“I had forgotten that it goes up to ten,” said Katie Boulter after their success at the Australian Open against Ekaterina Makarova. When the score was 6:0, 4:6 and 6:6, the British scored in the tie-break 7:4 and cheered, as if she had won the Match already. She had not, however: Since this year, players need to be in Australia ten points to win the Tiebreak.
When you think you’ve won the final set tie-break but forget it’s first to 10. the
For the record, @KatieBoulter1 eventually advances to the 2R, def. Ekaterina Makerova 6-0 4-6 7-6(6).#AusOpen pic.twitter.com/jK2jtCEHBZ
— #AusOpen (@Australia open) 14. January 2019
Boulter and Makarova, which seemed to be about the rule change in the picture was, and the path to the network is not started, and continued the game. After the 10:6, the British woman was allowed to celebrate her victory. “It is hard, again, to come back, if you think you’ve already won. Then you have to go back to work and again all the retrieve,” said the 22-Year-old to your success. “At least now I know the rule.”