London — France Harmony Tan continued her stellar Wimbledon debut on Saturday, booking a spot for her maiden's fourth round at the Grand Slam and crushing Briton Katie Vaulter 6-1 6-1 in just 51 minutes.
It's not a fluke that 24-year-old Tan won a thrilling victory over seven Wimbledon champions Serena Williams in the opening round, but her first tour-level win in three consecutive games. Proved. Career.
"No, I don't believe it yet. If you sleep a little, you may believe it tomorrow, but that's great," Tan said in court.
"I think I like grass. I don't play on this court, but I'm really happy because I like to play everything in the game, including slices and volleys.
"The first round with Serena was really moving. After playing each match, it was really good tennis today."
Home on Court 2 Despite partisan support from the cloud, Vaulter was unable to resist Tan's versatility and excellent court coverage, and world number 118 helped her purpose by committing 21 unforced errors. did not.
After defeating Vaulter's serve twice, Tan sent three aces in his fourth service game and in 27 minutes put the opening set in his bag.
The 115th French woman secured another early break in the second set, missed the "Twiner" trick shot and defeated the vault again, and sealed the one-sided contest in the third break. Did.
Tan with a big smile not only glanced at her delivery, but also hit her slice perfectly to open the court and against just five unforced errors. Hit 16 winners.
She then meets one of two Americans, Koko Gauf or Amanda Anishimova, to compete in the quarterfinals. (Report by Sudipto Ganguly, edited by Ed Osmond)