Dayana Yastremska, Ukraine's prominent tennis player had a fixture with Caroline Wozniacki from Denmark. The opponents came toe-to-toe in Round 2 of the Australian Open.
In the first set, Dayana was very close to victory, leading the way 5:1. But she lost six games in a row, and Wozniacki's comeback followed in the second set - after Yastremska's initial advantage of 3:0.
Previously, the Ukrainian defeated Slovenian athlete Kaja Juvan. It was a dominant victory for Yastremska, which resulted in a 6:1, 6:1 score, according to the tournament’s website. This let her make it to Round 2.
In general, Dayana has confidently started the first Grand Slam tournament this year, beating her opponent by every measure. This is evidenced by the duration of the match, which made 56 minutes.
As we reported earlier, Yatremska lost to the first world racket Ashley Barty in the final of the WTA tournament in Adelaide. The Australian confidently won the first set, and although Yastremskaya succeeded in imposing a challenge, this did not affect the result - Barty's victory was reached with a score of 6:2, 7:5.