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Haiti - Tennis : Australian Open, Naomi Osaka qualified for 1/4 final
22/01/2019 11:17:19

Haiti - Tennis : Australian Open, Naomi Osaka qualified for 1/4 final
Monday as part of the Australian Open in Melbourne, it took 3 sets and 1h45 to the Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka (21, ranked 4th in the world) to qualify for the 1/4 finals, defeating the Russian Letonne Anastasija Sevastova (28, 12th in the world), savoring her revenge against the one who won had beaten her in two sets last year.

It should be noted that Naomi had never before surpassed the round of 16 in Melbourne.

Naomi Osaka was shaken against Sevastova, fragile on his serve (7 double faults) multiplying the errors Osaka finally lost in the first set [4-6]

But Naomi was able to reverse the situation [6-3, 6-4) by being at once more aggressive and more precise, she took over thanks to her ability to achieve winning shots (51 in total for 43 unforced errors) "In Brisbane I lost the first set and was able to win the match. I used this experience [...] I believe more in myself than last year" said Naomi at the end of the meeting.

She will face the Ukrainian Elina Svitolina (24 years), ranked 7th in the world and winner of the Masters of Singapore to conclude the season 2018, for a place in the last four. An opponent she will have to be wary of...

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