Camila Giorgi beats Arantxa Rus in Rome to advance to round two - UBITENNIS (2023)

Camila Giorgi beats Arantxa Rus in Rome to advance to round two - UBITENNIS (1)

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Camila Giorgi defeated Arantxa Rus 4-6 6-2 6-2 at the International BNL d'Italia in Rome from a set Reversed in case of a deficit. Rose lovingly broke the serve in the fifth game and won the first set. Giorgi broke serve twice in the fourth and eighth games to finish the second set 6-2 and drag the game into a tiebreak.

Giorgi broke serve in the second game to make it 2-0. Rose immediately countered the next game, but George took control of the game after a stoppage of service in the sixth.

Former US Open champion Sloan Stephens defeated Nadia Podoloska 6-4, 6-1 in one hour and 22 minutes. Stephens will face former Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka.

Stephens broke the first serve in the third game to lead 2-1. Podoroska immediately scored to make it 2-2. Stephens broke serve for a second time in the ninth game to finish the first set 6–4. The American broke the serve three times and won the second set 6-1.

Sorana Cristea recovered from defeat by defeating Katie Volynets 2-6 6-3 6-4. Volynets broke serve early in the first game of the first set. In the fourth game, Cristia broke serve to tie the score at 2-2. Volynetz won four games in a row, broke serve twice and won the first set 6-2. Cristia broke the serve in the second game and won the second set 6-3. In the second game of the deciding game, Volinec broke the service and led 2-0. Cristia took her third chance in the third game and broke the serve. Cristia broke the second game serve from Love in the seventh game and locked the third game 6-4.

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova defeated Sarah Errani 6-1 6-1 in 62 minutes in the match between the two former Roland Garros finalists, with two breaks each set.

Pavlyuchenkova is now 6-2 in her eight head-to-head encounters with Errani.

Pavlyuchenkova never conceded a break point in the game. The Russian took his second victory since his comeback.

Pavlyuchenkova faced defending champion Iga Swiatek in the second round.

Gabriela Ruse comfortably defeated Linda Fruhvirtova 6-1 6-0. Ruth saved all six breakpoints she encountered. She will face Beatriz Haddad Maia, last year's Birmingham champion.

Camila Osorio defeated Varvara Gracheva 7-6 (7-4) 1-6 7-6 (7-4) in 2 hours and 40 minutes. Osorio was down three match points from 5-2 in the third set. At 6-5, she failed to convert two match points, but won the tiebreak 7-4. Osorio has a second round match against Petra Martic scheduled.

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Andy Murray (GBR) Credits: AELTC/Edward Whitaker

Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray pulled out of next week's French Open as he turned his attention to the upcoming grass swing.

The former world No. 1 has spent the past few weeks pondering whether or not to play the French Open, a clay-court roller coaster for the Briton. In his last five matches on the tour, Murray lost four of his opening matches, the only exception being a Challenger victory in France. However, on the ATP Tour, he has not won back-to-back matches since reaching the Qatar Open final in February.

"At this point in my career, the right things are a priority. I trust my body now, but I know my best chance is to get better at Wimbledon."Murray told the Guardian about his Grand Slam prospects earlier this year.

Murray has only played the French Open once in the last five years, and that was in 2019. He also decided to sit out games last season to maximize his preparation for the grass swing. His best performance at Roland Garros was reaching the final in 2016, when he was defeated by Novak Djokovic. He also reached the semifinals in 2017 before losing to Stan Wawrinka.

The 36-year-old has yet to publicly comment on his decision to retire from Roland Garros, which has been confirmed by the tournament. On his way to Wimbledon he plays the Cinch Open at Queen's Club. Though he might decide to play more events on grass.

Murray won 46 ATP titles and played 56 Grand Slam main draws. In 2019, he underwent hip resurfacing surgery to extend his playing career.

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Daniil Medvedev reached the Fifa final in Rome after a rain-delayed second semi-final victory over Stefanos Tsitsipas 7-5 7-5.

Medvedev converted all four break points in the head-to-head game against Tsitsipas to make it 8-4. The Russian player had never won a match in Rome before this year.

Medvedev played in the final against Holgluny, who defeated Kaspar Rudd in three sets in the first semifinal.

Medvedev won 30 of his 36 first service points and only got a break point.

The Russian player broke serve for the first time in the opening game and secured a 4-2 lead in three innings. Tsitsipas broke serve in the eighth game to make it 4-4 before the game was interrupted by rain.

The game resumed in the evening, with Tsitsipas coming back from 0-30 down to hold serve at 5-4 before the game was interrupted for a second time by rain. An hour and forty minutes later, Medvedev and Tsitsipas returned to court.

Medvedev kept 30 points at 5-5. Tsitsipas is 40-0 in 11 gamesDayMedvedev scored 5 consecutive points to break serve after Sisipas double fouled. Medvedev ended the first set after 56 minutes with the serve winner.

Medvedev broke serve early in the second set. Sisipas broke serve in the sixth game to tie the score at 3-3. The next four games continue to serve. Tsitsipas forced the second set at 5-5, but Medvedev won the decisive break with a forehand. The Russian served for the game and held it until 15th to secure his place in the final.

"I had a lot of fun today. It was really tough because of the rain and the delays. I warmed up six or seven times, but sometimes it really gets you down and you can get a little angry with the situation. Don't know not why today, i want to laugh a little"said Medvedev.

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Anhelina Kalinina retired after Elena Rybakina pulled out in the late night second set at Internazionali BNL d'Italia in Rome to win. She won her second WTA 1000 title of the year.

Rybakina lost to Kalinina on clay in Charleston last year.

Rybakina won her fifth singles title and is expected to be ranked No. 4 in the world. The Kazakh added the Rome title to her Indian Wells trophy, becoming the first player to win two WTA 1000 titles this year. This year, she improved her WTA record of 1,000 matches to 19-2.

Monica Seles and Maria Sharapova are the only players to reach the finals of the Australian Open, Indian Wells, Miami and Rome in the same year.

Karinina broke serve early to take a 3-1 lead. In the sixth game, Rebakina broke serve to tie the score at 3-3. The Wimbledon defending champion again broke serve to take a 5-4 lead.

Karinina retired after giving up a run in the second inning with a left leg injury.

"I feel like my body is at its limit today. I started today, but after two or three games it doesn't work. I try, but it doesn't work",said Karinina.

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