Three matches, two titles: Japanese Nao Hibino’s crazy day in Prague

Three matches, two titles: Japanese Nao Hibino's crazy day in Prague

A little over 3:15 to win three matches and glean two titles… We have rarely seen – if not to say, never – a passage on such an effective field. The performance is signed Nao Hibino.

This Monday, August 7, at the WTA 250 in Prague, Czech Republic, the 28-year-old Japanese (136th in the world) first won the last game of her singles semi-final, interrupted the day before due to rain. , against the Romanian Jaqueline Cristian (6-4, 6-7 (2), 6-3). Before continuing in stride with the final against the local, Linda Noskova (71st), won in two sets (6-4, 6-1).

Then, barely time to breathe: Hibino had to find his doubles sidekick, the Georgian Oksana Kalashnikova (53rd) for the final of the tournament. Together, they won a final success, in two sets (6-7 (7), 7-5, 10-3), against the pair Quinn Gleason-Elixane Lechemia. This double should allow Hibino to enter the top 100. An unforgettable performance in more ways than one.


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