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The 16 qualified for the final table of Wimbledon

Wimbledon qualifying has come to an end, and these are the 16 winners who will play the third Grand Slam of the season from qualifying.

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Qualified (WTA) main draw Wimbledon

Zoe Hives (Australia, 25 years old)

The Australian tennis player entered the qualifying phase with a protected ranking after her injury, and comes out of it with a ticket to the final draw after defeating Vickery, Lee and Hon (the latter did not show up for her decisive match due to food poisoning).

Yanina Wickmayer (Belgium, 32 years old)

The Belgian returns in a big way to a Wimbledon final table. After her long maternity leave, a new Grand Slam is sneaking on grass and where she knows what it is to play a round of 16 back in 2011. Her victories against Grabher, Shinikova and Jang have given the veteran former top100 a new pass to a tournament of the highest level.

Emina Bektas (United States, 29 years old)

Second time the American has entered a Grand Slam final draw this year after doing so in Australia. Her victories against Bejlek, Hartono and the experienced Fiona Ferro have opened the doors to a new possibility for her to play a final draw in 2022. Her good service has been one of the keys for the American to make her second foray into a draw end so far this year.

Astra Sharma (Australia, 26 years old)

The Australian tennis player sneaks back into a Grand Slam final table, and in this case we are talking about a tennis player with a lot of experience and who knows what it is to lift titles at the WTA level. Her triumphs against Zuger, Burillo and Kasintseva open the doors to a new Grand Slam on a surface that favors her direct tennis and few shots.

Nastasja Schunk (Germany, 18 years old)

The German tennis player this time has achieved it by her own means. After entering Roland Garros as a Lucky Loser, this time she has gained access to her by beating rivals like Danielle Lao or Jessica Pieri along the way, among others, on a surface that a priori does not favor her as much as clay.

Katarzyna Kawa (Poland, 29 years old)

The Pole is another of the tennis players who has asserted her good tennis on this surface to sneak into the final draw of the London tournament, and she has done so after defeating the sensation of Roland Garros, the French tennis player Leolia Jeanjean in the decisive match.

Jaimee Fourlis (Australia, 22 years old)

The Australian is one of the lucky ones who will say from next Monday present in the final draw at Wimbledon. After her good work on the hard courts of Madrid, it seems that her change has come in handy for a Fourlis that continues to confirm her rise little by little in a very positive 2022 season for the Australian.

Jana Fett (Croatia, 25 years old)

The aggressive Croatian tennis player is one of the 128 players who will be able to play the Wimbledon final draw from next Monday. Her aggressive and powerful tennis from the baseline was enough for her to earn a spot in the London tournament as she beat Ormaechea, Bolkvadze and Zavatska on her way to achieving her long-awaited goal.

Louisa Chirico (United States, 26 years old)

Good news for a Chirico who already knows what it’s like to play a Grand Slam in the past, back in 2017 and who has since seen her ranking plummet. Now, many years later, she seems to be recovering her tennis and thanks to this she will play the third Grand Slam of the season after overcoming an always demanding preliminary phase.

Fernanda Contreras Gómez (Mexico, 24 years old)

New feat for a Fernanda who has done it again. After sneaking into the second round of Roland Garros, this time she has done the same on the grass of Roehampton by beating an experienced player like Timea Babos to qualify for the second consecutive time to a Grand Slam final draw so far in 2022.

Catherine Harrison (United States, 28 years old)

The American is one of the surprises of the final table, and it is that lately she has been more involved in the doubles modality. After beating Ysaline Bonaventure or Yue Yuan among others, the player from the country of stars gets her first access to a final table from the previous phase.

Christina McHale (USA, 30 years old)

The experienced American player returns to a Grand Slam final draw after a few years in which the results did not accompany her, although this time she has been able to beat Kuzmova, Paar and Kerkhove to thus secure her place in a final draw of the highest category. of tennis.

Maja Chwalinska (Poland, 20 years old)

The Polish little by little begins to confirm that her good expectations in her in her junior stage are reaping their fruits. Her previous phase has not been easy at all, having to defeat tennis players like Aliona Bolsova or Coco Vandeweghe among others to sneak into her first Grand Slam final frame.

Maddison Inglis (Australia, 24 years old)

The Australian is another of the winners with a ticket to the final draw at Wimbledon, and she has achieved it by beating De Vroome, Minella and Stevanovic to seal her name among the 128 players who will play the London tournament from next Monday.

Mai Hontama (Japan, 22 years old)

The Japanese is another of the lucky ones in this tournament on grass, and her victories against Cabrera, Wagner and Sun opened the doors of a Grand Slam to the 22-year-old who already knows what it is to play tournaments of caliber not long ago, upon reaching the quarterfinals of the WTA 500 in Chciago where she would fall to Garbiñe Muguruza.

Mirjam Bjorklund (Sweden, 23 years old)

The young Swedish tennis player and current girlfriend of Denis Shapovalov reconfirms her pass to a Grand Slam final draw for the second time in a row in this year 2022, which continues to confirm the good work of the Nordic player in recent months, especially in slower surfaces than this one at Wimbledon.

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