Tennis player Sobolenko announces his quick victory at the US Open with a desire to go out to lunch 04:10

Belarusian tennis player Arina Sobolenko ironically answered the journalist’s question about the pace of the game, while commenting on her victory over French athlete Clara Burel in the third round match of the US Open (US Open). His words convey Tennis Letter.

Sobolenko defeated his opponent in 1 hour and 1 minute with the scores of 6:1 and 6:1. After the match, the journalist asked the Belarusian athlete if he was in a hurry to go somewhere, having achieved such a quick victory.

“Absolutely. I need food. I need a good lunch. I’m in a hurry, ‚ÄĚSobolenko said with a laugh.

Sobolenko had his 47th win this season, achieving the best result of his career. It also advanced to the second week of the Grand Slam tournaments for the tenth time.

In the next round, the Belarus representative will fight against Russian tennis player Daria Kasatkina, who defeated Belgian Grethier Minnen in the fourth round match in two sets with 6:3 and 6:4. Kasatkina and Sobolenko will fight for the quarterfinals on September 4, the start time of the match is not yet known.

Formerly Russian loss American at the US Open.

Source: Gazeta


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