After the victories of Iga Świątek, Maja Chwalińska, Magda Linette and Katarzyna Kawa, Magdalena Fręch was the last Polish woman to compete in the main tournament of Wimbledon. The 92nd world ranking tennis court, which was created also the most difficult, incl.
Sensation! Fręch defeated Giorgi. Five Polish women in the second round of Wimbledon
The 24-year-old from Łódź, who for the first time in her career plays in the Wimbledon main tournament, managed to compete from the first main tournament. The first game, with a very strong Italian peak, lasts as much as 11 minutes and includes 16 points. He is chosen by Giorgi and always in many games, always and consistently, and there are no mistakes, both tennis players always won when creating their own.
It changed only at 4: 4, when she managed to break her opponent’s advantage after the game, unexpectedly for Magdalena Fręch. The Polish competitor, however, was unable to seal it with a won game at her own website. Serving to win in the first set and having two sets, it was possible to break 5: 5.
The first game in the first game saw a tie-break, which was great, Magdalena Fręch leading 3-0. The Polish woman of the weight was not the first champion’s move – 4 simply shares, and then 5: 3 came out, the 2nd champion won until and after 80 minutes of this tour, the whole set was 7: 6.
When II was proceeding in a similar manner and both tenisks would follow a heavy fight for each game. She probably won her own and started to beat her opponent regularly. Life to zero, thanks to which she was leading 2-0, and then after the game to the advantage to lead 4-0.
And a bit in the additional game at Poland’s own service, a stumble happened (a jewel lost after the game to the advantage), Fręch did not break down with this breakthrough and the competition returned in the additional game, she wins to 15, and then, winning to victory in the whole place, she won to zero, finishing the match with a service ace.
Magdalena Fręch sensationally beat Italian Camila Giorgi 7: 6, 6: 1 and as the fifth Polish tennis player advanced to the second round of Wimbledon. Tennis in Polish has not yet been! The 24-year-old from Łódź will additionally play with the Swedish Rebecca Peterson (WTA 96) or the Slovak Anna Karolina Schmiedlova (WTA 84).