Julia Graber of Vorarlberg in the third round of the WTA 1000 tennis tournament in Rome. A 7:6 (4), 5:7, 6:3 victory over Swiss Gilles Teichmann on Friday means one of the greatest successes of the current Austrian seed on the Tour. In the first round, Graber defeated Italy’s Nuria Brancaccio 6:4, 3:6, 6:2. It’s up to Lisa Pigato (ITA) or Darja Kasatkina (RUS-8) to reach the round of 16.
Grabher fearlessly started against the 26th of the millionth event with a break. Tischmann hit back to make it 3:3, then the tiebreaker was controlled by Grabher. The second group was settled by the setback. ÖTV Athlete took over the service three times, but it wasn’t enough. Because Grabher didn’t make up for the loss of the serve until 5:6. But it stayed, picking up the pace from the 3:3 mark and holding on after 2:51 hours.
Grabher made life difficult for himself with 13 double faults, and Teichmann didn’t know how to capitalize enough with eight break opportunities. Statistics also show that the world number is 89. It was there earlier in the most important moments. She will be among the top 75 in the world rankings for the first time on Monday. In the end, Grabher, who had been ill before the tournament, increased the head-to-head encounter with the 58th ranked lead to 2-0. You have never played against Pigato and Kasatkina.
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