Korean Pergula, Overpowered the Number One Sibiong Tech

Korean Pergula, Overpowered the Number One Sibiong Tech… Canadian Open tennis finals

Jessica Pegula

Jessica Pegula (3rd place, USA) defeated world number one Iga Sibiong Tech (Poland) to advance to the final of the Canadian Open (total prize money of 2,788,468 dollars) of the Women’s Professional Tennis (WTA) Tour.

On the 12th (local time) in Montreal, Canada, in the singles semifinals on the sixth day of her tournament,

Fegula defeated Sibiong Tech 2-1 (6-2 6-7 <4-7> 6-4) after 2 hours and 30 minutes. won

Fegula challenges Elena Rivakina (4th place, Kazakhstan) and Ludmila Samsonova (18th place, Russia)

to win the singles title in her 3rd career tour.

If he wins this tournament, he will win the singles championship

in the WTA 1000 series tournament for the second year in a row

following last year’s Guadalajara tournament. 카지노사이트

The WTA 1000 series corresponds to the level just below

the four major tournaments, and nine tournaments are held a year.

In the opponent’s record against Sibiong Tech, the gap was narrowed to 3 wins and 5 losses.

Pegula is of Korean descent to her mother, Kim Pegula, who was born in Korea and adopted to the United States.

Daughters of Billionaires

Kim Pegula and her father, Terry Pegula, are well-known as ‘daughters of billionaires’

because they built a fortune of over 7 trillion won in natural gas, real estate, sports, and entertainment businesses.

Sibiong Tech

Sibiong Tech, who won the fourth singles championship this year at the Warsaw Open, where he participated just before, stopped winning streak at 8 games with the defeat that day.

During the second set tie-break, where the heat of the match was unfolding,

the organizer made a mistake and the joyful country-style song ‘Cotton Eye Joe’ suddenly came out, embarrassing the two players and the crowd.

With Pegula leading 4-3, music played as the two players exchanged shots.

The referee made the booing fans laugh by saying “Thanks to the sound team” while invalidating the play.

The two players resumed play without any protest.

Association of Tennis Professional

At the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Canada Open (total prize money: $6.6 million) held in Toronto,

Alex Diminore (18th, Australia) defeated Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (37th, Spain) 2-0 (6-1 6) -3) and advanced to the finals.

Diminor will face off against the winner of the match between Tommy Paul (14th, USA) and Jannik Sinner (8th, Italy) in the final.

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