36-year-old Siegemund won 18 games in a row in qualifying for the Miami tournament

The 90th racket of the world, 36-year-old German tennis player Laura Siegemund made it into the main draw of the WTA-1000 tournament in Miami (USA).

The German won 18 games in a row. In the semi-final match of the qualifying tournament, Siegemund defeated the 183rd racket of the world, American Robin Montgomery (6:0, 6:0), and in the final, the 109th racket of the world, Latvian Daria Semenista (6:0, 6:2).

At this tournament, Laura Siegemund broke a streak of three defeats.

Let us remind you that the tournament in Miami will be held from March 19 to 30. The competition prize fund is $8,995,555.

The current winner is Czech tennis player Petra Kvitova, who beat Kazakhstan’s Elena Rybakina in the final of last year’s tournament (7:6 (16:14), 6:2).

Updated: 19.03.2024 — 12:09

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