Alice Garnet and Harmony Dawn clash in London, eighth, most French women eliminated

Two French women, the last French representatives, were defeated in the round of 16 on the London lawn on Monday.

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The charming French adventures at Wimbledon are over. Alice Garnett was beaten by Australian Ajla Domljanovic in the round of 16 at Wimbledon (4-6, 6-4, 6-3) on Monday, July 4, two days after her stunning win over world No. 1 Iga Svidek.

Garnet made the perfect start by pocketing the first set, but Nicoise, who struggled physically throughout the crowd, gradually died down. She couldn’t resist the surge from her opponent, the world number 44 The Kazakh will challenge Elena Rybakina for a spot In the last square. Six months after the first quarter-final of his Grand Slam career in Australia, Garnett will not be back on the London turf.

For her part, almost at the same time with her partner, Harmony Dan could not make weight against Amanda Anisimova (6-2, 6-3). The world No. 115 was a great story from the first week of Wimbledon, losing heavily against the No. 20. For more than an hour, the 24-year-old Frenchwoman struggled, especially in the second run. But he failed to beat the American and qualified for his first Grand Slam quarter-final.

Harmony Dawn during her match against Amanda Anisimova at Wimbledon on July 4, 2022.  (Kieran Galvin/EPA)

Don, who had never made it past the second round of a major until then, was stopped in the round of 16. Her good career won’t be rewarded with an immediate rise up the WTA rankings, as no points are actually awarded for this Wimbledon.

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