Carla Suárez gets tangled with the backhand and falls before Kuzmova

Carla Suárez committed 30 unforced errors against Slovak youngster Viktoria Kuzmova (20 years old and 46th in the world), who had eliminated Goerges in the first round.


Carla Suarez, who had a good feeling in her debut at the Mutua Madrid Open against Maria Sakkari, could not get past the second round after falling on a fateful day with her backhand against the 20-year-old Slovak and 46th world girl, Viktoria Kuzmova. This player, little known, that came to eliminate a seed, the German Goerges (18th) won the Spanish 30 years and 27th in the ranking, in two sets: 6-4 and 7-6 (2) .

Suárez, who had twice reached the quarterfinals in the capital, committed 30 unforced errors, many of them with their exceptional backhand at one hand, their best weapon, which this time did not work. "I'm trying everything, but I do not get anything" , Carla told her coach, Marc Casabó. The second set had him close, but could not finish the equalizer, which would have given him moral to try to go for the victory in a track Manolo Santana that supported him to stop.

The first confrontation between both took him Kuzmova, debutante in the Spanish tournament, which seems to be fit and will face Halep or Konta in the second round. "Today has not been the day, especially I've been badly wrong, I do not feel it was because of nerves. house always we want to do well here but I've played good tennis in this tournament and today simply could not be, "said Las Palmas in the press conference after the game.



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