Paula Padusa will play the Indian Wells final after beating Jaber

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He’s tough to solve and he’s a clear favorite to win the title on Saturday. Paula Badusa Friday qualified for the Indian Wells final after beating Tunisia’s Anas Jaber To multiply from 6 to 3 in 1 hour and 21 minutes. She is the first Spaniard to reach the final in the California desert since she did Conchita Martinez In 1996. An Bigor He also has a shot in their ranking for WTA Finals from Guadalajara which will be held this year in Mexico.

It didn’t even take a third set. His tennis strength from the back of the court and his focus were enough arguments. She was much more than the brilliant Arab player despite the current difference in ranking. The Spaniard, who has been very strong and powerful throughout the tournament, will face the Belarusian for the title on Sunday Victoria Azarenka In his first final in California.

Padusa knew how to play the key points in the first set better, which ended up in his favour thanks to a 3-3 break on the scoreboard. He knocked out tennis with his equal wins against tennis players out of place Angelique Kerber (winner of three Big bangs and the previous world number 1) or Barbora Krijcikova (The third seed of Indian wells and number 5 in the ranking today) to make Tunisian women bite the dust.

The next goal was not to get away from the roundabout or Jaber’s favoritism. And she did so without losing faith in her tennis, rock solid from behind the court despite persistent attempts by the African to regain control. He held his serve in the fifth game and sped up in the sixth, forcing two breakers to peek at the win. Three exciting matches led her to go 5-2 and she had as many as three matching balls that she couldn’t capitalize on. He will do it in the next game by raising 0-40.

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The final in what is considered a great fifth on the track is a feat that coincides with his best moment in form. The Spaniards will strive for her first great title in United State.

[Más información: La triste despedida de Paula Badosa en Tokio: así se retiró en silla de ruedas por un golpe de calor]

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