Canada’s Bouchard shows some flash, Andreescu also through at Guadalajara Open


Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard superior to the second spherical of the WTA 1000 Guadalajara Open by knocking off American Kayla Day 7-5, 6-3 on Tuesday.

The 28-year-old Montreal native confirmed some spectacular flash on the courtroom as she fired two aces and saved 50 per cent of Day’s break level probabilities within the one hour, 26-minute match.

WATCH l Canada’s Bouchard defeats Day in straight units:

Eugenie Bouchard impresses at the WTA Guadalajara Open

Eugenie Bouchard had a dominant efficiency within the Round of 64 at the Guadalajara Open. Bouchard defeated American Kayla Day in straight units 7-5, 6-3 and seemed in management all through the match.

Bouchard, who set the tennis world on fireplace in 2014 when she reached the Wimbledon closing, and semifinals at the French Open and Australian Open, was also sturdy on return in opposition to the highly effective serve and hitting of her 23-year-old opponent, who had 5 aces and gained 68 per cent of her factors on first serve.

She will subsequent face Twelfth-seeded Jelena Ostapenko on Wednesday.

Andreescu rallies to down Kvitova

Bianca Andreescu of Mississauga, Ont., misplaced her opening set 6-3 on Tuesday night time to Sixteenth-seeded Petra Kvitova of Czechia, however bounced again with spectacular 6-2, 6-0, wins to win the match in two hours, 11 minutes.

Kvitova had eight double faults within the match in comparison with 5 for Andreescu, whereas serving 4 aces to Andreescu’s one. The Canadian now advances to the spherical of 16.

Vancouver’s Rebecca Marino will play sixth-seeded Caroline Garcia of France in a while Tuesday.


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