Nao Hibino (84th) from Japan won the women’s professional tennis (WTA) Tour Prague Open, which reached the finals as a ‘lucky loser’. Hibino defeated Linda Noscova (52nd, Czech Republic) 2-0 (6-4 6-1) in the singles final on the final day of the tournament held in Prague, Czech Republic on the 7th (local time). With this, Hibino became the fifth player in history to win a WTA Tour event as a lucky loser. Hibino, who seemed to be packing up after being defeated by Emilia Arango (169th, Colombia) in the last match of the preliminaries for this tournament, was lucky to make it to the final round as a player from the previous list of finalists gave 카지노사이트 up the tournament. Hibino won the 3rd tour singles title in his career and 4 years after the 2019 Hiroshima tournament.The Japanese tennis world is also happy. After Naomi Osaka of the 2021 Australian Open, she won the singles title in 2 years and 6 months as a Japanese female player. Hibino also won the doubles at this tournament and achieved two gold medals. Paired with Oksana Kalishnikova (Georgia), Hibino defeated Quinn Gleeson (USA) and Elixan Lesmia (France) 2-1 (6-7<7-9> 7-5 10-3) in the doubles final. defeated with Hibino is currently the highest ranked Japanese female player. Osaka, Japan’s leading women’s tennis team, fell to 592nd due to a long colon due to depression.

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