Kvitova lost to 19-year-old Latvia, Strýcová did not play because of the rain

Tennis player Petra Kvitova finished on Birmingham grass in 2nd round. Fifth fitter had a leg problem and lost in a match interrupted by Latvia with Eva Ostapenkova 4: 6, 6: 4 and 3: 6. Barbora Strycova was to play the quarterfinals today, but the home match against Heather Watson was moved to Friday due to the weather.

Kvitova lost to 38th WTA Ostapenko this year on a hard surface in Doha and not even on her favorite The grass on a nineteen-year-old rival was not enough. Twice Wimbledon winner Kvitova took advantage of only three out of 12 brejkballs and she lost herself five times.

The first set came to Kvitova, playing with a fetched right thigh muscles, after not having pulled three bikes in 4: 3 and then lost service after a double bout.

P> In the second set, the Czechs led 3: 0 and called the coach unusually. Frantisek Cermak told her that she had to consider herself whether to continue as her leg restrained her. “The question is, how does it look like tomorrow? It may be even worse,” Cermak said.

Kvitova urged her not to risk a match. “If you can not move and restrict you, it’s better to get it and be ready for another tournament, but it’s up to you,” he said.

Kvitova smiled at the coach and continued to play.But the opponent pushed it to 3: 3 and then the game was interrupted for 40 minutes due to the rain. After returning, Kvit gained the second set.

In the third set she still led 2: online betting free bets 0, but she has only one game since she won the 2014 Wimbledon Junior Winner. “On the grass, Kvitova is one of the most dangerous players because she won Wimbledon twice, and I’m excited about the winnings over it,” Latvian said.

Despite the loss, Kvitova may return from the current Wanda singles

Keys (7-USA) – Paszek (Austria) 6: 1, 6: 3.

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