Carlé won her first WTA 125 and qualified for Roland Garros

In the final of the WTA 125 in La Bisbal D’Empordá, the Argentine tennis player Lourdes Carlé won 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 against the local Rebeka Masarova and won her first title in the category, which allowed her to qualify for Roland Garros and advance 14 places in the ranking to occupy the 84th position. The tennis player from Daireaux beat her Spanish rival with a comeback that closed a perfect week. From the triumph, Carlé got the opportunity to participate in her first Roland Garros, which will take place next month, together with the other Argentine representative Nadia Podoroska.From the beginning of the tournament, Carlé knew how to overcome the obstacles that appeared in her way, and so she dispatched herself against the Czech Sara Bejlek (131st), the Andorran Victoria Jiménez Kasintseva (379th), Russia’s Oksana Selekhmeteva (840th) and Hungary’s Dalma Galfi (148th) with big wins. The feat in La Bisbal D’Empordá will mark a great change in the career of the Argentine tennis player, who next week will represent, along with Julia Riera, Martina Capurro Taborda, Julieta Estable and Luisina Giovannini, the Argentine team participating in the Billie Jean King in the American Zone I, which will face Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela. In a round-robin format, the top two teams will qualify for the playoffs in November. The Daireaux-born tennis player, who entered the final on Sunday ranked 98th in the WTA global rankings, achieved an important victory that will take her to 84th position in the next ranking update.

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