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Andreeva Continues Surprise Run in Madrid Open, Tsitsipas Beats Thiem

Andreeva Continues Surprise Run in Madrid Open: Russian teenager Mirra Andreeva resumed her impressive run in the Madrid Open with a straight sets victory over Magda Linette in the third round on Saturday. Andreeva, who is ranked 194th in the world before the start of the tournament, celebrated her 16th birthday with a 6-3, 6-3 win over the Polish 17th seed Linette. The young star previously defeated 2021 United States Open finalist Leylah Fernandez and world number 14 Beatriz Haddad Maia to surprise tennis betting aficionados who look to enjoy the matches live and earn extra money through picking the possible winners for every match. Andreeva moves on to a fourth-round clash with world number two and Australian Open champion Aryna Sabalenka, who outclassed wildcard Camila Osorio 6-4, 7-5.

Andreeva continues surprise run in Madrid Open, Tsitsipas beats Thiem: Breaking Linette in the First Set

Mirra Andreeva had her game going early when she broke Linette early, moving ahead 2-0 in the first set. Although the Polish netter broke back, the Russian did it again for a 4-2 advantage en route for a first-set win. The 16-year-old broke anew in the first game in the second set and converted her second match point to break the world number 19 again to secure the win. Before her match against Linette, the wildcard entry became the third 15-year-old to win a Women’s Tennis Association 1000 main draw match when she defeated Fernandez on Wednesday. Andreeva’s win placed her into a collision course with Sabalenka and noted that she has nothing to lose in the match against the Belarusian.

Gauff Loses, Tsitsipas Wins

In other matches, Paula Badosa upset world number six Coco Gauff 6-3, 6-0 to advance in the fourth round of the tournament. The Spaniard fought back from getting broken in the first game and returned the favor in the fifth game of the first set when she broke Gauff en route to a 3-2 edge. The American was broken anew in the ninth game to surrender the set as her forehand attempts backfired. In the second set, Badosa gave no chance to Gauff as she won 75% of the points en route to a 6-0 win.

In the men’s side, Stefanos Tsitsipas fought from a set down to defeat Dominic Thiem 3-6, 6-1, 7-6 (7/5). Tsitsipas, who was the runner-up in the 2019 edition of the tournament, registered 35 winners to outclass world number 93 Thiem, who battled gamely but lost on the Greek’s fourth match point. Tsitsipas also hit 39 straight first serves from late in the opening set to early in the third. In another match, world number three Daniil Medvedev reached the third round as he beat Italy’s Andrea Vavassori 6-4, 6-3. Dusan Lajovic stunned world number nine Felix Auger-Aliassime, 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (7/5) to make it to the next round. The tournament is set to conclude its first week on Sunday and there have been surprises and great matches along the way. Expect more stunning games and world-class action that will bring online sports picks and parlays to a frenzy as the rounds en route to the finals of the WTA- and ATP-sanctioned Madrid Open are still to come.