United States National: Andreescu and Marino passes at Flushing Meadows completed


There are no Canadians left on the US Open women’s main draw. Canadians Bianca Andreescu and Rebecca Marino both lost Friday in third round matches.

Andreescu lost the duel to French Caroline Garcia, 17th seed, in two sets of 6-3 and 6-2. Garcia took 1h 27 of play to overcome the champion of the 2019 edition.

Andreescu had his first difficulties in the middle of the first heat. Leading 40-15 on the 6-a-side serveAnd match, the Canadian then lost the next four points and suffered the first service break of the match.

Having in turn broken Garcia in the next game, Andreescu found herself back to the leads at 8And game of sleeves. Andreescu granted a second service break for the Frenchwoman, who then won the serve set moments later.

The story repeated itself early in the second set for Andreescu, who was completely dropped from his serve. He only won one serving game and quickly lost the set 6-2 after suffering three service breaks.

Andreescu canceled two match points in the 7th game, but was later unable to complete a comeback.

Garcia now has a date with 29th seeded Alison Riske-Amritraj in the next round.

Marino packs his bags

Marino lost to Zhang Shuai in two sets 6-2, 6-4 in his third round match.

Rebecca Marino loses in the 3rd round

With two service breaks, Zhang easily won the first set 6-2.While the Chinese easily grabbed her serve points, Marino struggled to impose her pace and suffered several good returns from the 36th racket. of the world.

Despite the Canadian’s better opposition and much more convincing serve games, Zhang also got his hands on the second set by winning 6-4.

It was the second time in his career that Marino was in the third round in a Grand Slam tournament. He had won the tour de force in 2011, at the French Open.

Fernandez will face Dabrowski in the mixed doubles

Quebecer Leylah Fernandez triumphed in her first match of the mixed doubles tournament, alongside her teammate Jack Sock.

After winning the first set 6-2, Fernandez and Sock conceded the second set, again 6-2. They won the super tiebreaker 10-5 to move on to the next round.

Leylah continues its momentum in doubles

Fernandez will face compatriot Gabrielle Dabrowski in the round of 16. Dabrowski teams up with Australian Max Purcell and on Thursday they won the first round match in two identical sets 7-5.

Dabrowski also triumphs in doubles

Pending his duel against Fernandez in mixed doubles, Dabrowski was disputing his second round duel in the women’s category with Mexican Giuliana Olmos.

Dabrowski won his duel without too much trouble in two sets of 6-1 and 6-4 to reach the round of 16.

In their first game, Dabrowski and his partner got the better of Americans Peyton Stearns and Ashlyn Krueger.


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