See you this weekend for the semi-finals and the final!

Despite the heavy rain at the beginning of the week, the tournament did not fall behind on its match schedule, thanks in part to good weather on Friday that allowed for Thursday’s matches to be made up. The players still listed for the quarterfinals were Tamara Zidansek (50), Lucia Bronzetti (241), Natalia Vikhlyantseva (175), Maryna Zanevska (193), Caroline Garcia (79), Zarina Diyas (102), Clara Burel (125) and Fionna Ferro (52).

After unpredictable and exciting matches, Tamara Zidansek, Maryna Zanevska, Caroline Garcia and Clara Burel won. To everyone’s surprise, Clara Burel took out the title winner Fionna Ferro to find herself in the semi-finals against another of her compatriots, Caroline Garcia. In the other semi-finals, the Slovenian is number one in the tournament and will face the Belgian Maryna Zanevska who eliminated Natalia Vikhlyantseva.

The next matches will be exciting, because the underdogs are likely to threaten the higher ranked players of the tournament. So don’t miss the semi-finals and the final to see which player will take the trophy of this new edition on Sunday.

The doubles competition also promises interesting matches. The duo of Swiss players, Susan Bandecchi (219) and Simona Waltert (235) will face the new Zealander Erin Routliffe and the Belgian Kimberly Zimmermann (138). So there is a chance that the doubles title will be won by Swiss women this year!

To finally know the outcome of the 2021 edition, don’t hesitate to buy your tickets and come to see the women’s tennis matches while enjoying a Ladies Spritz in the village!