US Open 2020: a good start in Doubles

US Open 2020: a good start in Doubles

04/09/2020 – Timi and Kristina Mladenovic broke the opponent twice in Bach set.

US OPEN 2020 (GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT, 53 400 000 USD, HARD COURT), WOMEN’S DOUBLES, ROUND 1
Babos Tímea, Kristina Mladenovic (Hungarian, French, 1)-Kaitlyn Christian, Giuliana Olmos (USA, Mexican) 6:2, 6:2

 

The match lasted 58 minutes in New York.

 

The 1st szeded Hungarian-French had trouble at the beginning of the Match, bit played betér then the opponent. Timi and Kiki Mladenovic loved with the fourth break chance in the opening game, and savad their Town game from the break points.

 

After 2:0, the 1st seeds broke again and came a smooth service game. Christian and Olmos won the own games, but had no real chance for a better result.

 

In the second set, Timi and her partner jumped to a 4:0 lead again, and won their serve to 15 after 5:1

 

The Hungarian-French pair’s next opponent will be Gabriela Dabrowski and Alison Riske.

 

The Canadian player (born: 1 April 1992) is 7th at the World Rankings, this is her career high position. So far, Dabrowski has won 9 WTA Tour and 12 ITF tournaments is Doubles. Last year she reached the final at Wimbledon with Xu Yin (China).

 

Riske (born: 3 July 1990) is 85th at the World Rankings, has a career best position of 43rd (11 November 2019). So far, she has won 1 ITF tournament in Doubles.