Quebec’s Leylah Annie Fernandez had a bad serve. In the first qualifying round of the Madrid Championship, she won 7-6 (6) and lost to Croatia’s Ana Konjuh 2-6, 6-4.
Fernandez was ranked 72nd on the WTA Tour and 12th in the qualifying stage. She committed 11 double errors, but her opponent was much worse with 13 odd numbers. The loser also conceded 15 times 5 times, and Konjuh has served 6 times.
On Spanish clay, Fernandez won 63.2% of his initial serve points. His second percentage dropped to 47.5%.
Therefore, no Canadian will participate in the main draw for this event. Ontario native Bianca Andreescu (Bianca Andreescu) was supposed to be there, but withdrew from the game due to COVID-19. Australia’s Ashleigh Barty will be the most popular, followed by Japan’s Naomi Osaka.