Timea Bacsinszky becomes the queen of Mexico

Timea Bacsinszky - Monterrey

Does Timea Bacsinszky have some Mexican blood? 🙂 The Swiss born to Hungarian parents has won ten matches in a row on Mexican soil, and after her last weekend’s triumph in Acapulco, the 25-year-old added the Abierto Monterrey Afirme title to her résumé which now includes three WTA winner’s trophies. A rise to No.26 in the rankings is now expected!

And as you know, in both the Mexican finals Bacsinszky’s victim was France’s Caroline Garcia, who managed to win just three games in the Acapulco final, while the rain-affected Monterrey one was much more close: 4-6 6-2 6-4.

Don’t forget that in early January 2015 Bacsinszky also played the Shenzhen Open final against Simona Halep, but that one she lost to the favorite. (photo via WTA Addict’s Twitter)

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2 thoughts on “Timea Bacsinszky becomes the queen of Mexico

  1. Emman Damian

    Great job for Timea. I predict she’ll be a permanent fixture in the Top 20 this year considering she’ll defend less points. I’m disappointed on Ana’s performance against Garcia. She lacks the drive and confidence to win.

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