Cleveland, Podoroska’s last station prior to the US Open


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Cleveland, Podoroska's last station prior to the US Open

The week before the start of the US Open will have an Argentine presence in the female branch and very close to New York: It is the WTA 250 Cleveland.

Daria Kasatkina and Anett Kontaveit start as the first seeds, but in the painting there are other illustrious names such as Johanna Konta, Vera Zvonareva and the Spanish Sara Sorribes.

However, for South America and specifically Argentina, the eyes will be on Nadia Podoroska. New presence of the Rosario looking to string together triumphs that lift her spirits to face the last Grand Slam of the season.

His debut as the fifth favorite will be against local Bernarda Pera (82nd in the WTA ranking) and, if he overcomes this instance, he will collide with the winner of Christina McHale and Aliaksandra Sasnovich.

The surprise is the participation of Bethanie Mattek-Sands. Easier to see her as a doubles player, ranking 362nd in singles (she was 30th in 2011), the experienced American took advantage of the pandemic situation to play several singles tournaments this year even winning a match like in Melbourne.


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