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Nadia Podoroska had a triumphant debut, with “Gran Willy” included, in Madrid

Nadia Podoroska had a triumphant debut, with “Gran Willy” included, in Madrid

In his presentation at main draw of the Spanish tournament, Nadia Podoroska, 66th in the world, defeated the Czech Katerina Siniakova (40th) 6-2 and 7-6 (2) in 1h 33m

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The debut of Nadia Podoroska in it WTA 1000 Madrid It was triumphant and luxurious. The Rosario, No. 66 in the world, defeated the Czech Katerina Siniakova (40) 6-2 and 7-6 (2), with a score of Big Willy which left her rival without reaction, and advanced to the 2nd round, in which she will face the American Emma Navarro (23rd).

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In a match that almost got complicated towards the end, but that she ended up resolving safely and in which she even dared to throw a little magic, Nadia Podoroska served for the match with the score 5-4 in the second set, but he gave up the serve. However, she recovered quickly and won 6-2 and 7-6 (2) in 1h 33m against the Czech Katerina Siniakova to get into the second round of the Madrid tournament (€ 7,679,965, clay) for the first time. time.

Nadia Podoroska took advantage of the wink of luck

The 27-year-old from Rosario entered the WTA 1000 in Madrid because she benefited from the loss of the Czech Marie Bouzkova (36th). In this way, she avoided playing the classification and took advantage of that wink of luck and took revenge for last year’s elimination in the initial round. Her next rival will be the American Emma Navarro (23rd), who will make her debut in this round.

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Thanks to the celebration at the debut, Nadia Podoroska will climb (at least) to 61st place in the WTA ranking, her best position since she spent almost a year away from the courts, between June 2021 and August 2022, for a Proximal hamstring tendinopathy in his right leg. Roland Garros semi-finalist in 2020 and former 36th in the world, the Rosario continues to recover the ground that she lost due to the inactivity forced by that injury, which ejected her from the top 200 and forced her to relaunch from the bottom.

Madrid, with strong Argentine prominence

The Madrid classification, both in men and women, had national prominence. María Lourdes Carlé (82°; 24 years old) beat the Australian Astra Sharma (126°) in the second and final round of qualifying by 6-3 and 7-5, in 1h30m, and she will play the main draw. And she will give herself an extra treat: this Wednesday, around 10, she makes her debut against the British Emma Raducanu (221°), former top ten and champion of the 2021 US Open. For Lourdes Carlé, the one from Madrid is the second WTA 1000 of her career, after also entering Miami a few weeks ago.

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Just as she did in Miami, Lourdes Carlé once again surpassed the qualification for a WTA 1000, this time in Madrid.  The Argentine, No. 82 in the ranking, appears increasingly established on the big circuit and tomorrow she will make her debut in the main draw against the British Emma Raducanu, former No. 10 in 2022.

Just as she did in Miami, Lourdes Carlé once again surpassed the qualification for a WTA 1000, this time in Madrid. The Argentine, No. 82 in the ranking, appears increasingly established on the big circuit and tomorrow she will make her debut in the main draw against the British Emma Raducanu, former No. 10 in 2022.

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At 34 years old, Facundo Bagnis (136°) will play for the first time in the main draw of the Madrid Masters 1000 (€ 9,249,713, clay). In the second round of qualifying, the man from Rosario defeated the Italian Giulio Zeppieri (141st) by a double 6-4. It will be the eighth Masters 1000 main draw for the player born in Rosario but raised in Armstrong, Santa Fe, who was the only Argentine joy on the men’s side.

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The thing is that in the last round Francisco Comesaña, Thiago Tirante, Federico Coria and Camilo Ugo Carabelli lost. This Wednesday the main draw of the Madrid Masters 1000 will begin. Mariano Navone (41st) will face the Australian Alexi Popyrin (46th), in the third round (from 6, Argentine time). Lourdes Carlé will play against Emma Raducanu; Facundo Bagnis (136th) will go against the American Brandon Nakashima (81st), and in the last match of the day in the central court, Facundo Díaz Acosta (47th) will face the Canadian Denis Shapovalov (132nd, entered with protected ranking).

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