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Thread: WIMBLEDON 2018 - Women's

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    Re: WIMBLEDON 2018 - Women's

    Now defending champion and 3rd seed Gabrine Muguruza out to Van Uytvanck 5-7,6-2,6-1 on court 2. Muguruza wasn't that impressive but the Belgian played great in 3rd set.

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    Re: WIMBLEDON 2018 - Women's

    Quote Originally Posted by JAMES4578 View Post
    Now defending champion and 3rd seed Gabrine Muguruza out to Van Uytvanck 5-7,6-2,6-1 on court 2. Muguruza wasn't that impressive but the Belgian played great in 3rd set.
    Shocker huh?! But good for Alison - she has quite the interesting game style.
    Andy. Rafa. Milos. What's not to like?

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    Ekaterina Makarova is the first women into the last 16, beating Lucie Safarova.
    Last edited by Hawkeye; 06-07-2018 at 12:57.
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    Ekaterina Makarova is the first women into the quarters, beating Lucie Safarova.
    Last 16, Evgeniya Rodina has just joined her putting out 10th seed Madison Keys 6-4 in the 3rd.

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    That was exciting - despite some rather lacklustre tennis. Injured qualifier beats 10th seed. Go Rodina! Hopefully her back/leg will be better with the extra day off.

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    Only really watched fist 2 sets but kept eye on it , Keys looked the more likely winner after she somehow turned the 2nd around, Rodina done well but not great for Madison ! Faces Serena next though who came through two tight sets against Mladenovic. However Venus out to Bertens 8-6 in 3rd, Kiki originally served for match in 2nd.
    Last edited by JAMES4578; 07-07-2018 at 09:31.

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    The upsets continue as top seed Simona Halep goes out to Su Wei Hsieh 7-5 in the 3rd, despite having a 5-2 lead. Of the top ten only Pliskova still in contention. Serena's chances seem to be increasing by the day.

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    Ho hum
    Now who's left who can beat Serena???

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    Re: WIMBLEDON 2018 - Women's

    Bizarre situation with only 7 women's seeds remaining going into week 2. I had a fantastic day at Wimbledon last Tuesday. Sorry this is a bit late and behind the times, but I am only managing to get on here now between one thing and another. Saw Muguruza play Naomi Broady. Was impressed how hard Naomi made Gaby work in set 2. Also saw Halep...she was very good on Tues. My fav match was watching young Katy Dunne play Ostapenko. Katy took her to a TB in the second set and I was so impressed with Katy. I really took her to my heart, she has such an endearing personality and I love her attitude. Will be keeping an eye on her progress. My only regret last Tues was not being able to meet up with other forummers, though I did manage to catch up with lovetennis which was great. It was SO hot, I had to take frequent breaks from the court to lower the body temperature. Wish I were still there. Loved the match yesterday between Halep and Hsieh, such compelling viewing. Though Hsieh is very entertaining and also very endearing, I thought the tournament needed Simona to stay in. But wide open now, so what will happen?.....

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    Re: WIMBLEDON 2018 - Women's

    Jelena Ostapenko is first into the quarters, closely followed by Dominika Cibulkova.
    Hawkeye always has the last word.

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