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In the WTA final in Mexico, Spain continued to rank 10th in the world and won the second match.

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Second win in second game

Paula Badosa is in excellent form for the WTA final.

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Paula Badosa will most likely qualify for the semifinals of the WTA final. The Spaniard won the second group match against Greek Maria Zachariah 7: 6 and 6: 4 and is unbeaten in Guadalajara, Mexico.

This game is nothing but a definite success for the 23-year-old. Badosa acted for more than two hours until allowed to celebrate World No. 10. In the first round he took an easy lead of 5: 2 against Zachary, but almost gave up the lead. Her strength in the second round was obviously low, but strong service helped her to victory.

Badosa dominated his first match against first-seeded Belarusian Arena Sabalenka 6: 4 and 6: 0. If Sabalenga wins his game against Iga Swedek (POL) on Sunday night or Poland wins three sets, Badosa’s semi-final entry is assured.


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