Camila Giorgi showed a literally spatial outfit! The delightful Italian beauty wears an astronaut suit, with the NASA logo. in fact, she would have visited one of the many visitors centers in the US. A decidedly very different outfit from the ones she usually posts on Instagram, but which positively surprised all her followers
Camila wins the title in Merida
A little less than a year and a half after her success in Canada, Camila Giorgi returns to win a title on the Tour. After a splendid week, seasoned among other things by the 6-0 6-0 against Sloane Stephens in the quarterfinals, and back from the very tiring 7-5 7-6(4) against Katerina Siniakoka, the Italian tennis player beats in Merida also Rebecca Peterson, and she won the first edition of the tournament in the state of Yucatan.
A 7-6 (3) 1-6 6-3 that speaks for itself, with the Italian who survives the tie break of the first set and who, despite a hole in the heart of the match, she finds weapons good enough to capture the title. The fourth of her career.
Giorgi player thus carves out a space again among the top fifty players in the world and she also bypasses Elisabetta Cocciaretto. An alternating current match, with Camila who turns out to be the first to leave the service on the street and evidently also the first to find herself in a dangerous situation
However, Peterson does not take advantage of a 5-3 advantage available, she cancels a handful of set points at 5-6. Camila, who also finds some support from the first ball, closes at the first useful opportunity and puts her head forward.
The dynamics of the challenge change completely during the second set. Also because the winners from nineteen become four and the unforced errors from nineteen still remain fifteen. Camila, who practically has time to move the zero from the game box, rather hastily leaves the Swede with the possibility of playing a decidedly more peaceful game.
Even if in the moment of maximum difficulty she stops the bleeding and forcefully returns to the track during the deciding set. The accelerations start working again and Camila makes up for a break from disadvantage with a significant partial.
Strengthened by a 4-2 advantage to defend, the Italian tennis player doesn’t limit herself to administering with the serve available but she lets her arm go completely even in the final and with a second break she secures the victory