Last Updated on March 22, 2019
The first racket of the world, Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka, in the second round of the Miami Open competition, defeated Belgian Yanina Wickmayer, who holds the 141st place in the world ranking, 6/0, 6/7 (3), 6/1.
For 2 hours and 9 minutes of the match, Naomi made 14 aces and six breaks, making a mistake when serving once. While Yanina nine times went right through and realized one break-point, making one double mistake.
Through personal meetings, opponents became 1-0 in favor of the Japanese. In the third round of the tournament in Miami, Osaka will play with Hsieh Su-Wei from Taiwan, who defeated American Alison Riske with a score of 6/2, 7/5.