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Patricia Ţig – Elena Rybakina, final of the 2019 BRD Bucharest Open



Patricia Maria Tigue, WTA without category, met with her in the final of the 2019 BRD Bucharest Open with screenwriter Elena Rybakina from Kazakhstan, 106th WTA. The finals are scheduled to start at 17:00 on Sundays.

Romania can be the first non-ranked player to win the WTA tournament. The worst ranking athlete who won the trophy was Angelique Widjala in Bali 2001 when he was ranked 579, wrote digisport.ro.

After rising a few years ago to the Top 100 World Cup, Patricia Tig was injured and then took a break to give birth, so she is currently not in the WTA standings.

In the final of the BRD Bucharest Open, Jaqueline Cristian and Elena Gabriela Ruse (Romania) played against Viktoria Kuzmova (Slovakia) / Kristyna Pliskova (Czech / N.4) at 14:30. Jaqueline Cristian and Elena Gabriela Ruse won the Romanian duel with Irina Begu / Raluca Olaru, 3-6, 6-3, 10-7, and qualified for the double finals at the BRD Bucharest Open (WTA)), a tournament that was endowed with a total prize of $ 250,000 and organized by the BNR Arena in the capital.

Who is Elena Rybakina, versus Patricia Ţig

Playwright Elena Rybakina from Kazakhstan (106 WTA) qualifies for the final of the BRD Bucharest Open tournament, where she will meet Romania's Patricia Ţig, after beating her on Saturday night 6-3, 6-2 in Italy Martina Di Giuseppe, from qualifying . At age 20, Elena Ribbina defeated her opponent in one hour and 3 minutes, but the match was interrupted twice due to rain in Bucharest. For this Kazakh player it will be the first final to be played on the WTA circuit.

Patricia Ţig, who is it can enter the top 200 world if he wins the trophy in Bucharest, he says he will plan according to the opponent in the final.

"I don't know about other players in the semifinals (n. – Martina Di Giuseppe and Elena Rybakina). I saw Rybakina a little in the previous match, I know he gave very hard on the ball. It has very strong service and good ratings… and I don't see Martina … maybe and the lack of my circuit. I will see the match and I will do it with Răzvan (without coach Răzvan Sabău). The plan for the final matches who will win the match, "Patricia Ţig said at a press conference, which was held before ending the match decided by other finalists at the 2019 BRD Bucharest Open .

Patricia Ţig, won the BRD Bucharest Open

As for Patricia Ţig, he escaped on Saturday in a simple opening final at the BRD Bucharest Open after defeating Germany's Laura Siegemund, 77th WTA and favorite number 6, 6-3, 6-1. Siegemund was the one who eliminated Irina Begu this year in this quarter.

Laura Siegemund has won the previous two matches with Tiger Patricia, both of which were debated in 2016. In the first round in Charleston, the German players played 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 and at the US Open, also in round I 3-6 , 6-3, 6-2.

In a game that lasted 1 hour and 28 minutes, Romanian players managed to win 15 wins, compared to 19 opponents, and made 12 mistakes themselves, compared to 28 Laurea Siegemund. Also, Tig didn't do any service and didn't make a double mistake, while the German made 2 aces and made a double mistake, Agerpres wrote.

Patricia Tig, who is 25 years old next week, currently does not have a WTA ranking after she was born earlier this year. He has succeeded seventh consecutive victory at the current tournament edition of Bucharest, given that it came from qualifications. He succeeded in eliminating the trophy holder, Latvian Anastasija Sevastova (11 WTA), and Kristyna Pliskova (92 WTA), the twin brother of Karolina Pliskova entitled.

Patricia Ţig, the third Romanian player to reach the final of the BRD Bucharest Open

Patricia Ţig is the third Romanian player to reach the final of the competition organized by BNR Arenes. The other two who have reached the earliest round have won the trophy, Simona Halep in 2014 and 2016, respectively Irina Begu in 2017.

This is the second final in the career of a Romanian player after 2015 in Baku, where he was defeated by Russian sportsman Margarita Gasparian (6-3, 5-7, 6-0).

By qualifying for the final of the BRD Bucharest Open tournament, Patricia Ţig has earned $ 21,000 and 198 WTA points.

Patricia Ţig: I have never complained on the field, winning in Bucharest will be like the release

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Patricia Ţig Photo: digisport.ro

"It's not an easy match. Sometimes mistakes arise. I've played with Laura twice. And now it's a pretty difficult game, physical and mental. Luckily for me, I managed to stay very calm throughout the game and I thought maybe that's why it seems it's very easy, I know if I will do everything I need, it will probably be a victory, it will finally be a very pleasant moment for me, it never happened to me to complain on the ground or something. big for me and I think that's why I'm crying. To win here will be a step forward, it will be like the release. I have played the final (nr – in Baku in 2015), which I lost. This will be a positive and very it's good to win now. And for tournaments and for Romanian people who support us every day I think it will be just as good, "Patricia ig said at a press conference after the match with Laura Siegemund.

Maturity of a 24 year old mother

"Unfortunately for me, I felt like we were just players after I became a mother. I didn't study too much in the first part of my career, not even at all. I really tried to be more humble, more documented and grateful for what I received and received for years. I thought that to a certain extent the maturity I felt when I became a mother helped me a lot in this period. I saw things differently, I was calmer, more relaxed, I knew life didn't end with the loss of a tennis match, I want to play as much as I can, even though it looks mechanical, to take part in the competition, to try to find a solution to return to the game and to win … for me this is the goal. what will be the final … or if I lose the first tour on the next tour it will become t ragedi … No, I will only do everything about me and I hope it's fine, "Patricia Tig explained.


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