The Danish tennis player Clara Tauson showed the new samples on its huge talent on Thursday morning Danish time.
Tauson, delivered a great comeback against the 25-year-old slovak Jana Cepelova, who was perched at number 50 on the women's world rankings in 2014 and among the second beat Serena Williams.
The nine-year younger dane trailing 5-7, 0-3, before she turned the showdown and played himself on to the quarter-finals at the ITF-seniorturneringen Pingshan Open with the digits 5-7, 7-6, 6-1.
the Opportunity to win two tournament victories in march is therefore still present for Tauson, as in the beginning of the month won an ITF tournament in tunisia, Monastir.
Slovakken that is dumped down as number 232 in the world, so that otherwise appears to be a little too big mouthful midway in the second set.
But Tauson fought bravely and broke several times back at critical times.
It forced Cepelova out in the tiebreak in the second set, where slovakken led 3-0, before Tauson again showed high morale.
Cepelova beat several times outside of the lines on the chinese hardcourt-surfaces, and it paved the way for a Danish sætsejr.
In the third set was the dane sovereign. Just 37 minutes it took to sweep slovakken of the pitch.
On the dane's first match point shot, the former top-50 player in the network, and the dane's advancement was a reality.
Clara Tauson is currently earning his first points for the WTA-rankings in the tournament, which has a total prize pool of almost 400.000 kroner.
In January won the dane juniorernes the Australian Open.
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