Hua Hin Open 2019: Yastremska Enters Second WTA Final

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Dayana Yastremska made it to her second WTA tournament final after she needed less than an hour and a half to get past Poland’s Magda Linette in her semi-final at the Hua Hin Open on Saturday.

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Yastremska was a 6-4, 6-3 winner over Linette, after she managed to claw back from difficult situations at different times in the match.

Serving for the first set at 5-4, she faced four break-points but saved each one of them to clinch the set. And then in the second, she was a break down early but not only did she overturn that but then broke Linette again to win in straight sets.

What this means is that Yastremska continues with her good form, having won the Hong Kong Open title last year and making the last-eight stage of three of the four competitions she has played since then.

She also entered the third round of the Australian Open where she went down to Serena Williams.

The Ukrainian teenager will now take on the eighth seeded Ajla Tomljanovic in the final. This was after Tomljanovic also did not waste too much on court, dismissing Slovenian Tamara Zidansek in straight sets as well.

Tomljanovic was a 6-4, 6-1 winner over Zidansek, to make it four wins without dropping a set in the tournament. She had earlier sent out Stefanie Vogele, Kateryna Kozlova and Zheng Saisai to complete a run of straight-set wins.

The final will be played on Sunday.

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