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The Italian Sara Errani ends the dream of the Spanish Sara Sorribes

The Italian Sara Errani, fourth favorite, ended the dream of the Spanish Sara Sorribes, who came from the previous phase, and who reached the third round of the Charleston tournament.

The Spaniard, who leaves the competition with four wins, two in the qualifying phase and another two in the main draw, the first in the professional women’s circuit,

Errani, fourteenth racket in the world, needed two hours and ten minutes and the three sets to bring down the 18-year-old from Castellón, who has completed a magical week with her call-up for the Spanish Federation Cup team (6-2, 5 -7 and 6-2).

The Italian player will face the Czech Lucie Hradecka in the quarterfinals, who gave one of the surprises of the session by beating the French Caroline Garcia, eighth favorite, 5-7, 7-5 and 6-4.

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Previously, the German Angelique Kerber, fifth favorite, ended the expectations of the Spanish Lara Arruabarrena in the tournament in Charleston, after winning the third round match 6-3 and 6-0.

The German, sixteenth in the world, took an hour to beat the Spanish who sank definitively in the second set.

Kerber, who had already beaten Arruabarrena on the only occasion they had faced each other, in Beijing in 2012, will face the Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu, thirteenth seeded, who advanced to the round in the quarterfinals. non-appearance of the rude Ekaterina Makarova.

In addition, the session included the victories of the German Andrea Petkovic, fifth, over the American Madison Brengle by a double 6-4. The German will face the winner of the match between Serbian Jelena Jankovic and Macedonian Danka Kovinic.

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Finally, the Americans Lauren Davis and Madison Keys qualified among the top eight after beating, respectively, the German Mona Barthel (7-5, 3-0 and retirement) and the Romanian Andreea Mitu (6-2 and 6-0) . EFE

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