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Paszek also takes out No. 1

Paszek also takes out No. 1

The current number three player is playing in Austria to win his biggest title since 2012 in Guadeloupe.

Tamera Paszek continued her winning ways in ITF hard court events in the new W35 class at Le Gosier. The 33-year-old won her fourth match in the French overseas department of Guadeloupe without losing a set. The fourth-seeded Vorarlberg woman (WTA 387) also beat top-seeded American Maria Mathias (WTA 281) 6:1, 7:5 after 97 minutes of play in the semifinals on Saturday late in the evening after Central European Time. After a dominant performance in the first set, Paszek had to fight harder in the second round, leaving a 5:3 lead and two match points at 5:4 and 15:40 as a setback. Thanks to another strong finish, the former world No. 26 ensured herself. But in the end victory. The two-time Wimbledon quarter-finalist and three-time WTA champion will be in action for her biggest win since the 2012 WTA Premier Tour in Eastbourne on Sunday at 7:30pm CET, with her opponent being the 22-year-old Belgian. General. Clara Flasselier (WTA 536). However, Paszek has already collected 23 WTA points by reaching the final at Le Gosier. With this, she will knock on the door to reach the top 350 players again in the world rankings. Final success would take them to a place around 340.

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