Last Updated on February 20, 2019
The 95th racket of the world, an American Madison Brengle, beat Hungarian Fanny Stollar, who ranks 121st in the WTA ranking, with a score of 6/3, 6/3 at the start of the tournament in Budapest.
Tennis players spent on the court 1 hour 23 minutes. During this time, the 28-year-old Brengle never filed a blessing, made two double mistakes and made five breaks, and the 20-year-old Stollar performed five aces, made a mistake seven times in filing and realized two break points.
This was the first official meeting of athletes. In the second round of the Hungarian Ladies Open, Brengle will cross the rackets with Ukrainian Katerina Kozlova.