In other news, YONEX’s junior players are showing impressive performance. Number nine seed Anhelina Kalinina (VCORE Xi 100, POLYTOUR SPIN) is through to the girls’ singles quarterfinal. She was up against the number seven seed, Aliona Bolsova Zadoinov, and won in straight sets—as she has done with all of her other matches thus far. She took the first set with little difficulty, and managed to overcome her opponent in the more challenging second set. The final score came to 6-3, 6-4. In girls’ doubles, Viktoria Kuzmova (VCORE Xi 100, POLYTOUR PRO 125) is through to the semifinals with her partner Kristina Schmiedlova.
These players are all making great strides in this year’s tournament using racquets strung with YONEX’s POLYTOUR strings. Manufactured in YONEX factories under finely-controlled conditions, YONEX strings are durable, offering repulsion you can count on. Also, YONEX strings boast high resilience, reducing players’ fatigue.
So whether you want a more solid feel with the POLYTOUR SPIN, or a more comfortable feel with the POLYTOUR PRO 125, you can count on YONEX’s strings to boost your performance on the court. We recently just opened a site about the YONEX Stringing Team, where you can learn all about the professionals that string our racquets, bringing out their true potential. Take a look at the site here.
Tournament Results [2014 US Open, Day 11]
Women’s Doubles [Semifinal]
Martina Hingis (EZONE Ai 100, POLYTOUR PRO 125, SHT-PRO)(SUI)/Flavia Pennetta (ITA) def. Cara Black (ZIM)/Sania Mirza (IND) 6-2 6-4
Girls’ Singles [Round 3]
Girls’ Doubles [Quarterfinal]