WTA – Adelaide > Bencic (who found a flaw in Garcia’s game): “If you look at his position on the court, the service to the body is the most logical thing to do”

Belinda Bencic may have found one of Caroline Garcia’s very lively and offensive returns parades.

After winning this Thursday in the quarter-finals of the WTA 500 in Adelaide against the French player (6-2, 3-6, 6-4), the Swiss, during her interview on the court, said that she had voluntarily insisted with the services to the body. A tactic that obviously paid off.

“The key to success was keeping the service. I think we both served well, and it’s hard to come back against Caroline. At times, I felt like I was playing Russian roulette. She comes forward a lot, I also hold my backline, and it was a battle to see who could do it better. If you see his position on the court, the body serve is the most logical thing to do. I know how it feels, because I also stand very close to the baseline. It’s a little tactical, but you still have to make a good serve. We didn’t have many rallies, so it was all about staying mentally focused. »

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