The American tennis player Koko Goff advanced to the third round of the Australian Open Championship in Melbourne today, after defeating the 77th tennis player in the world, British Emma Radukana, after two sets, 6:3, 7:6.
The seventh tennis player in the world won after one hour and 43 minutes.
She took a 4:2 lead in the first set, preserved the advantage of the break and took the lead in the match. In the second set, the tennis players made a break each and a tie-break was played, which Gof won with 7:4.
Her opponent will be the winner of the duel between American Bernarda Pera and Chinese Qinwen Zhen.
Czech tennis player Marketa Vondrousova advanced to the second round by defeating American Alison Risk-Amritraj 5:7, 6:1, 6:4. She will play against second seed Uns Jabir from Tunisia.