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Coco Gauff Stuns with Amazing Comeback After Fall to Defeat Jessica Pegula

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Coco Gauff versus Jessica Pegula

Coco Gauff recent match at the Grass Court Championships in Berlin was thrilling. Although her doubles journey with Jessica Pegula ended early, she excelled in the singles tournament.

In the semi final, she faced off against her doubles partner. Gauff displayed amazing fitness and determination, getting back up after a fall and continuing to play strongly.

Gauff was expected to reach the finals, but she looked discouraged when Pegula won the first set. Even though her fellow American was dominating, the 20-year-old Gauff tried hard to keep up. During one of the rallies, she lost her footing and slipped, making the situation even tougher for her.

With the score tied at 5-5, Coco Gauff showed incredible strength in her backhands. As she ran to hit the ball, she slipped twice on the grass. Everyone thought she would lose the point, but the US Open champion surprised everyone by proving them wrong.

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She amazed her opponent with quick reflexes, managing to get up and win the point. Many of her shots were incredible, but her opponent didn’t give up and matched her skill, keeping the score tied.

Just as everyone expected Gauff to make a comeback, the weather intervened. Dark clouds gathered over the Berlin arena, leading to heavy rain that stopped the match. The game is set to continue today (Sunday) to decide who will compete in the final against Anna Kalinskaya. Anna’s semi-final matches have been truly inspiring.

Anna Kalinskaya was on a roll during her semifinal match against Victoria Azarenka on Saturday. She dominated the first set, hitting nine winners and easily winning 6-1 without any threats to her serve.

However, Azarenka, a two-time Australian Open champion, fought back in the second set and took a 4-1 lead. Kalinskaya didn’t give up and pushed the set to a tiebreak, but Azarenka won it in a close battle.

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The third set was all Kalinskaya. Her strong groundstrokes resulted in 14 winners compared to Azarenka’s 3, allowing her to take a commanding 5-1 lead. Azarenka made a valiant effort, saving three match points at 40-0, but Kalinskaya eventually won after two hours and ten minutes with two unreturned serves.

As everyone anticipated the intense match between Gauff and Pegula, a former pro also had some interesting comments about it.

Evert on Gauff’s Tough Matchup with Close Friend:

Fans found it unusual to see Coco Gauff and Jessica Pegula facing each other on opposite sides of the court. They’ve had great chemistry as doubles partners for a long time, but they reunited for this tournament. Their decision was influenced by their good relationship and preparation before the upcoming Paris Olympics.

Coco Gauff and Jessica Pegula, longtime friends and doubles partners, faced each other unexpectedly in the opening doubles match despite both progressing in singles. Former pro Chris Evert tweeted about the challenge of competing against a friend. Their semi-final remains undecided, leaving fans eagerly awaiting its conclusion.

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