As Victoria Azarenka (33) and Arina Savalenka (24) from Belarus advance to the semifinals of the women’s singles, attention is focused on this.
In particular, Belarusian players, along with Russian players, are at the disadvantage of being banned from participating in various international competitions after Russia’s armed invasion of Ukraine last year. Because Belarus is supporting Russia.
Savalenka, ranked 5th in the world, said, “I really want to make history by making a final against Azarenka, a Belarusian,” ahead of the semi-final against 45th ranked Magda Linenette (30, Poland) scheduled for the 26th. However, Azarenka, ranked 24th, is set to play in the semifinals with Elena Rybakina (23, Kazakhstan), a strong candidate for the championship of last year’s ‘Wimbledon Queen’. 토토사이트
The women’s singles semifinals are scheduled to start from the Rivakina-Azarenka match at 5:30 p.m. Rivakina, also originally from Russia, changed her nationality after being promised financial support from Kazakhstan.
Sabalenka once said, “No one supports war. After Russian and Belarusian players were banned from Wimbledon last year, she was really disappointed that politics interfered with the sport,” she said. “It’s going to be history, it’s going to be unbelievable,” he said in regards to Azarenka and her finals prospects.
“I really want that to happen,” Sabalenka said. Azarenka won the women’s singles title twice at the Australian Open in 2012 and 2013, and she is trying to reach the top again after 10 years.