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Rebecca Marino left Australia

Rebecca Marino left Australia

Canada’s Rebecca Marino did not last long in the Australian Open main draw.

On Tuesday, the 143rd seed lost 6-1, 6-3 in straight sets to Mary Boskova of the Czech Republic in the first round. The 86th-ranked player on the world chessboard won in 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Usually retreating against the wall, Marino saved eight of the twelve break points his opponent had purchased. The latter is correct in both cases where the Canadian has to take his service.

Maple leaf representative Bouzkova also failed to impose himself on the second service balls, he won 100% of the controversial exchanges in this situation.

Marino took his place in the preliminary round of the first round of the Grand Slam tournament this season. He was also the 24th-ranked player in the pre-match series.

With the defeat of the 31-year-old Torontonian, there are no Canadians in the singles competition at the Australian Open. Earlier in the day, Cuban Leila Annie Fernandez lost her first round match to Australian Madison Inglis 6-4, 6-2 in two sets.

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