Anna Bonder reached the quarterfinals of the $251,000 (HUF) Women’s Power Tennis Championships (HUF) in Granby, Canada.
With 56th in the world rankings, the best Hungarian player made his debut on Sunday in a small town near Montreal, when he won an American-Belgian match with Belgium’s Gret Minin in the last 16 of the professionals.
On Monday, the Hajdszoboszl SE athlete was also featured, with Kayla Cross appearing in front of the Hungarian crowd on the right side of the net. The Rifles, who came from the playoffs, finished 1,162 in the standings and, according to the WTA website, is only ready for the 15th round in the elite stage.
In their first encounter, the fourth-seeded Hungarian lost serve at 2:2, but rebounded quickly, brought in a series of good balls, and hit the set in 39 minutes. In continuation, the left cross, very aggressive, reached 3: 1, today the 25-year-old Hungarian beat him, And he was already in the lead with better wither (5:3). From there, there was no going back for the Canadians, Seagalm’s chips won 1 for 1 in 16 minutes.
Among the 16, German Tatiana Maria (92), who won the Wimbledon quarter-finals in July, is among the 16.
First round result (up to round of 16):
Anna Bond (fourth) – Kayla Cross (Canada) 6:3, 6:4