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    Linette and Pera Secure Quarter-Final Spot at US Open Doubles

    In a thrilling match at the US Open Grand Slam tennis tournament, Magda Linette and Bernarda Pera secured a spot in the quarter-finals of the doubles competition. The Polish-American duo defeated Sophie Chang and Alycia Parks with a score of 7:6 (7-4), 6:2.

    Chang and Parks made an early attempt to break, but Linette and Pera responded swiftly, regaining their serve in the next game and setting the tone for the match. The match featured captivating exchanges, with both pairs vying for dominance. However, it was Linette and Pera who excelled in their serving game.

    The pivotal moment came in the tenth game of the first set when Linette and Pera had to defend two break points. They displayed remarkable mental fortitude, securing a tiebreak victory and ultimately winning the first set.

    Both Linette and Pera showcased exemplary tennis skills, securing their victory in the opening set. Transitioning to the second set, Linette and Pera were in fine form, quickly breaking their rivals and maintaining a strong baseline and net performance. The score reached 5:1 in their favour. Despite a minor setback of losing a serve, Linette and Pera remained composed, winning the second set and securing their place in the quarter-finals.

    Their next challenge will be American Jennifer Brady and Brazilian Luisa Stefani. This victory has boosted their confidence, setting the stage for an exciting showdown in the upcoming round.

    “Magda Linette and Bernarda Pera in the QF! They beat Sophie Chang/Alycia Parks 7:6(4), 6:2. For the SF they will play against Jennifer Brady/Luisa Stefani,” Tennis News wrote on X

    Magda Linette, Bernarda Pera (Poland, USA) – Sophie Chang, Alycia Parks (USA) 7:6 (7-4), 6:2

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