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Girls: 2019 Wimbledon (Week 28)


This is a very strange match - won the first set 6-0 and lost the second 1-6. Now 3-3 in the third. Would love to be able to see what's going on

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Emma ended up losing 5-7

Given her run to the QFs last year at Junior WImbly, I imagine she'll be disappointed

(She even won ONE round the year before that, in 2017)

And this was not a strong opponent - the girl is only about 100 in the junior rankings, a qualifier, adn with no real pedigree in adults

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SuperT wrote:

This is a very strange match - won the first set 6-0 and lost the second 1-6. Now 3-3 in the third. Would love to be able to see what's going on


 Peak WTA that. Clearly getting into the habit now...



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GCSEs won't have helped, and if she played a qualifier then her opponent has won several matches on grass last week.

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Spireman wrote:

GCSEs won't have helped, and if she played a qualifier then her opponent has won several matches on grass last week.


 Yes but Emma played several matches last week too (at Roehampton)



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Matilda started well 4-1

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Does anyone know.....

When I saw Matilda at Roehampton, for part of the match there was a little girl watching, wearing tennis kit, who looked like a miniature Matilda. Is she a little sister???? Do hope so..... (or just some random little girl who looks rather similar)

I was very impressed with Matilda (although that's hardly stop-the-press news - she's extremely high on all radars)

But she has lovely timing and uses her whole body weight (not a lot) really well in her shots.

She did drop her head a little at Roehampton, when behind in the score. It's sometimes a problem being the exciting new thing.

But very interesting prospect...... and little sis too??????

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Matilda into the deciding set

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Matilda a game away at 5-2* having broken to love and then held from 0-40

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Matilda serves out to 15 for a great 6-3 3-6 6-3 victory over the Nottingham champion

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After Anton beats one Roehampton champion today can Erin beat another tomorrow? It is an even more daunting task, as the Ukrainian was also a semifinalist at the Australian Open, and has a 29-8 record so far in WTA/ITFs having won 25K and 15K events

R1 (L64)

(WC) Sonay Kartal d. Annerly Poulos (AUS) 7-6(1) 7-6(3)
(Q) Martyna Kubka (POL) d. (WC) Emma Raducanu 0-6 6-1 7-5
(Q) Polina Kudermetova (RUS) d. (WC) Amarni Banks 6-1 6-0
(WC) Erin Richardson d. Kristyna Lavickova (CZE) 6-2 6-7(5) 6-1
Mai Napatt Nirundorn (THA) d. (WC) Holly Fischer 7-5 4-6 6-1
Ane Mintegi Del Olmo (ESP) d. (WC) Victoria Allen 6-3 6-3
(WC) Matilda Mutavdzic d. (7) Sada Nahimana (BDI) 6-3 3-6 6-3
Linda Fruhvirtova (CZE) d. (WC) Destinee Martins 6-4 5-7 6-1

R2

(WC) Sonay Kartal v (Q) Katrina Scott (USA)
Daria Snigur (UKR) v (WC) Erin Richardson
(WC) Matilda Mutavdzic v Daria Frayman (RUS)

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Matilda serves out to 15 for a great 6-3 3-6 6-3 victory over the Nottingham champion


Great performance by Matilda today, watched only a couple of games but she hits a great ball consistently and looked the youngest player in the tournament. Very exciting for her and her family. 



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Sonay lost 1-6 4-6

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Matilda more than holding her own against the 17 year old Russian Daria Frayman, 3-1 up in the third, its live on the red button at the moment well worth a watch. Missed the first set but saw the end of the second, Daria went of to compose her self while Matilda rubbed a red ball shaped mark on her upper right arm. Within a few minutes of the start of the third Matilda knocked Darias racket clean out of her hand driving the ball at her as she had advanced to the net.

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She won 6-3 in the third, nice looking game. She looks very short, anyone know her height?

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