The blast of Mira Andreyeva (Russia) is over. Although she failed to advance to the quarterfinals, Andreeva, who just turned 16, showed off her presence by beating strong players in the Women’s Professional Tennis (WTA) Tour Mutua Madrid Open (total prize money of $7,652,174). 먹튀검증
Andreyeva, ranked 194th in the world, lost 0-2 (3-6, 1-6) to Arina Savalenka (Belarus), world No. 2, in the round of 16 singles match at the Madrid Open held in Madrid, Spain on the 1st (Korean time).
Although she was thwarted from reaching the quarterfinals, Andreyeva was placed in the spotlight. In the first round, she defeated 2021 US Open runner-up and world number 49 Leila Fernandez (Canada) 2-0. Andreyeva, who she was born on April 29, 2007, is listed as the third all-time wrestler to win the WTA 1000 Series at the age of 15. The Madrid Open is one of the WTA 1000 series held nine times a year. The WTA 1000 series ranks just below the four majors.
She Andreeva defeated world number 14 Beatrice Adad Maia (Brazil) 2-0 in the second round, making her the seventh player since 2000 to defeat a top ranked player in the world number 20 under the age of 16. Andreyeva advanced to the round of 16 by defeating world number 19 Magda Lynette (Poland) 2-0 in the third round.