Caroline Garcia is in the quarterfinals in Toronto after her convincing victory against CiCi Bellis (6-4, 6-2) on Thursday.
At the end of July in Bastad (semi-final), Caroline Garcia (23, 21st) shone Thursday in Toronto (Premier), a third victory of rank, delivering a convincing performance. The Lyonnaise, who fell to Cirstea and then Lepchenko in Canada, this time dominated in the third round the American nugget CiCi Bellis (18 years), 36th world (6-4, 6-2 in 1:14). Garcia took control of the exchanges, limiting his waste, using his forehand and being aggressive on return.
She managed the first break from the fourth game of the game (3-1), before confirming it (4-1) after dismissing a 3-2 ball. She then led 5-2, missed the opportunity to conclude the round on her 5-3 lead, then topple in the next game on return. The second act was less hooked, Garcia escaping from entry (3-0), before concluding again on return.
Here we are almost guaranteed to reinstate, next Monday, the Top 20 (provisional 12th to the Race). In the quarterfinals, Caroline Garcia, the last tricolor player still in contention, will face Barbora Strycova or Simona Halep.