United States Open | In the third round, Bianca Andrews was eliminated by Vasek Pospis

(New York) Canadian Bianca Andris advanced to the second round of the US Open, while Comrade Vasek ended his run in the Bosphorus on Thursday.

Andrews, the 2019 champion in New York, showed a 6-4, 6-4 fighting spirit against American Lauren Davis. Earlier today, Bospisl magic was exhausted and she lost 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (5) to Belarusian Ilya Ivashka.

Denis Shapovalov attacked the Louis-Armstrong ground after Andrescu’s victory. Shapovalov, seventh seed, met with Spaniard Roberto Carpalus Pena.

For the sixth-seeded Andreas in the women’s division, she didn’t have the perfect performance against Davis, but she found a way to win.

The 21-year-old Ontarian removed two delays from the break-off service in the first inning before breaking Davis’ serve twice to win.

History repeats itself in the second set, when Andreas came from behind on two more occasions. Again, she closed the books in defiance of her competitor’s service.

Andres used five of the seven break points he had. Compared to Davis’ 11 appearances at 98, he has 19 successful shotse In this world.

In the next round, Andrews will face Belgian Crete Lightning, who defeated Russian Lyudmila Samsonova.

This is the first time since May that Andreas has won two games in a row.

For his part, he came to Bosphorus against Ivashka, who has won his last eight games and won the match at Winston-Salem.

Pospisil closed the two-set deficit by beating Italian Fabio Focchini in five sets on Tuesday in the first round.

Photo by Jerry Lai, USA Today Sports

In Vasek Pospisil

This time, in Paspis, he is 31 years old and occupies 58e The world rankings managed 35 winning shots against Iwashka, but also made 46 unforced errors. For his part, the Belarusian is ranked 53rde Able to manage 23 hit shots against 19 unforced errors in the world.

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Both players suffered breaks in service in the fifth and sixth games of the first set. However, he broke down twice in a row at Bospis and conceded the set to his rival.

Ivashka broke the second set of Pospisil’s service and recaptured. However the stumbling block was created 4-4 from the British Colombian slope.

After quickly winning his serve game, Iwashka broke Pospisil’s serve for the fifth time in the second inning.

Both players in the third set were less generous and needed a tiebreaker. Iwashka finished 6-3 with three match points. Pospisil closed the door twice, but Ivashka was able to celebrate his victory on the third chance, unable to withdraw his service at Pospisil.

In the third round, Ivashka will face sixth-ranked Italian Matteo Beretini.

In the women’s doubles, Lavalin defeated Leila Fernandez and her New Zealand partner Erin Routlif defeated American Christina McHale and Mexican Giuliana Olmos 6-4, 6-2 in the first round.

Ottavian Gabriela Dabrowski began her career in the women’s doubles and mixed doubles.

Dabrowski and Louisa Stefani of Brazil defeated fifth seed Victoria Golupic of Switzerland and Tamara Zidansek of Slovenia 6-1, 6-2.

Dabrowski and Stephanie met in the first round of the mixed doubles division. Toprovsky and New Zealander Marcus Daniel were the best tiebreakers, 7-5, 6-7 (3) and 11-9, against Stephanie and her Brazilian Marcelo Melo.

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