McKinney-based wins Wimbledon girls' title, becomes 2nd American to win in 30 years
ByFunAsia 10 Jul 2022 09:52 AM 103
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The 16-year-old Texas tennis star turned into the second American in 30 years to come out on top for the Wimbledon girls’ singles championship.
A 16-year-old Texan is leaving her imprint abroad, bringing back a title on a marquee tennis occasion.
Liv Hovde of McKinney came out on top for the Wimbledon young ladies' championship on Saturday after beating Luca Udvardy of Hungary 6-3, 6-4 on No. 1 Court. With success, Hovde turns into the main the second American young lady to come out on top for the championship at the All-England Club over the most recent 30 years.
Claire Liu was the other American who came out on top for the championship in 2017.
Hovde entered the Wimbledon young ladies' singles competition as the No. 1 player in the field.
Hovde's excursion to the last almost finished in the Round of 16 on Wednesday against No. 13 positioned player Kayla Cross. Hovde lost the primary set to cross, 6-4, yet returned to win the second and third sets (7-5, 6-4).

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