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The Colombian tennis player fell to Anna Congo, 6-7, 6-7, in just over an hour of play. After an amazing week, you will appear among the top 100 players in the world on Monday.
In an intense match that ended in the tiebreaker sets (6-7 and 6-7), Colombian tennis player Maria Camila Osorio fell to Anna Congo of Croatia, in the semifinals of the WTA 250 in Belgrade, Serbia. Open ladies.
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At just 19 years old, Cocotina, thanks to her points in the tournament, became the fifth Colombian tennis player among the top 100 in the world. Previously, she has investigated Isabel Fernandez (1975), Fabiola Zuloaga (1998), Catalina Castano (2004) and Mariana Duque (2008).
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“You learn more from defeats than from victories,” said the resigned North, who won her first professional title last April by dedicating herself to the Colsánitas Cup in Bogotá. A few days later he reached the final of the Charleston Championships in the United States.
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“My goal for this year was to reach the top 100 and I am happy with that. The task now will be to reinforce myself and continue playing in the best possible way,” assured the tennis player for Colsánitas, who is now preparing for the Roland Garros tournament, in Paris, which is the second major tournament for this. season.
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