The Hungarian contingent in New York dwindled to two people

Anna Bondár lost to Camila Giorgi of Italy on Monday’s opening day of the US Open tennis championship, so she did not reach the round of 64.

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The 55th Hungarian tennis player in the world ranking fought hard in the first set, in the middle of which the host won the game three times. As he was able to enjoy this twice, he gained a break advantage, which he kept until the end of the set. In the second game, after 2:2, the Hungarian tennis player was able to win his rival’s serve, but he could not take advantage of his positional advantage, his rival immediately improved, and after 4:3, he won Bondár’s serve again and won the set. After the equalizer, Giorgi remained in momentum, Bondár immediately fell behind, and there was no way back for him in the 1 hour 43 minute match.

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