San Jose: heavy defeat in Singles

San Jose: heavy defeat in Singles

02/08/2018 – (Photo: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images North America) Timi wins one game in two sets…


Maria Sakkari (Greek)-Tímea Babos (Hungarian, 8) 6:0, 6:1


The match lasted 56 minutes.


“My opponent played very well, I did not have a chance! Se hit Me out of the court, as its order. Sakkari has played awesome, that I think anyone could have been her opponent today, she can be the winner” – said Timi.


Unfortunately, the match was extremely unilateral, the Hungarian player did not have a chance.


In the 23-minute first set, Sakkari led with three breaks to 5:0, losing only six rallies. In the sixth game, Timi led 40-0 as a receiver, but could lived with the chances.


Much of the second act was even more smoothly formed. Sakkari won four games for a 4:0 lead, losing one rally in each game. In the fifth game, Timi led 40-30 behind her serve, but also lost that…In the end, Sakkari had a total of four match point at 6:0, 5:0, but finally, the Hungarian player won the game. But it had no big effect on the match.


In the next game, the Greek player led 40-15 as a receiver, and now she finished the one-sided match.