightly and tied with 7:5. The No. 3 seed of the tournament won 5 consecutive games in the deciding set. Although the boots finally kept his serve in the 6th game, in the end it only slightly delayed Radu Janu’s win. The 7th game ended with an ACE in the 2 hours and 27 minutes to advance to the second lap. The next battle will be Romania’s Ana Bogdan.
My father was interviewed after the game for Romanian Radu Janu in fluent Romanian. She said: “I am proud of myself for doing my best. For me, this is a good study. The point is to maintain Calm down. I know I’m not playing too well, so I can only play point by point and keep my serve to look for opportunities.”
Radu Janu continued: “I feel that I played slightly better in the third set. The most important thing is that I now have the opportunity to try to play better in the next lap. Frankly speaking, I think this is very important. After all, this is my first victory in the WTA Tour. I am really excited and happy.”
Source: Comprehensive Foreign Media
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