This Thursday was to play the quarter-finals of the WTA 250 tournament in Bad Homburg with six of the eight seeds present at this stage of the competition. But the rain decided otherwise. With the package of Viktoria Azarenka, embarrassed to the abs, the remaining three quarterfinals and the semi-finals will finally be played this Friday. But who will join Sara Sorribes Tormo? Petra Kvitova will face Nadia Podoroska while Angélique Kerber will have to beware of Amanda Anisimova. Embarrassed in the abs, Vika had spent nearly 3 hours on the court Wednesday to get rid of Alizé Cornet. The former world number 1 therefore needs to breathe before playing Wimbledon.

Considered one of the five best players on grass of the last decade, Petra Kvitova has been struggling since the start of this tournament. After two first rounds won in three sets against Katarzyna Piter and Ann Li, the double Wimbledon winner (2011 and 2014) will try to reassure herself against Nadia Podoroska, rather a clay player but who had beaten her 7-6 in the 3rd at the start of the year in a preparation tournament for the Australian Open. In the event of victory, the Czech could find in half Angélique Kerber, who for her part, dispatched her two adversaries (Ekaterina Yashena and Anna Blinkova) 6-1 6-1 and 6-0 6-2. The German player should, however, experience more difficulty this Thursday against the young American Amanda Anisimova, who has not lost a set of the tournament either.

After taking advantage of Viktoria Azarenka’s package, the Spaniard Sara Sorribes Tormo will meet Katerina Siniakova in the half, the Czech having eliminated Laura Siegemund (n ° 8) this morning.

[4] Angélique Kerber (GER) or Amanda Anisimova (USA) – [1] Petra Kvitova (CZE) – [5] Nadia Podoroska (ARG)

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