On July 8th, Beijing time, the Wimbledon Tennis Open launched the fourth round of women's singles competition. Chinese Golden Flower Zhang Shuai played well in today’s match, beating Ukrainian star Yas Temreska 6-4/1-6/6-2, breaking into the Wimbledon women’s singles quarter-finals for the first time in his career. After 13 years of Li Na, a Chinese player once again broke into the Wimbledon women's singles quarterfinals in six years.
After defeating Woz in the last straight set, Zhang Shuai played at WimbledonThe grass has won three consecutive victories. This is also the fourth round of Zhang Shuai in the Grand Slam after the 2016 Australian Open. Entering this round, Zhang Shuai ushered in the post-00 opponent Yaszchemska, who was the first time he entered the top 16 in a Grand Slam. Although Yaschiemska is not a seeded player, she has excellent offensive strength. She played against Zhang Shuai before, which occurred in the Hong Kong game last year, when Yaschiemska won two straight sets.
In the first game, Zhang Shuai took advantage of his opponent’s small ball error to get a break opportunity. At the break point, Yaszchemska made a bottom line error. Leading 2-0. Then the two sides started the balance of the serve. Neither gave the opponent a chance to break serve, and Zhang Shuai took the lead 5-3. In the ninth game, Zhang Shuai got the chance to count in the Yaschiemska serve. Although he failed to cash it, Zhang Shuai held it and thenHis first serve won the game, winning the game 6-4.
In the second set of the game, Yaschiemska's offense was clearly stabilizing. She used her excellent sideline to break through Zhang Shuai's defense and took the lead in breaking serve to lead 3-0. In the fourth game, Zhang Shuai also tried to secure the serve, and tried to break back in Yaschemska's serve, but unfortunately he failed. Instead, in the sixth inning, his own service had double errors and was broken again. Yaszchemska then defended his serve to win the game and easily regained a set 6-1.
In the decisive game, Zhang Shuai suffered a continuous break crisis in the first serve, but fortunately, there were lucky balls to help resolve the thrills. On the contrary, Zhang Shuai, who escaped, broke serve first in the opponent's serve and took the lead 2-0. After the two sides broke serve consecutively, Zhang Shuai successfully secured serve in the seventh game and took the lead 5-2. At the end of the game, Zhang Shuai broke the opponent's must-have serve and made another victory 6-2., The total score defeated the opponent 2-1 to advance to the women's singles quarterfinals.