Wimbledon: Kristina Schmiedl played in the final of the juniors

Despite promising introduction, the NTC member on the All England Club grass as a deployed eight has played with Latvia Julia Ostapenko in three sets 6: 2, 3: 6, 0: 6. The second Slovakian in the final

The coach of Ľubomír Kurhajc did not become Kristín Kucova’s second Slovak juniors in an era of independence with single title for the big four.

The younger sister of Kucova managed the US Open 2007.Among the juniors he won the Grand Slam title in double Martin Klizan – 2006 in Roland Garros.

The grandslam final included the older of the six Schmiedles Anna Karolina, in 2012 Roland Garros in Paris played with Nemka Annika Becková.

Kristina Schmiedlova came out of the game with Ustapenko and after a quick break it took 2-0.

Lotyška is now equal to 2: 2, but four more gems have become Schmiedl’s crown, which, like in previous matches at this year’s Wimbledon, has benefited from high quality.

In the second game, Ostapenková made a 4: 1 lead after a quick break. Schmiedl then dropped to 3: 4, but the end of the set belonged to Latvia.On the third day, Ostapenková dominated the yard number 1, and Slovenka used the “canary”. She was tired

Kristina Schmiedl was not disappointed after the final, but she was very satisfied with her overall performance at the most famous tournament in the world.

“I was tired enough, the rival was playing very well, she was relying on high-quality service and she was pushing in a lot of shifts, but it was a pity that it did not work today, but the grandslam final is a great success.

“We have not changed the tactic compared to the final match at the Roehampton tournament.Latvian was playing offensive tennis, a pity that I did not have a bigger percentage of the first service and did not change the rhythm of the game, “said TASR Schmiedl, who plans a smaller celebration after returning to Slovakia.

” Brothers and Mum are waiting for me in Bratislava Wimbledon – Juniors – Final

Jelena Ostapenkova (Lot.) – Kristina SCHMIEDLOVA (8-SR) 2: 6, 6: 3, 6: 0

Tami Grende, Čchiou Jü-e (Indonézia / Čína) – Marie Bouzková, Dalma Gálfiová (ČR / Maď.) 6: 2, 7: 6 Sorry, because it was from our point of view the historical finale. Kristina could, as the first Slovakian, win the Wimbledon junior title. This is how she imitated the success of Magdalen Rybarik in a few years.Kristina is a great promise. “

” Her excellent performance game has perspective parameters, and she will be only 17 years old, so this junior category will also be the next season.The body would be followed by an example of her older sister Karolina for a few years, and she was deep within the first hundred ladies’ ranking. “Kristina Schmiedl’s success is also a confirmation that the coaches at the National Tennis Center are doing fine work with young “

” After the junior grandslam triumphs by Kristina Kucova and Martin Kliman and the final attendances by Magdalena Rybáriková and Karolina Schmiedlová, this is another remarkable success of the juniors who are preparing for the NTC. “

In comparison with the Roehampton final it was much more balanced today, including the third set, the result of which does not fully reflect the performance on the court. “

” Kika had a good start, she was well served. It was a 3: 4 twist in the second set.Then Ostapenková started to push her more and she got on a horse.Today, we are sorry for the loss, but overall it is a great success that we can definitely build on. “

” Kika should be the closest woman to try, but she is also expecting a Europe-old championship of her age or Olympic youth games. “Overview triumphs Slovak junior at Grand Slam tournaments

2010 – doubles girls: Jana Čepelová, Chantal Škamlová

2011 – doubles boys: Filip Horanský (the Czechs Jiri Vesely)

1994 – doubles girls: Henrieta Nagyová (with and Swiss Martina Hingis)

2006 – singles boys: Martin Kližan

2007 – singles girls: Kristína Kučová

1991 – double girls Karina Cíleková-Habšudová (German girl Barbara Rittnerovou)

1990 – double girls Karina Cíleková-Habšudová (a Czech Andrea Strnadová)

1985 – double Girls: Radka Zrubáková (with Czech Andrea Holikova)

1986 – doubles of girls Radka Zrubáková (a Czech Jana Novotna)

1991 – singles girls: Karina Cíleková-Habšudová

1999 Iroda Tuľaganovová (Uzb.) 2000 Maria Emilia Salerniová (Arg.) 2001 Angelique Widjajová (Indon.) 2002 Vera Duševinová (RUS.) 2003 Kirsten Flipkensová (Bel.) 2004 Kateryna Bondarenková (Ukr.) 2005 Agnieszka Radwanská (POL.) 2006 Caroline Wozniacka (DEN.) 2007 Urszula Radwanská (Poland), 2008 Laura Robson (V.Brittany, 2009) Nippawan Lertcheewakarn (Thaj.), 2010 Kristýna Plíšková (Czech Republic), 2011 Ashleigh Barty (Aus.), 2012 Eugenie Bouchardová (Kan.