IW Sai Wang Jin advanced to the top 16

IW Sai Wang Jin advanced to the top 16

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 17: China's Wang Qiang reacts against Serbia's Aleksandra Krunic during their women's singles match on day four of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 17, 2019. (Photo by Fred Lee/Getty Images)

United States, California, Indian Wells – Local time March 10, 2019 season BNP BNP Paribas Open to launch the women’s singles third round contest. On the 18th, Wang Hao won 7-20(4) 6-7(4) 6-3 Lectra this year’s Doha champion and No. 16 seed Mertens and reached the top 16 for two consecutive years.

The two sides had had two confrontations before, and the Chinese girls all reversed to win. The last conversation between the two occurred in the same round of the Indian Wells station last year. At that time, Wang Hao, who ranked only No. 55 in the world, broke into the fourth round and eventually fell to the top seed Halep. After a year of reunion, Wang Hao scored a five-game winning wave when he was behind the deciding set 1-3. After nearly three hours of fighting, he won a three-game winning streak against a Belgian sister.

At the beginning of the game, Wang Hao captured the opponent’s defense line with high-quality hair extension and set up a 2-0 lead. However, Mertens gradually stabilized his position and made two consecutive breaks with the opportunity of the Chinese girl’s mistakes.

In the next round, Wang Hao once got two chances to break, but the Belgians solved the crisis with a wonderful cross and the opponent was shooting out. After four consecutive innings, Mertens missed the serve and was chased by the king to 5-5.

The first set inevitably entered the tie-break competition. China’s Golden Flower hit a seven-point attack wave in the unfavorable situation behind 0-4. After 70 minutes of entanglement, it took the lead with 7-6(4).

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 17: China’s Wang Qiang reacts against Serbia’s Aleksandra Krunic during their women’s singles match on day four of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 17, 2019. (Photo by Fred Lee/Getty Images)

Mertens quickly got rid of the haze of the first set and gradually gained the upper hand in the fast-paced confrontation of the bottom line. She took the lead in breaking the deal in the fourth game, followed by the love game to consolidate the advantage and achieved a 4-1 start.

The next process is exactly the same as the first one. Mertens has squandered the opportunity in a 5-2 lead, and the serve wins once again. The Belgian had been wasting two counts and was chased by Wang Haolian in three games. The game once again came to the tie-break.

Mertens continued to win four points in a row, but he was quickly chased by opponents 4-3. However, this time she refused to reproduce the first nightmare, kept two serve points in time, and won two other inventory for herself, and finally pulled back a city with 7-6(4).

The deciding game was even more intense, and the three rounds came to the end of the victory. Mertens took the lead with 3-1. After the two games, Wang Hao’s promotion status was broken, and after some sawing and maintenance, 4-3 regained the initiative.

INDIAN WELLS, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 08: Elise Mertens of Belgium plays a backhand against Amanda Anisimova of the United States during their women’s singles second round match on day five of the BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden on March 08, 2019 in Indian Wells, California. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

At the end of the game, Wang Hao continued to exert pressure on the opponent in the bottom line confrontation, thus forcing the latter’s counter-shooting out of bounds at the breakpoint, and ushered in the serve to win the game 5-3. She won four straight points from 15-40 and ended the battle with goodbye Ace at the first match point.

Wang Hao will strive to win back to the top eight in the mandatory top-level match after the China Open last year. The next round will wait for the winner between Canada’s 00 New Star Anders and qualifying player Vogler.