Former tennis player appreciated 16-year-old Andreeva’s play in victory over Jabeur 16:48

Former famous domestic tennis player Andrei Olkhovsky, in his comment to socialbites.ca, evaluated the beginning of the Australian Open for the 16-year-old Russian, who defeated the world’s sixth racket from Tunisia, Ons Jabeur, in the second round match. – 6:0, 6:2. The expert has a hard time predicting where Andreeva can move on from the tournament group.

“This is very difficult to say. This is just a magnificent victory. Firstly, with a victory and secondly with such a devastating score, few expected. The impression was created that Mirra Andreeva was the sixth racket in the world and her opponent was much lower in the rankings. It was as if the place was “It’s like they changed it. Mirra gave a confident performance. It’s great, very cool!”

Andreeva is ranked 47th in the WTA world rankings; She repeatedly called Jabeur her idol. The Russian played in the junior final at last year’s Australian Open, then claimed the year’s inaugural title on the WTA tour and has now reached the third round in three of the four Grand Slam tournaments.

Previously at the Australian Open I’m amazed Andreeva.

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Source: Gazeta

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