Women’s tennis world No. 1 Iga Cibiontek (23-Poland) has claimed the Madrid Open title on the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tour.

The 23-year-old defeated No. 2 Ariana Sabalenka (26-Belarus) 2-1 (7-5 4-6 7-6<9-7>) in three hours and 11 minutes in the singles final on the final day of the tournament in Madrid, Spain. She faced match point on three occasions in the third set and was on the brink of defeat, but she fought back to save the day. 카지노사이트

The three hours and 11 minutes is the longest match in a WTA Tour singles final this season. Civion Tech maintained its dominance in the all-time series against Sabalenka, winning 7-3.

After losing to Sabalenka in the final of the tournament last year, Cibionte avenged the defeat to lift her first Madrid Open trophy. It was her first singles title on tour since the BNP Paribas Open in March. The Madrid Open singles title is worth €932,250 ($1.4 million). “I’m just happy to win,” he said. Whether I win or not, I dream of the top in every tournament I play,” he said.

Sibyon-Tec is considered the next ‘dirt specialist’. Of his four major titles, apart from the US Open (2022) on hard courts, three have been won on clay (2020, 2022, 2023).

After winning his first clay-court title of the year, 메이저 토토사이트 the French Open will be held in about two weeks’ time, and he is looking to make it three in a row.

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