Published: Thu, January 18, 2018
Medicine | By Daryl Nelson

Nadal ominous in Mayer win at Australian Open

Nadal ominous in Mayer win at Australian Open

Siniakova never gave up but was not the same threat after a seven-minute medical timeout in the second set and Svitolina claimed the victory with an unreturnable serve after two hours and 14 minutes.

"At 5-1, 40-15, I felt like I was one foot out of the tournament".

In the run for a potential World No.1 Spot, Elina Svitolina recently reached the Third Round of the Australian Open and the Ukrainian was speaking about how the temperature was. "Today I had enough sun, I just want to have an ice bath and recover". "It was my kind-of mistake, so hopefully next round I will be more focused".

World number 59 Siniakova, who also took Svitolina to three sets at the U.S. Open previous year, really went for her shots, hitting 11 winners, and it was she who managed to get the upper hand in an arm-wrestle of a 50-minute set.

"It was very tough for me today".

"She has nothing to lose, so that's why I know she goes just for everything". Of course, I'm looking forward to that match, and, you know, not every day in the third round, you don't have these opportunities. The Ukrainian tennis star won the season-opening Brisbane International title, and is now through to the third round of the Australian Open. World No 38, Cornet, knocked out 12th seed Goerges 6-4, 6-3 while World No. 87, Bondarenko, beat 15th seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-2, 6-3. Second seed Caroline Wozniacki overcame Jana Fett in a tough three-set game 3-6, 6-2, 7-5.

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Firming as one of the favourites in a wide open race for the Melbourne Park crown, Svitolina will next face world number 521 Kostyuk, the qualifier who doubled down on her maiden grand slam victory on Monday with a 6-3 7-5 win over local Olivia Rogowska.

7-Jelena Ostapenko, Latvia, def. Ying-Ying Duan, China, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4.

Alize Cornet and Kateryna Bondarenko created minor upsets.

US Open semi-finalist and 10th seed Pablo Carreno-Busta also went through after French veteran Gilles Simon retired injured when trailing 6-2, 3-0.

32-Anett Kontaveit, Estonia, def. Mona Barthel, Germany, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.

In other action, Belinda Bencic, the first-round conqueror of Venus Williams, lost out to Thailand's Lusika Kumkhum.

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