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Garcia falls at the end of the night

After a showdown lasting almost three hours, Caroline Garcia lost in the quarter-finals of the WTA tournament in Palermo against Lucia Bronzetti.

There will be no French in the last four in Palermo. A few hours after Diane Parry, Caroline Garcia lost in the quarterfinals against Lucia Bronzetti. A meeting that the 48th player in the world knew how to take by the good end with the break obtained at the first opportunity in order to lead three games to one. But the Italian was able to immediately respond and pick up the Habs. The seventh game did not go far from turning in favor of the 78th world but the latter did not know how to seize her chance on her four opportunities to take the service of Caroline Garcia. In the process, the 48th in the world was clinical to go back in front and serve to win the round. Which was not easy because, after missing a set point, the Lyonnaise was forced to dismiss two break opportunities for Lucia Bronzetti. However, Caroline Garcia had the last word and took the lead after this first set. The second has long been a showdown between the two players. It took until the fifth game to see the French get the first two break points. Two missed opportunities that did not come up again.

Garcia to finish for ceder

Lucia Bronzetti then put pressure on her opponent but experienced the same lack of success when taking her serve. However, at the gates of the decisive game, the Italian found the resources to revive herself in this quarter-final on her third set point on the serve of Caroline Garcia. The Habs then pushed to regain control but the four break points obtained in the first game of the last round were not successful against the relentless defense of their opponent. Lucia Bronzetti, she hesitated much less when taking the service of the Habs to lead three games to one. The Italian then launched a sequence of three consecutive breaks allowing her to keep the hand and then lead five games to two by holding her service. Trembling when concluding, with two break points saved, the Italian ended up having the last word (3-6, 7-5, 6-3 in 2h57 ‘). For a place in the final, Lucia Bronzetti will face her compatriot Jasmine Paolini this Saturday. The latter got the better of the number 8 seed Nuria Parrizas-Diaz in three sets (6-7, 7-5, 6-2 in 3h07 ‘).

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