How is the qualifying scenario for the semifinals in the WTA Finals?


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How is the qualifying scenario for the semifinals in the WTA Finals?

With Anett Kontaveit (8th) and Paula Badosa (10th) as the first semifinalists and Iga Swiatek (9th) and Barbora Krejcikova (3rd) eliminated from the WTA Finals, the possibilities begin to close for the tennis players who still keep alive their hopes of advancing in the competition.

In the group Teotihuacan, Kontaveit was in charge of taking the lead in front of her teammates thanks to the straight victories she got against Krejcikova and Karolina Pliskova. The recent champion of Roland Garros, classified in the two modalities in Guadalajara, He reaped three consecutive defeats in his group so his chances will be reduced to what he can continue to do in doubles with his partner Katerina siniakova.

In the head-to-head fight between former leaders of the circuit, Garbiñe Muguruza, balanced with a game won and another lost, will have the chance to displace Pliskova as second classified in the group if they win in consecutive partials or, failing that, if they win in three, they must tie the tie with the percentage of sets and games won. For the Czech to maintain her position and advance to the semifinals, Anett Kontaveit must beat the Spanish.

While in the group Chichen Itza, lead by Paula Badosa After their two initial triumphs, those who will seek the pass to the next instance face to face will be Maria sakkari (6th) and Aryna Sabalenka (2nd). Whoever wins will accompany the champion of Indian wells as two of the four best of the contest. Iga Swiatek was out of competition after the loss to No. 2 in the world.


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