Guntur tennis player Yadlapalli Pranjala won her first enormous competition on Sunday when the 18-year-old got the $15,000 ITF Women’s singles title in Sharm El Sheik, Egypt with a drawing in 6-7 (0), 7-5, 6-4 influence Clerici Giada of Italy.
It was a tight match the detachment as players declined to offer a touch of space to each other. The fundamental set went to the sudden end round where Pranjala was altogether loosened.
In any case, the Indian kept battling vivaciously in the second set before taking it at 7-5. With the set scores leveled, Pranjala discovered her charm and started to pull away in the decider. She raised the stakes and picked appears at enormous concentrations take it at 6-4 and break into festivity.
Prior in the transfer round, Pranjala vanquished fourth seed Yashina Ekaterina of Russia 6-4, 6-4. In the quarterfinals, she crushed off top seed Mihalikova Terez of Slovakia 6-3, 7-6 (3). Mihalikova is 2015 Junior Australian Open victor and 2016 Junior Australian Open runner-up. In the past round, the Hyderabad young lady calmed eighth seed Sella Francesca of Italy 6-2, 6-0. The first round match too was a cakewalk, a 6-0, 6-2 walk around phenomenal case part Natascha Kennis of The Netherlands.
Pranjala did not have much fortunes in the duplicates in any case. She and extra Sri Vaishnavi Peddi Reddy lost to the third seeded Italian get-together of Clerici Giada and Sella Francesca 3-6, 6-3, (6-10) in the quarterfinals. In the first round, the Indians had beaten Adele Diana Biba and Agnes Ornella Biba of Cameroon 6-3, 6-0.
Pranjala, the guideline year degree understudy at St Mary’s College, had various individuals to thank manage Sanjay Kumar from the Sunjay Tennis Academy, wellbeing tutor N. Ramesh (Dronacharya awardee); Vijay from the Gym Apollo Wellness and her promoters Wilson and GVK Foundation. Promising Pranjala has been arranged No.1 in India U-18 class, No.15 in ITF Juniors.