The Spanish Bolsova extends her dream: to eighths from the previous

Bolsova is the first Spaniard to enter the fourth round of the tournament, without being Muguruza or Suárez, since 2006, when Anabel Medina did it. Anisimova, next rival.


Aliona Bolsova's dream will remain alive at Roland Garros at least two more days. The Spanish Moldovan origin does not want to leave Paris and is grabbing the opportunity that has been presented by a part of the picture that was cleared by the withdrawal of Petra Kvitova and the defeat of Aryna Sabalenka in the second round. She has put the rest first with her qualification in the previous and then with her performances against players with better ranking, Zvonareva, Cirstea and this Friday, Alexandrova. Aliona won by 6-2 and 7-5 in 1h: 24 and will be in the second week of the first Grand Slam in which he participates. His rival, the American 18-year-old Amanda Anisimova, who won the Romanian Begu by 7-6 (6) and 6-4) .

is the first Spanish to reach the fourth round in the tournament, without being Garbiñe Muguruza or Carla Suarez, since 2006, when Anabel Median managed it, now captain of the national team of Federation Cup with which Bolsova has already debuted. With his victory he also enters fully into the top-100, it is virtually the 88th.

"I can not create it, I do not know what is happening, I had dreamed about this, but in the future. I went back. Now I have to keep enjoying and until I can, I've been thinking about entering the top-100 all the year and now I'm there, my mother has come, she's a physio She's not working, but I see he's going to help, it's going to be good, "said Bolsova, who was smart, put a lot of balls in play and I wait for Alexandrova, a tennis player of the court of others like Ostapenko, Kasatkina or Sabalenka, who play all or nothing, will fail more than the account (31 unforced errors). He broke his opponent's serve twice in each set and withstood the pressure when he attacked him. The Russian gave the game with a double fault and Aliona bathed, crazy with joy, for the Parisian land, ran to hug her team, signed autographs and took pictures without really knowing where she was. Now you have nothing to lose.

Calendar and results of the women's Roland Garros.



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