Amanda Anisimova gets the better of Qiang Wang 7-5 6-3 in the 1st round in Rome on Monday. Anisimova will face Elina Svitolina in the 2nd round. The match lasted 1 hour and 32 minutes. This run will match her most significant achievement in this tournament. Here you can see her history at this event.
Stats: aces, double faults, breaks, winners
At the end of the match, the American scored 79 points vs. Wang’s 61.
The American won this match even if she wasn’t that great in converting her break points as she converted only 30% (3/10) of the procured opportunities.
On the other side, Wang was battling in converting her break points (only 33% – 1/3). That was one of the key issues for her defeat.
After this match, the head to head between Anisimova and Wang is 3-0 for Amanda.
Draw and next match H2H: Amanda Anisimova vs. Elina Svitolina – stats
Anisimova will play Svitolina in the 2nd round.
This will be the 3rd time that Amanda Anisimova and Elina Svitolina play each other. The head to head is 1-1 for Anisimova and Svitolina (see full H2H stats), but they have never played each other on clay.
The last time that they squared off, Anisimova won 6-3 6-3 in the 2nd round in Doha back in 2020.
Live score progression and stats
The American won the set after she broke the Chinese in the 4th (3-1) and in the 12th (7-5) game. Qiang tried to stage a comeback breaking in the 5th (3-2) game. Notwithstanding, Anisimova didn’t lose the lead to win the set 7-5.
The Chinese lost the 12th game (7-5) when she had a good chance to win the game when leading 40-0.
Amanda converted 11% of her break points (1/9). She had 9 break points opportunities in the 2nd (1-0 30-40, 40-A and 40-A), the 3rd (2-1 15-40, 30-40, 40-A and 40-A) and the 12th game (6-5 40-A and 40-A). Moreover, on the other side, the Chinese converted 33% of her break points (1/3). She had her opportunities in the 5th (1-3 30-40 and 40-A) and the 9th game (4-4 40-A).
They played 88 points. Amanda was the winner of the set after clinching 8 points more than Wang (48-40). The American conceded 12 points on serve (26-12). On the other side, the Chinese conceded 22 points on serve (28-22).
Anisimova conquered a good lead at the beginning of the set after breaking Svitolina in the 2nd game (2-0) before consolidating her break and lead 3-0. the American to win the set (6-3) since there were no other breaks anymore.
Amanda was clinical in converting the only break point that she conquered in the 2nd game (1-0 15-40). On the other side, Anisimova didn’t concede a single break point during this set.
They contested 52 points. The American won 10 more points than Wang (31-21). Anisimova conceded 7 points on serve (21-7). Regarding the other side of the net, Qiang conceded 10 points on serve (14-10).
Tennis Scores in Rome
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- Jessica PegulaPegula – Daria KasatkinaKasatkina (7-5 6-3) – Stats and score progression
- Cori GauffGauff – Yulia PutintsevaPutintseva (7-5 4-6 6-4) – Stats and score progression
- Jennifer BradyBrady – Shuai ZhangZhang (6-1 6-4) – Stats and score progression
- Sara Sorribes TormoSorribes Tormo – Camila GiorgiGiorgi (7-64 6-77 7-5) – Stats and score progression
- Ekaterina AlexandrovaAlexandrova – Marta KostyukKostyuk (6-3 6-1) – Stats and score progression
- Vera ZvonarevaZvonareva – Christina MchaleMchale (6-3 6-0) – Stats and score progression
- Amanda AnisimovaAnisimova – Qiang WangWang (7-5 6-3) – Stats and score progression
- Petra KvitovaKvitova – Magda LinetteLinette (1-6 6-0 6-2) – Stats and score progression
- Iga SwiatekSwiatek – Alison RiskeRiske (5-4 ret.) – Stats and score progression
- Anastasija SevastovaSevastova – Jil TeichmannTeichmann (3-6 6-1 6-3) – Stats and score progression
- Maria SakkariSakkari – Polona HercogHercog (7-66 3-6 6-2) – Stats and score progression
- Martina TrevisanTrevisan – Yaroslava ShvedovaShvedova (0-0) – H2H details and stats
- Caroline GarciaGarcia – Elisabetta CocciarettoCocciaretto (0-0) – H2H details and stats
- Veronika KudermetovaKudermetova – Elise MertensMertens (0-3) – H2H details and stats
- Saisai ZhengZheng – Barbora KrejcikovaKrejcikova (0-1) – H2H details and stats
- Sloane StephensStephens – Madison KeysKeys (4-1) – H2H details and stats
- Garbine MuguruzaMuguruza – Anastasia PavlyuchenkovaPavlyuchenkova (6-1) – H2H details and stats
- Bernarda PeraPera – Tamara ZidansekZidansek (1-0) – H2H details and stats
- Johanna KontaKonta – Jelena OstapenkoOstapenko (3-2) – H2H details and stats
- Ajla TomljanovicTomljanovic – Marketa VondrousovaVondrousova (1-1) – H2H details and stats
- Angelique KerberKerber – Alize CornetCornet (3-2) – H2H details and stats
- Laura SiegemundSiegemund – Nadia PodoroskaPodoroska (0-0) – H2H details and stats
- Kristina MladenovicMladenovic – Belinda BencicBencic (3-3) – H2H details and stats
- Maria SakkariSakkari – Cori GauffGauff (2-0) – H2H details and stats
- Sara Sorribes TormoSorribes Tormo – Aryna SabalenkaSabalenka (0-1) – H2H details and stats
- Amanda AnisimovaAnisimova – Elina SvitolinaSvitolina (1-1) – H2H details and stats
- Karolina PliskovaPliskova – Anastasija SevastovaSevastova (2-2) – H2H details and stats
- Vera ZvonarevaZvonareva – Petra KvitovaKvitova (3-3) – H2H details and stats
- Jennifer BradyBrady – Ekaterina AlexandrovaAlexandrova (0-0) – H2H details and stats
- Jessica PegulaPegula – Naomi OsakaOsaka (0-1) – H2H details and stats