Wozniacki adds another retreat and Collins meets with Muguruza

The Danish, who already left in Madrid, retired before Collins after losing the first set. The American will face Muguruza in the second round. Pliskova won Tomljanovic (double 6-3).


The Danish Caroline Wozniacki retired this Tuesday in her first round match against the American Danielle Collins, who advanced and will face the Spanish Garbiñe Muguruza in the second round of the tournament in Rome.

Wozniacki, number 12 of the ranking, exnúmero 1 and semifinalist in Rome in 2011, left the meeting after losing 7-6 (5) the playoff of the first set against Collins, number 30 in the world, in the second confrontation between these two players.

The American, 25 years old, who started her season on the ground with a quarter-final in the tournament in Charleston, is preparing for its first game against Muguruza, winner on Monday against Chinese Saisai Zheng (6-3, 6-4) .

Pese to have low percentages to serve , The Spanish player, born in Caracas, reacted after the elimination in the first round suffered in Madrid against the Croatian Petra Martic and continued its Roman road, where it reached the semifinal in 2017.

Pliskova beats Tomljanovic

The Czech Karolina Pliskova, number 7 of the WTA ranking, took 71 minutes to subdue 6-3 and 6-3 to the Australian Ajla Tomljanovic, number 47. at its premiere at the Rome tournament. Pliskova, champion this year in Brisbane, had won two of the three precedents against Tomljanovic and gave her no option on Tuesday at Grand Stand to seal the ticket for the second round, in which the winner of the American derby Madison Keys awaits. - Sofia Kenin.

The Czech player returned to play this Tuesday in Rome after her controversial farewell last year, when she hit several times the chair of the referee to protest the direction of the match against the Greek Maria Sakkari.

On that occasion, Pliskova, who defended the quarterfinals obtained the previous edition, protested hard to the referee for denying him a point in favor when he drew with a draw to five games and 40-40 in the decisive set, refused to shake his hand and hit three times violently the chair, causing a striking hole in the side.

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