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    Magda Linette Dominates First Round at US Open, Sets Up Clash with Jennifer Brady

    Polish tennis player Magda Linette secured her place in the second round of the US Open after a commanding victory over Belarusian Aliaksandra Sasnovich. The encounter unfolded with impressive finesse as Linette triumphed with a resounding 6-3, 6-1 scoreline.

    In the first set, both players fiercely battled for dominance. Linette showcased her serve and volley skills early, taking the lead by breaking Sasnovich’s serve. Despite a valiant fightback from the Belarusian, the score equalized at 2-2. Linette’s strategic approach and Sasnovich’s errors became evident as the set unfolded. The Pole held her ground, ultimately securing the set 6-3.

    Linette’s dominance strengthened in the second set. Despite a brief Sasnovich resurgence, Linette’s relentless determination proved overwhelming. Her ability to capitalize on mistakes and precise shots gave her an undeniable advantage. The second set concluded with a convincing 6-1 victory, ensuring Linette’s smooth progression to the next round.

    The US Open has been a particularly rewarding tournament for Linette in the past. The victory echoes her success at the 2019 WTA tournament in New York, reaffirming her prowess on American soil.

    Magda Linette – Aliaksandra Sasnovich 2-0 (6-3, 6-1)

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