The eighth racket of the world, Czech’s Petra Kvitova , beat Taiwan representative Su-Wei Hsieh, who is in the 28th place in the WTA rating, with a score of 7/6 (2), 6/2 in the second round of Sydney International tournament.
Tennis players spent 1 hour and 36 minutes on the court. During this time, the 28-year-old Kvitova completed eight aces, made four wrong mistakes when serving and sold three break points, and the 33-year-old Su-Wei Hsieh never filed it, made four double mistakes and made one break. Previously, the score in personal meetings was 2-0 in favor of the Czech.
The next opponent of Kvitova in Sydney will be German Angelique Kerber.