Osorio said goodbye to Wimbledon against Sabalenka


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Osorio said goodbye to Wimbledon against Sabalenka

Colombia’s dream came to an end in the third round of Wimbledon: Aryna Sabalenka (No. 4 in the world and second seed) was a lot for Camila Osorio Serrano (No. 94) and crushed her 6-0 and 6-3 in an hour and minutes of play. In this way, the Latin American tennis player said goodbye to the third Grand Slam of the season, remaining one step away from reaching the second week of competition.

Despite the abysmal difference in the score in the first game he played vs. a top ten, Osorio missed nine break chances. That, plus not having been fine with his service (he only kept it once), explains the reason for the result.

After winning two matches in the London tournament, the Colombian is virtually 80th WTA. Without a doubt, he closed the tour on grass with a very good feeling.

The wedge thus completed its best task in a Grand Slam in majors. Former junior champion of the US Open, she qualified this year at Roland Garros and now on the London lawn she was the top favorite in qualifying and already in the main draw she added two victories.

She was the first Colombian to reach the third round of singles at Wimbledon winning two matches, since Isabel Fernández de Soto did it in 1974 but with a different key, since she barely played a game and went to the third round of the London contest.

Osorio was also the youngest in her country to win two games in a row at Wimbledon, as she is just 19 years and six months old. Great passage through La Catedral, adding filming against the best. Thus, the WTA champion from Bogotá last April continues to climb.


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