Wimbledon 2022: Fernanda Contreras and Marcela Zacaras, the Mexicans seeking access to the Wimbledon main draw

of the mexican tennis playersso they will begin on Tuesday the path to access the main draw of Wimbledonafter the tournament made the draw for the classification on Monday.

Fernanda Contreras seek to repeat what he did at Roland Garros, when he won his key to the ‘qualy’ and managed to advance to the second round on French clay, which allowed her to rise to number 157 in the WTA ranking, the best position of her career. The potosina is ranked #28 in the ‘qualy’ and will be measured at the Croatian Tena Lukas#221 in the world, in what would be their first duel in their careers, scheduled for the 5:00 AM central Mexico time.

In case of advancing, Contreras will face the winner of the duel between the American Jamie Loeb and the British Talia Neilson Gatenby.

Marcela Zacaras He is looking to emulate Contreras and enter his first Grand Slam main draw. Her rival will be the Chinese Yue Yuan, who is seeded 15th in the ‘qualy’ and #151 in the world, who is also looking for her first participation in one of the four ‘big’ tournaments. The crossing in the second round will be against the German Antonia Lottner or the Italian Christian Ferrando. The party of him be the fourth on court 12with the first game scheduled for 11:00 AM local time (5:00 AM Central Mexico).

Renata Zarazua She was also in position to play qualifiers, being ranked #163 in the world, but dropped out of the tournament with a knee injury, with Luxembourg’s Mandy Minella taking her place.

Who already has his place, but in doubles, is Giuliana Olmoswho together with Gabriela Dabrowski are the third seeded for the tournament.

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What is Wimbledon Qualifying, who is playing and when are the matches?

The preliminary phase of Wimbledon distributes the Last 16 tournament main draw tickets. It is disputed by 128 tennis players, 16 by invitation (wild card or special ranking) and the next 112 best in the ranking who did not enter the main draw. The ‘qualy’ is disputed in 16 keys, and three wins are required to get the ticket.

Wimbledon women’s qualifiers kick offl Tuesday, June 21 and end on Thursday, June 23. The main draw of the tournament starts on Monday, June 27.



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