Perfect semifinals will not have a perfect final. At the start of the day that featured clashes between the top favorites of the WTA tournament in Monterrey, Timea Bacsinszky was the first to emerge victorious.
This time, Timea Bacsinszky (31st WTA and 4th seed) defeated the Italian Sara Errani (12th and second) by a strange 6-0, 4-6 and 7-6 (3).
The clash had a third part of an hour and 14 minutes and in which the peninsular served twice for a match.
In this way, the good streak of the Swiss, champion in Acapulco days ago, continues, so there are now nine wins in a row, losing only four sets in these last two weeks.
In the second turn, Ana Ivanovic (6th WTA, No. 1 in the contest and defending champion) was surprised, who lost to the French Caroline Garcia (29th, third seed and recent finalist in Acapulco) 6-1 and 6-4 in just 55 minutes of play.
In this way, the gala will have its revenge just a week after falling in the definition against the Swiss. (Courtesy of Espndeportes.com).