Muguruza loses his serve five times and ends up winning

The Spaniard passed the first round in the Premier 5 in Rome, something she could not do in Madrid. But he offered many opportunities to Zheng.


Garbiñe Muguruza, who fell in his debut at the Mutua Madrid Open, did beat the first round in the Premier 5 of Rome. But he advanced without security, stumbling. The Spanish defeated Saisai Zheng (46th in the world) by 6-3 and 6-4. In sight, a comfortable result, but misleading because the game was a carousel of breaks: five got the Chinese for seven the Spanish, which offered up 18 break balls to his opponent.

Muguruza, now 19th in the ranking, has been dos semifinalist in the Foro Italico, in 2016 and 2017. In the second round he will have to measure himself with the winner of the Caroline Wozniacki-Danielle Collins.



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