The Fridays match against the Slovak girl Kali was exhausting for both motivated players. Eva took a lead by 5:4, but could not take the set (5:7). No energy left for her to rise up in the 2nd set (2:6). Congratulations!
Eva and Amelie (GER) also had fun in doubles, winning the 1st match.
Not an easy job to play 3 sets for 4 hours in the warmest month of this century. Despite of cramps Eva managed to finish the game by 2:2,6:3,7:6 and later in the day play also doubles. The therapy was quite successfull, enough for the following 3 wins. However, Friday’s matches were just too much for exhausted young tennis player. Happy to be home again.
After all, the semifinal match against Greta (HUN) a perspective good player was noticeably a good game. On contrary the doubles final was a nervous game with some mistakes that young players may forgive and forget fast.
Eva succesfully accomplished the 1st match against the strong Italian player Daria, winning by 6:2, 6:3.
But the 2nd round finished at the end of the 2nd set with a wrong decision made by the referee (6:4, 4:6, 0:6). Furthermore a bit of selfcontrol training is essential to stay calm and neglect such common mistakes. But congratulations for staying tuned for Race2 Monte Carlo #4.
Eva has won her 4th title in doubles in 2022, this time with her friend Julija from Koper, Slovenia. They have outplayed the slovenian-ukrainian double Pia and Polina at GRAWE Open 2022 in Maribor by 6:1, 6:4. (TZS).
In singles she was the 1st seeded, but in QF she was exhausted after 3 hours and 15 min, loosing the 3rd set (7:5, 3:6, 5:7) against Natalia from the Czech Republic.
This is her 3rd win in the raw in doubles after winning Le Chambon sur Lignon U16 2022 and Copenhagen Open U14 in 2021.
The winning period put her on the 5th place on the temporary list (week 11, 2022) Race to Monte Carlo!
Eva was a Runner Up in singles. After defeating the 1st seeded Victoria by 6:2, 6:4, she felt a bit exhausted but was fighting for the title. However, Emma was playing better and won by 7:6, 6:4 (source: TE).
QF in singles at #tenniseuropejuniortour TE16 Cat 2 in France. After numerous false decisions of the chair umpire at 4:3 and 5:4, the QF game finished with 5:7, 1:6. The opponent was playing top tennis.
Eva made it to the semifinals at the Slovenian Open tennis tournament in Velenje. In QF she met the 3rd seeded, 9 years older Moni and managed to win the almost 3 hours lasting match at half past midnight with 6:3, 0:6, 7:5. The next day she was not fit anymore to fight the 1st seeded player. Hana was simply too strong (1:6, 1:6).