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Judy Bridges will face Haddad Maya in the Round of 16 at Eastbourne.

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Eastbourne (England) – Invited to the WTA 500 controversy in Eastbourne, Britain’s Judy Bridges won a resounding victory this Tuesday, beating Spain’s Paula Budosa, the tournament’s leading seed and world number four. Reached the round of 16. At 23 years old and ranked 169th in the rankings, Braj made 6/4 and 6/3 in 1h13 of departure.

Bridge has won just two WTA main draws, the first win two weeks ago in Nottingham and the second in the preliminary round at Eastbourne, against Croatian Petra Martic. In the ITF tournaments, there has recently been a final in Alcala and a semi-final in Surbeton.

English batteries will be Haddad Maya’s next rival.. No. 1 in Brazil and No. 29 in the world is an 11-game unbeaten race on the grass, with Nottingham and Birmingham winning the WTA 250 title. The match will take place this Wednesday around 10am (Brazil time).

And the Bia Quadrant gave another surprise, with the elimination of Kazakh Elena Ryabakina, who is ranked No. 21 in the world and Seed 9 of the tournament, who defeated Ukraine’s Lysia Tsurenko by a margin of 1/6, 7/5 and 6/3. Left behind Tsourenko, 33, currently ranked 114th, will face Polish Magda Lenin, 66th, in the Round of 16 in search of a place in the quarterfinals.

There were also Pliskova, Krajikkova and Skari.

In addition to the Greek Maria Sakari, three other seeds were eliminated on Tuesday, Czech Barbora Krajkova and Carolina Pliskova. 15th in the world, Krajikkova played the third set of the match against Marta Kostyuk of Ukraine., Which reinforced the transition with sections 4/6, 6/3 and 6/4. Pliskova, the seventh and two-time champion of the tournament, was beaten by Britain’s Katie Bolter by 1/6, 6/4 and 6/4. Sakari, on the other hand, lost to Ukraine’s Anhelina Kalinina by 3/6, 7/5 and 6/4.

Bolter will face another Czech, left-hander Petra Kvitova, who defeated Croatia’s Donna Vekic 6/1 and 7/6 (7-1). Kalinina faces Kazakh Yulia Putinseva, while Kostyuk awaits victory between British Harriet Dart and Swiss Jill Techman.

The reigning champion of the tournament, Latvian Jelena Ostapenko, defeated Ajla Tomaljanovic of Australia 6/4. His next opponent in 2014 will be the American Madison Keys, who defeated compatriot Lauren Davis 6/4 and 6/3.

Also this Tuesday, Camilla Giorgi of Italy scored 7/5 and 6/4 against Canadian Rebecca Marino and secured the match against Garbine Muguroza of Spain.

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