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Australian Ashleigh Barty makes short work of 19-year-old Czech republic and the winner of Roland-Garros

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Australian Ashleigh Barty in the first Grand Slam of her career and won the game. With the number 8 in the world, beat it in two short-filled for the Czech Marketa Vondrousova (WTA 38). After an hour and ten minutes of tennis and was in the finals for the women, it has been going on, it was 6-1, and 6-3.

In a real match, it had never been. World Vondrousova, before the final, not a set lost, but it just didn’t happen to be on the Philippe-Chatrier. The 19-year-old Czech was under the impression that the conditions Barty on the other hand played tennis on a cloud. They sailed in to a 4-0 lead. Just as it seemed Vondrousova, to be able to fight back, her first of the game to win, on the storage of Barty. It turned out to be only appearances, 29 minutes and flickered in the 6-1 win on the scoreboard.

In the second set, and had Vondrousova, no. 38 in the world, and right storage to give. Later took the two to each other in the end and they kept their store, but it was precisely in the service of the Vondrousova took Barty by the sea: three sets, 6-3. Game, set and match after 1h10 minutes.

For Barty, was the final battle in Paris of its very first final at a Grand Slam, it was done. She is the first Australian who will succeed us on the French clay. The Asutralische previously won four WTA tournaments in march and they are still the best in Miami, florida. In the ranking it climbs Barty, from the eighth to the second position. Vondrousova, who, like Barty for the first time in the finals of a Grand Slam, was to be increased from the 38th to 16th place.