Martina Trevisan explains the key to the comeback

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Indian Wells, Martina Trevisan happy with third-round landing

Martina Trevisan keeps the Italian flag flying high in Indian Wells and, after a comeback victory (5-7, 6-1, 6-2) against U.S. Madison Brengle, lands in the third round of the Masters 1000 on the California cement, the only Italian to do so in this edition.

On the sidelines of the match, the 29-year-old explained the key to the comeback: “I tried above all to change the game on the forehand,” she said, “I understood that my opponent was going to have difficulties when I tried, in the second and third sets, to go more on the forehand. It went well in the end. I am also happy because I fought on all points, it was a good match.”

A thought, then, about her next opponent, Karolina Muchova, who surprisingly beat Victoria Azarenka: “She plays very well and serves especially very well. I played her two weeks ago, that match will serve me a lot to understand what to do differently. Together with my team we will try to identify the weak points: however, at this point of the tournament, the opponents are all strong, I have to give my best and enjoy this experience.”

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