United States Open | Bianca Andreas does the short work of Crete Electric in the 3rd round

(New York) Bianca Andrews of Canada did the short work of her Belgian opponent Crete Minnan on Saturday, winning the third round of the US Open 6-1, 6-2 in just 67 minutes.

Under the sunny sky, the sixth seed Andreas, Minen, 104 really didn’t caree World fraud.

The 21-year-old Ontario made two passes and converted four of her seven break points. In comparison, during this one-sided fight his opponent made a double mistake and failed to beat Andreas on four occasions.

In 2019, she will face reigning champion Maria Zachary of Greece in 17th place in the 16th round.

So there will be two representatives of the maple leaf in the 16th round of the women’s singles competition on Flushing Lawn.

Earlier in the day, Cuban Lela Annie Fernandez stunned defending champion Naomi Osaka of Japan 5-7, 7-6 (2) and 6-4 in three sets. He will face German Angelique Gerber, 16, in the next rounde The seed of competition.

Meanwhile, Fernandez, 73e The World Rocket will be able to hone their weapons this afternoon against Americans Robin Montgomery and Ashlyn Krueger in the second round of the women’s doubles competition.

On the men’s side, Ontario Denis Shapovalov will meet Lloyd Harris of South Africa in the evening.

Shapovalov, the seventh seed, will then try to join his countryman Felix Agar-Aliasimi in the fourth round. Cuban Spaniard Roberto Batista knocked out Akata 6-3, 6-4, 4-6, 3-6 and 6-3 on Friday night, setting the stage for a fight in the next round against American Francis Diafo.

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