Bogota. Amanda Anisimova keeps on winning in Colombia as the 17-year-old beats fellow American Varvara Lepchenko in straight sets in a match that ended at 1.12 in the morning because of a prolonged rain delay.

How Anisimova defeated Lepchenko

Amanda had a rather strong start of the match to grab a 3-0 lead immediately. However, later on, the American failed to serve out the set while she was leading 5-3 when she was broken at love. Eventually, Amanda managed to regroup immediately broke back soon after her opponent and win the opener 6-4.

Anisimova started extremely slow in the 2nd set when she faced a 0-3 deficit. However, the American got back in the groove soon after to conquer the following 4 games using her superior firepower (4-3). Lepchenko managed to win the next game (4-4), but eventually it was the American to conquer the match. The final result was 6-4 6-4, and the contest ended in 74 minutes.

Head to head Amanda Anisimova vs. Osorio Serrano

The American will face the wild card, world 438 and home favorite Maria Camila Osorio Serrano that is also 17-year-old. This is the first time that they play each other at tour level and therefore there is no official head to head record.

Head to head Amanda Anisimova vs. Maria camila Osorio Serrano


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she hit the ball good, and is lighter on her feet than sharapova, her upper body serves ,she make dojovic look good, if he ever became a runner like micheal jiohnson his upper body , hed nearly be a actual athlete, so she could be a tiny bit faster like halep, but in running, but still v impresive against sharapova id say then potetily better than dojojovic, barring injurys,