Tennis player Jil Belen Teichmann wins in the 64th final of the Australian Open

Jil Belen Teichmann, Switzerland, number 34 in the WTA, fulfilled the forecasts by winning in one hour and nineteen minutes by 6-3 and 6-3 a Petra Martic, Croatian tennis player, number 57 in the WTA, in the sixty-fourth final of the Australian Open. After this result, the tennis player takes the position for the 32nd final of the Australian Open.

The statistics reflect that the Swiss player managed to break her opponent’s serve 4 times, achieved 71% effectiveness in the first service, committed 3 double faults and won 68% of the points on serve. Regarding the Croatian tennis player, she managed to break her opponent’s serve on one occasion, her effectiveness was 64%, she committed 2 double faults and got 52% of the points on serve.

In the 32nd finals, Teichmann will face the Belarusian tennis player Victoria Azarenka, number 25 and seeded number 24.

the tournament of Melbourne (Open de Australia Indiv. Fem.) takes place between January 9 and 30 on an outdoor hard court. A total of 240 players compete in this competition and a total of 128 reach the final phase, including those who qualify directly, those who have managed to win in the previous rounds of the championship and the invited players.

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