– Alison Van Uytvanck (WTA 61), had on Wednesday with back pain, the struggle, cease to be in the quarter-finals of the doubles at the WTA tournament in Tashkent (Uzbekistan), but moved up to Thursday, nevertheless, to the semi-finals of the singles. “I’m very satisfied,” said the 25-year-old, Flemish-Brabant, and after her 6-2, 6-4 win against Frenchwoman Pauline Parmentier (WTA 127).

“I had some back pain and cramping, but it went in. A sore throat, I have also been with us, but we will survive it. At cottage pie, I have a good part to have. It has not started well in the second set, she offered solid resistance. I’m in the game to continue to bite, and was able to make my own level, are also stayed, in a two-set win. With aggressive play, without any unnecessary risk-taking. In-built in some safety in that. Also, I brought a lot of variety in my store, and that helped.”

in order To have a place in the final Of Uytvanck on Friday against Czech Kristyna Pliskova (WTA-80), sister of world’s number one Karolina Pliskova. “She is the sister of Karolina, but do not have the same shape. It stores well, and is left-handed, which is always more difficult to make. It will be like to come into the rallies and to express their a lot of in a minute. I am very glad to know that I will be in the semi-final am, and all that it does is a bonus.”

Van Uytvanck, is the third seed, in the first two reekshoofden, the Slovakian Viktoria Kuzmova (WTA-56), and Russian Margarita Gasparyan (WTA-55), are already out of the tournament. “But that’s why I topfavoriete for his tournament win, it is a bit premature. The other person is not just by chance, in the semi-finals. I’m going to be the best of myself to give. If it is a winning one, that’s fine, but otherwise, I’m sure I’ll not regret it.”