Already competitive the first Game. It goes to Belinda Bencic, and it is a Break. However, the Re-Break of Angelique Kerber follows a little later to 2:2. It is a scenario that will repeat itself in this semi-final a few more times.

The Swiss number 23 in the world in the lead – the German world number 8 gets back. As Belinda has the nose 4:2 in the front, it makes up for the 4:6-set defeat, no Game more.

A low blow, to digest it the first time. In all four previous Meetings – Bencic leads 3:1 – won the player who won the first set. If Belinda thinks of it? Your body language radiates in any case, no despair.

Bencic is early again ready

Even before the game is called by the referee to continue play, the 22-Year-old at the baseline and waits for her opponent. In the Know during your incredible run of the last few weeks realized twelve victories in a row, six on the Top 10, and five three-set thrillers won.

But all is known to have come to an end. Again, Belinda begins with a Break – but the course of the first half, dampening expectations. And promptly, the compensation is immediate and seems to be the series winner to take somehow the strength for great deeds.

Kerber will While “Angie” is always safer, desperate, Belinda increasingly. Not even Papa Ivan Bencic, whose words had lately, always positive, comforting his whiny daughter in Between Coaching on the bench. Another Break and be able to catch up – the match ball to the 2:6 you have given away symptomatic with a – your single–, double-error.

disappointment is likely to quickly

set The adventure in the California desert for Belinda Bencic, the winner of the previous WTA tournament in Dubai, over It will continue next week in Miami – in the meantime, is expected to put the disappointment and the Pride have pushed in the last few weeks has done again in the foreground.

In the WTA rankings will improve Bencic from rank 23 to 20. So good you haven’t been there in 2016.

Kerber hits on Sunday on time, an outsider Bianca Andreescu (WTA 60), who has probably written the weirdest story of this tournament. With a Wildcard, the 18-year-old canadian stepped up to take on their way in only the second WTA Final she beat in addition to Stefanie Vögele also sizes such as Garbine Muguruza and semi-final Gegerin Elina Switolina (WTA 8).

“meditate Every Morning for 15 minutes,” is your recipe for success. “My mother taught it to me 13 – I visualize the moments, among other things, the Victory.” More Details about their meditation methods will not reveal Andreescu understandable way. “That’s my secret.”

Bencic said after the game

“I gave a 4:2 lead, but somehow I felt not really in the Lead. Angie – I have now after the last low against the you feel – takes me to the game as a left-handed, my weapons. She lures me into the trap, wraps me in a spider web. And at some point she was then at the base-line total in the wall-mode…”

“The conversations with my father are always very emotional, this sounds Slovak, but also so excited. I don’t mind your game, I had to let out somewhere. He tried to help.”

“You late time was the Best for me. The balls are totally relaxed, my Service had zero wirklung more, the light was unusually bright, at the beginning I had even thought to bother with watery eyes, I was blind. Also, I was usual at this time, where I give, here is information, always in bed.”

“Every run must come to an end. Today, the power was missing to me to solve my problems – that was probably the key to this defeat. I’m exhausted mentally and disappointed, because I played poorly, which was, of course, Angie. But I’m convinced that I’ll be in Miami again, super excited, and quickly want to play. I think differently today than in the past: not Losing is the worst – to not be able to play, is the worst. This setting helps.”

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Jennifer Alvarez is an investigative journalist and is a correspondent for European Union. She is based in Zurich in Switzerland and her field of work include covering human rights violations which take place in the various countries in and outside Europe. She also reports about the political situation in European Union. She has worked with some reputed companies in Europe and is currently contributing to USA News as a freelance journalist. As someone who has a Masters’ degree in Human Rights she also delivers lectures on Intercultural Management to students of Human Rights. She is also an authority on the Arab world politics and their diversity.