Hantuch is in Birmingham in the quarterfinals

BIRMINGHAM. Slovak tennis player Daniela Hantuch won the fourth round of the eighth round of the 3rd round of singles at the WTA Aegon Classic in Birmingham (International, $ 220,000, grass) over Russia Alla Kudriavcev in 74 minutes 6: 4, 6: 2.

This year’s Slovak victory over the 23-year-old Moskovčankou from the first round of singles at the WTA Family Circle Cup in Charleston, from their premiere crackdown, which Poprad native won 6: 1, 7: 6 .

Alison Riske, 20-year-old American Roland Garros 2011, will take part in the quarterfinals in the quarterfinals, with Aravane Rezai 7: 5, 6: 7 (6), 6: 2 . Against 105.Twenty-eight-year-old Hantuch did not play.

The current 28th world ranking player, Hantuch, debuted in Birmingham in 1999, was in the semifinals in the 2001 season and was back in the tournament for the first time since 2007. At that time she stopped her in three sets in French quarter Marion Bartoli, a few weeks later Wimbledon finalist. Rybáriková is also going to play in the 6th round at 6: 7 (1), 6: 0, 6: 1.

The twenty-year-old Piešťan native did not enter the fight with a happy leg. In the first game, she trailed for a shorter end, swept it into a secret, in which she had only one point. The second set, however, was clearly her affair, and her rivals did the “canary”.In decisive history, Rybáriková did not let any drama, allowing Rodionov to win only one game.

In the quarterfinals Rybáriková will measure forces with Nemka Sabine Lisická. He has already secured 70 points in WTA retirement and a $ 5,000 check. Martina Hromeca Rybáriková, 69. in computer rankings, won the title in Birmingham in the 2009 season (in the finals overtaken by Chinese Na Li), last year she played in the eight-final with the Kazakh representative Sesil Karatanchev.

Alison Riske (USA)

Mirjana Lučičová (Chor.) – Andrea Hlaváčková – Aravane Rezai (Fr.-8) 7: 5, 6: 7 (6), 6: 2

Shuay Pcheng (China-3) – Heather Watson (V.7: 6 (1), 6: 4

Sabine Lisicka (DE) – Tamira Paszekova (Austria) Sara Erraniova (Tal.-7) 6: 3, 6: 2 Ana Ivanovičová (Srb.-2) – Rebecca Marinova (Kan.-13) 7, 6: 4, 6: 3