The Australian Open in 2019: Wozniacki and Kerber without problems came in the third round, the departure of Mertens

Australian Open-2019: Возняцки и Кербер без проблем вышли в третий круг, вылет Бертенс

Completed the third day of the 107-th draw of the Open championship of Australia on tennis.

The Australian Open champion-2018 Caroline Wozniacki in 1 hour and 7 minutes, broke the Swede Johan Larsson. On the way to victory, the Dane has implemented 4 of the 10 break points and never lost his serve, gave 3 ACE and organized 19 winnershow. In the third round, Wozniacki is waiting for a super match with the ex-first racket of the world Maria Sharapova, who at the start of the tournament in two games, has lost only three games.

The second-seeded Angelique Kerber also is confident in the tournament. In the second round of the German 1 hour and 23 minutes lost Beatriz Haddad Maia and went on the 240-th racket of the world, Kimberly Birrell. In the match against Haddad Maia Kerber implemented 3 out of 13 break points, and won 86% of points with first serve.

After Darya Kasatkina at an early stage of the Australian Open tournament left another tennis player from the top 10. Ninth-seeded Kiki, Bertens suddenly allowed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova to turn the tide of the match. In the final set, Bertens three times lost her serve and left Melbourne after failing to defend the points for last year’s third round.

The results of matches of seeded players:

Zoey Haves (Australia) – Caroline Garcia (France, 19) – 3:6, 3:6

Ashleigh Barty (Australia, 15) – Yafang Wang (China) – 6:2, 6:3

Donna Vekic (Croatia, 29) – Kimberly Birrell (Australia) – 4:6, 6:4, 1:6

Kiki, Bertens (Netherlands, 9) – Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Russia) – 6:3, 3:6, 3:6

Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark, 3) – Johanna Larsson (Sweden) – 6:1, 6:3

Annett Kontaveit (Estonia, 20) – Alexandra Sasnovich (Belarus) – 3:6, 3:6

Sloane Stephens (USA, 5) – Timea Babos (Hungary) – 6:3, 6:1

Arina Sobolenko (Belarus, 11) – Katie Butler (UK) – 6:3, 6:4

Angelique Kerber (Germany, 2) – Beatriz Haddad Maia (Brazil) – 6:2, 6:3

Peter Kvitova (Czechia, 8) – Irina-Camelia Begu (Romania) – 6:1, 6:3

Maria Sharapova (Russia, 30) – Rebecca Peterson (Sweden) – 6:2, 6:1

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