Bia Haddad will meet Anisimova in Adelaide

Bia Haddad will meet Anisimova in Adelaide

The young American Amanda Anisimova, presently 29th in the position, will be Beatriz Haddad Maia’s second challenger at the WTA 500 in Adelaide. The 21-year-old tennis player, who needed to complete in the qualifiers and got in just as a lucky-loser, got rid of Russian Ludmilla Samsonova on Monday evening, by 7/5 as well as 6/3.

Bia has actually gone across paths with Anisimova two times as well as lost both times. The initial was in the Bogotá semifinal, on clay, in 2019, as well as in 2015 the American won once more on the hard floor of Doha, in the first round.

The Brazilian left-hander, 15th worldwide, has yet to lose in 2023. She started the season with 2 success in the United Cup certifying stage, one of them over top 30 Martina Trevisan. On Sunday evening, she debuted well in Adelaide and also bested Romanian Sorana Cirstea in straight sets.

Anisimova was currently considered a prodigy of the circuit, having begun her professional profession at the age of 16. She got to 21st location in 2019, when she reached the semifinals at Roland Garros. The loss of her dad as well as physical troubles disrupted her surge, but in 2022 she won her second WTA and then reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon.

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