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Get out with applause: Siegemund misses semi -finals

The successful appearance of local matador Laura Siegemund at the Tennis Tournament in Stuttgart has finished in the quarterfinals. The 34-year-old Schwabin arrived on Friday after a 5: 7, 3: 6 against Ludmilla Samsonova from Russia. Thus, winning and the most important German women’s tennis tournament made a good chance of their third semifinals after 2016 and 2017. To faulty, she joined the prince-pressed unpleasant Russian. Since the title win five years ago, no German participant was more in the final part of the Sandplatz tournament.

Thus, this year’s accounts with 611 210 Euro events at the final weekend world-class tennis – but without German participation. The World Rank’s First IgA Swiatek from Poland or the British US Open Winner Emma Raducanu appear against Samsonova in the semifinals. The other game is denied the Spanish World Ranking List Second Paula Badosa and previous year’s finalist Aryna Sabalenka from Belarus.

I think it’s the best sandplatz tennis of my life.

Ludmilla Samsonova

For the German number one Angelique Kerber had already been concluded in the first round. That’s why victory and the only remaining German in the field had worn the hopes. She did not think so determined in the quarterfinals and concentrated as in her two previous appearances. 38 Incorrect mistakes in the statistics were expression of the lack of constancy. “I think it’s the best sandplatz tennis of my life,” Samsonova said.

Nevertheless, winning and self-confidence can take sand in the coming weeks on their favorite covering. After her Olympia-out in Tokyo last summer, the former top 30 players had operated on the knee and since only seven only denied. In Stuttgart, the tournament winer of 2017 and Finalist took part in 2016 thanks to a wildcard – and revised himself impressively in the first two rounds.

Siegemund annoyed opposite

Against Samsonova, the German hope for a nervous starting with two double errors in the first two points initially began quickly. A balanced game developed. Siegemund annoyed her opponent with successfully scattered stop balls, on which their opponent knew no answer several times. Supported by the audience in the unrecognized hall, the Metzinger still led 5: 4. Her renewed impact loss to the 5: 6, however, led the decision in sentence one.

Samsonova had previously been among the Czech top ten player Karolina Pliskova. In Berlin she had made aware of the title win on lawn last summer.

Siegemund could not turn the match anymore. In the second section, the spectators suffered from otherwise with her with her balls.