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    Magdalena Fręch’s Quarterfinal Exit in Nottingham

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    Magdalena Fręch’s journey in the WTA 250 grass-court tournament came to an end in a hard-fought quarterfinal clash against Jodie Burrage. The match, lasting two hours and twenty minutes, showcased the intense competition between the two players.

    Jodie Burrage, currently ranked 131st in the WTA rankings, proved her mettle by defeating Fręch, who sits at her career-high ranking of 77. In the previous round, Burrage caused an upset by eliminating the third-seeded Magda Linette from the tournament.

    Haddad Maia’s Title Defense Ends

    In an unexpected turn of events, the defending champion Beatriz Haddad Maia was defeated by Ukrainian player Daria Snigur in straight sets. Haddad Maia had recently faced defeat against Iga Świątek in the French Open semifinals.

    Tuesday also witnessed the elimination of doubles pair Alicja Rosolska and Nadia Kichenok from the tournament. Their journey ended as they bowed out of the competition.

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