The Transylvania Open women’s tennis tournament started today

The Transylvania Open women’s tennis tournament started today
The Transylvania Open women’s tennis tournament started today
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  • The Transylvania Open women’s tennis tournament starts today with the first matches on the qualification table.
  • On Monday, the main draw competition will begin, and there are many exciting duels waiting for you to watch.
  • Romania’s best hopes lie in the hands of players Ana Bogdan and Jaqueline Cristian.

This weekend we have the qualifiers, but they will also be interesting, as the desire of the players, especially the young ones, to occupy a place in the main draw will make them give their best. From Monday, the tough duels begin.

Karolina Pliskova, who managed to reach the top position of the WTA ranking in 2017, is the favorite of the tournament. I remind you that the player from the Czech Republic has played in two Grand Slam finals. It is US Open 2016 and Wimbledon 2021. Tatjana Maria, semi-finalist at Wimbledon 2022, and Nadia Podoroska, who reached the top 4 at Roland Garros 2020, will also compete in the competition. The battle will be big, because the trophy holder, Tamara Korpatsch and Anna Blinkova, who prevailed in the 2022 edition, will also be present in the Multipurpose Hall in Cluj-Napoca.

As for Romania’s chances of winning the trophy, the highest hopes lie in the hands of players Ana Bogdan and Jaqueline Cristian. Both were also present at the Transylvania Open. Surprises can always appear in tennis and, who knows, maybe the fact that the tournament takes place at the beginning of the year brings luck for Romania, compared to October, when the previous editions were organized. I say this because, in 2021, at the first edition, Simona Halep was defeated in the final by Anett Kontaveit, and last year, Gabriela Ruse lost to Tamara Korpatsch.

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