Score, report, and key facts
The Belgian won the set after she broke the Czech in the 3rd (2-1) and in the 9th (6-3) game. That break was sufficient for the Belgian to win the set because she didn’t drop her serve during the rest of the set.
Van Uytvanck had a pretty good kick start of the set after breaking Pliskova in the 2nd game (2-0) before consolidating her break and lead 3-0. Yet, that wasn’t sufficient for Van Uytvanck to win the set since Pliskova succeeded in breaking back in the 9th (4-5) game. The Belgian maintained her cool to break the Czech in the 12th (7-5) game.
At the end of the match, the Belgian scored 75 points vs. Pliskova’s 66 points.
Alison served pretty well to win 76% of the points (31/41) behind her first serve, and she won 50% points (14/28) on her second serve. The Belgian was well focused in converting 57% of the break points that she conquered (4/7). On the other side, Pliskova was far from perfect in converting her break points as she converted only 33% of her break points (1/3). That was one of the key issues for her defeat.
After this match, the head to head between Van Uytvanck and Pliskova is 1-0 for Alison.
Next Match: Alison Van Uytvanck vs. Sorana Cirstea – stats
Van Uytvanck will come up against Cirstea in the final.
The last time that they fought against each other, Cirstea won 6-3 7-5 in the 1st round in Linz back in 2017.
Tennis Scores in Tashkent
- Alison Van UytvanckVan Uytvanck – Kristyna PliskovaPliskova (6-3 7-5) – See score progression
- Sorana CirsteaCirstea – Katarina ZavatskaZavatska (6-0 6-3) – See score progression
- Alison Van UytvanckVan Uytvanck – Sorana CirsteaCirstea (0-2) – See H2H details