Paula Ormaechea will face American Danielle Rose Collins for the quarterfinals of the Budapest Grand Prix, on brick dust, indoors and with prizes for 235 thousand euros.
The one born 28 years ago in Sunchales, Santa Fe, and ranked 255th in the WTA world rankings, was installed among the eight best in the Hungarian tournament after leaving the Bulgarian on the road. Viktoriya Tomova (109) and Serbian Ivana Jorovic (334), and he will take on a much more than demanding challenge against Collins (49), second seeded.
In the case of advancing to the semifinals, Ormaechea will face the winner of the duel between the Ukrainian Anhelina Kalinina (95) and the Hungarian Panna Udvardy (204).
The top favorite for the title in Hungary is Kazakh Yulia Putintseva (42), who advanced to the quarterfinals after beating the Georgian Ekaterine Gorgodze (215) and the Croatian Ana Konjuh (120), and will play her next match against the Ukrainian Kateryna Kozlova (154).