Wimbledon semi-finalist, Julia Görges can do after a victory against the canadian Eugenie Bouchard’s hopes of a successful title defence at the WTA tournament in Auckland, new Zealand. The number two set Görges won against Bouchard 3:6, 6:3, 7:6 (8:6) and moved into the semi-finals. The 20-year-old Slovakian Viktoria Kuzmova waiting.

“I think that was one of the hardest games I’ve ever played. The Wind today turned constantly, has suddenly turned up and was gone again. Chairs are thrown around, hats, everything,” said Görges. “Today, the most Important thing was to find solutions to, and in the third set to come back – that to me is good.” The preparation tournament for the Australian Open is worth $ 250,000.

Görges in the first sentence of the difficulties in markup, and made some unforced errors that took advantage of Bouchard for the set. Then Görges found their game and won the second round. In the deciding set, the world kept ranked 14. the nerves blocked when the score was 5:6 with a match ball and decided the game after 2:21 hours in the Tiebreak.


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