Wimbledon, women’s singles 3rd round: Harmony Tan qualified for the 8th after his victory against Katie Boulter (6-1, 6-1)

The Harmony Tan rocket continues on its way. Opposed to local Katie Boulter, one of the new idols of the British public, Harmony Tan did not go into detail and joined the knockout stages of the Wimbledon tournament after an easy success in two sets (6-1, 6-1 ), Saturday, in the 3rd round. It took him just 52 minutes to slip away in week two.

She will play Amanda Anisimova or Cori Gauff next Monday for a quarter-final berth. For her, going so far in a Grand Slam is a novelty. But at 24, it was time to take off.

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No break point conceded

In total demonstration during this meeting, the Frenchwoman, 115th in the world recited her best tennis when it was needed most. After her victory against Serena Williams in the 1st round, the Habs had difficulty recovering from her emotions, both mentally and physically, and this success made it possible to verify that she had come to her senses. Positioned in the first rotation on court n°2, she had clear ideas racket in hand.

Aggressive in the exchanges, well supported by her commitment, Tan completely suffocated her rival during this one-sided meeting. Just look at the scoreboard to realize it: she only conceded two small games and no break point.

Boulter had only one moment of rebellion, in the middle of the 2nd set, at 2-1 for Tan where she pushed the latter to 40/40 on her serve, but Nathalie Tauziat’s protege quickly dismissed this danger . It was a perfect match, one of his career bests. The sequel looks even better.

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