Krejčíková is in the quarter-finals in Tallinn, Muchová managed the turn with the canary
Muchová is in the top eight on the WTA circuit for the first time since last year’s Wimbledon.
In addition, she won two matches in a row for the last time at this year’s Roland Garros.
The semifinalist of the July WTA tournament in Prague, Nosková, lost the opening set to the favorite in 25 minutes, but in the second she fought an even battle with the world fifteen.
She was able to react immediately to the loss of serve and had two brejkbol to 5: 3, but she could not use them and the Brazilian in the end used her experience.
Tennis tournament for tallinn (hard surface, grant 251 750 euros):
Singles – Round 1: Kanepi (Est.) – Ostapenko (5-Lot.) 4:6, 6:4, 6:0,
Zhang Shuai (8-China) – Kuzhma (SR) 7:6 (7:4), 7:6 (10:8).
- Kostyukova (Ukr.) 7:5, 6:3,
Muchová (CZ) – Golubicová (Švýc.) 4:6, 6:0, 6:2,
Haddadová Maiaová (3-Braz.) – Nosková (CZ) 6:1, 7:5,
Bencic (2-Swiss) – Boulter (Brit.) 6:4, 6:7 (2:7), 6:3.
Czech tennis player Barbora Krejčíková defeated Marta Kostyukova from Ukraine 7:5, 6:3 in Tallinn after a turnaround in the first set and advanced to the quarterfinals.
Also in it for the first time in the season is Karolína Muchová, who defeated the Swiss Viktoria Golubicová 4:6, 6:0, 6:2 in the second round.
Seventeen-year-old Linda Nosková, on the other hand, said goodbye to the tournament.
Last year’s junior winner at Roland Garros lost to Beatriz Haddad Maia 1-6, 5-7. The third-seeded Brazilian will be Krejcikova’s next opponent.
Last year’s winner of Roland Garros did not enter the match with Kostyukova well and quickly lost 0: 3.
However, Krejčíková levelled the tournament seven and in the second set she confirmed her role as the favourite.
They will make their fourth appearance in the quarterfinals this year.
Twenty-six-year-old Muchová, who has played only eight tournaments so far this year due to health problems and finished in three of them with a draw, lost the opening set in 47 minutes.
But then she won ten games in a row and offered her opponent a chance only after a 4-0 lead in the third set.
Golubicová reduced to 2: 4, but the last two games again belonged to the Czech tennis player.