Beijing time on October 6, news, the French Open continues to compete in the women's singles 1/8 finals. German veteran Sigmund defeated former French Open youth champion Bardoza 7-5 6-2, continuing to refresh his career. The best record in a slam.
Sigmund had passed the test of three sets in the previous two rounds, defeating compatriot Gerges and No. 13 seed Martic. Today, facing the young Spanish teenager, the new United States Open doubles champion hit a wave of six consecutive rounds after 3-5 in the first set, and finally sealed the victory in two straight sets.
The two non-seeded players have different styles of play, but they have already made a major breakthrough in their careers here, entering the fourth round of the Grand Slam for the first time. Sigmund took the lead, broke serve and established a 2-1 lead.
The 22-year-old Spanish girl, who won two Grand Slams last week, Kr Stevens and Ostapenko, quickly launched a counterattack. She won 15 points in the next 22 points and won in the next five games. After four rounds, he seized the initiative from Sigmund.
The most tangled game belongs to Sigmund. She saved two break points to catch up to 3-3, but then lost eight points in a row and fell into a passive position.
However, Bardoza did not get the inventory next. Sigmund withstood the test of the tie and broke the opponent's serve win. Since then, he has sent an invisible egg and completely reversed the situation.
As the game progressed, the Spaniard applied for a medical timeout to treat his lower back. She failed to pose too much threat to the opponent in the second half and only scored four points in the second set.
This is the first time that Sigmund has won four straight matches since winning the Stuttgart station in 2017. At that time, she defeated three consecutive top ten places in the world in this local top competition-world ninth Kuznetsova, world third Ka Pliskova and the world's fourth Halep won the highest-level championship so far in his career.
After that, the German hadn't had a chance to show off his clay-court strength. It didn't take long for her to accidentally get injured at the Nuremberg station. The torn anterior cruciate ligament of her right knee caused Sigmund to leave the field for a while.