from tears at Indian Wellas until smiles and grins from Miami. Naomi Osaka is still in the United States, but she is differently. She starts to look a lot similar to the player who, just a few years ago, was on the top spot of the world rankings. It’s still early however, his tennis and particularly his approach on the court, are giving an opportunity to be optimistic. Rested (the third round match with Karolina Muchova was averted because of an injury sustained by her Czech) and confident, the Japanese player is now on the verge of making the semi-finals in the WTA 1000 after beating Alison Riske 7-6 6-1, 4-4 50th in the rankings, within just an hour and half the match (1h32). The Japanese player is re-assuring her current position, which is her top position at the event, which she one she accomplished last season. In the end, Maria Sakkari ended her progress; now, Danielle Collins (11th) will attempt to make an impression on Ons Jabeur (10th) in a match that, despite the expectations , was an easy 66 minutes (6-2 or 6-4).
However, despite what the rankings say it’s not the case, as Osaka is still ranked 77th worldwide, there is a excellent match is on the horizon. “It’s even enjoyable for me. In the past, I reached the quarterfinals but after I won at home in Australia. Now it’s different, but I’m still in the same place and that’s fantastic So, thank you so for everyone” said a glowing Naomi following her match she even laughed at her microphone. In the last season, Sakkari broke his record-breaking 23-match streak of winning.; now, Sakkari is confident that he has the ability to create Collins huge by stature and time, a positive moment in his career.
One of the reasons for her condition is that it makes her shine
There was no evidence that Riske or Jabeur to the surprise of all both were opponents. Osaka kept 4 balls of breaking during a first match that took almost 10 minutes. But the next round she was in awe and immediately broke the player from his local. In the next game where she was required to lift a 0-2 initial mental strength, eventually. Collins was, on the other hand and proving that neck pain was no longer an issue, he held onto his serve both in the first and the second (72.7 and 73.3 percentage of points gained using them and 73.3% of points won), to minimize the total Top 10. The performance was on par with the one of Iga Swiatek, who is continuing to hone his skills as the best player on the planet. The Pole is a quick 6-1, 6-3 (1h16) and did not offer Coco Gauff the chance (14th), far from his expected level of resistanceto stay unbeaten on this year’s WTA 1000 of this season. In the wake of Doha as well as Indian Wells, he also is keen on Miami.