Bondár Anna She produced a wonderful Sunday as she finished first in singles and doubles at the Women’s Tennis Championships at the Slag Arena in Wiesbaden.
The 179th player in the world rankings is the first distinguished French player Clara Borrell (91) clashed in his first final, winning 6:2, 6:4. Bondar soon won the doubles final Lara Saldenell For his part, the fourth-placed Hungarian-Belgium duo beat the Dutch with a score of 6:7 (9-11), 6:2, 10-4 in the final cut. Ariane Hartonot and Australian Olivia Tangdermolate.
As the rain broke out in the singles final, I had to be ready to play continuously for over 5 hours at the start of the doubles final, which made concentration very difficult. Lara and I understood each other very well from the start of the race so our game got better and better during the week. I couldn’t have hoped for a better end this week, this is the biggest championship win of my career so far on both tracks
The 24-year-old Hungarian player reported to MTI.
Bondár will occupy a high position in the world rankings on Monday, with his career peaking at 146.