Emma Raducanu and Camila Osorio know their way in Cluj-Napoca


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Emma Raducanu and Camila Osorio know their way in Cluj-Napoca

Emma Raducanu (24Th) and Camila Osorio (63Th), who will play the final in Tenerife, already know their rivals in the WTA 250 in Cluj-Napoca, in Romania. A promising team, with several outstanding tennis players on the circuit and that will surely be a guarantee of interesting crosses.

To climb in the tournament, the British will have to happen in his debut to Polona Hercog (123ª), the 30-year-old Slovenian tennis player who has three career titles. In the quarterfinals, a potential rival is Marta Kostyuk (53rd).

In the semifinals he can be measured with Simona Halep (19th), the favorite for the title, who will debut with Elena-Gabriela Ruse (83rd). And if he reaches the final, from the predictions he would face Anett Konateveit (20th), the second seed, which will make its debut in front of a tennis player from the qualy.

Secondly, the Colombian will face the Swedish Rebecca Petterson (97th), with whom it will be the first time I play. If he wins, a potential rival is Irina-Camelia Begu (56th). If he continues to advance, a possible third-round duel is against Jil Teichmann (39th) and, because he is in the lower part of the block, in the semifinals he can touch Kontaveit.

Osorio will arrive in Cluj-Napoca having surpassed a national mark: With her triumph in the semifinals in Tenerife, she became the first Colombian tennis player to contest two WTA definitions in the same year since Fabiola Zuluaga in 1999.

For her part, another tennis player who lights the Cluj-Napoca box is Ajla Tomljanovic (43rd), the fifth seeded, which in her debut will have Anastasia Potapova (68th) on the other side.

Everything is ready for a new tournament on the WTA circuit, which is slowly entering the final stretch of the 2021 season.


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