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Ysaline Bonaventure after the unnecessary defeat at the Australian Open: I have lost myself
Australian Open It was a very emotional Ysaline Bonaventure (WTA 159) that a half an hour after her unnecessary defeat (6-2, 4-6, 4-6) against Sachia Vickery (WTA 123) in the first round of the Australian Open, the press was talking to. “I already have all the mental coaches of Belgium and the Netherlands last, but I should still do the job.”, sighed Bonaventure.

Sachia Vickery played the game well. The dark American took that much time between the points, had just about every injury possible, seemed to be a time or five to go to give up and shouted in the meantime to God and Klein Pierke. Finally she won a match that they really should lose.

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Bonaventure had in the third set, two chances for a 4-2-lead, and actually was the better tennis player. “I have a great opportunity missed,” said Bonaventure, with a sob in her voice. “I played a good set but then began they more time to take it, she began to say that they were hurt and the physiotherapist. So she has me out of my match met. However, I was not surprised, because two or three years ago, in our previous encounter, she has me just the same altogether. In the third set has the stress than the largely taken: only my arm hit against the ball, I started to rush and seemed to be paralyzed.”

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