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Iga Świątek vs Magdalena Fręch – two Polish top seeds of the BNP PARIBAS Poland Open will face each other in the 1st round.

It will be an undoubted celebration of tennis, though finished with only one winner. Ranking’s No. 1, Iga Świątek, will face Polish champion Magdalena Fręch (WTA 84) and it will be the only Polish clash of the 1st round. Martyna Kubka will play with Elisabetta Cocciaretto, Weronika Falkowska with Petra Martić and Maja Chwalińska’s opponent will emerge after the preliminaries. It is worth emphasising that Kubka, Falkowska and Chwalińska will play in the tournament thanks to the wild cards.

On the court, we will see, among others, an expert on the clay courts and six-times champion of Grand Slam doubles – Kristina Mladenovic. Four of these triumphs were achieved in the courts of Roland Garros. This year, she won there together with her countrywoman Caroline Garcia, who will also play in the BNP PARIBAS Poland Open! It was the 2nd success of Mladenovic and Garcia pair after their win in Paris in 2016. In BNP PARIBAS Poland Open, Mladenovic will face Anna Bondar, and Caroline Garcia will face Misaki Doi. Due to an injury, Yulia Putintseva has pulled out of the tournament last minute.

A storm and torrent disrupted the Saturday competition in the 1st round of the preliminaries. All four Polish players, who finished their matches, went out of the game. Weronika Baszak and Rebeka Masarova’s clash was suspended at a two-two tie in the 1st set. All three games scheduled on Saturday were moved to the next day.

The Sunday games will start at noon.

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It is worth emphasising that BNP PARIBAS Poland Open enjoys the great interest of the fans. The last tickets for the Public Zone and Silver and Gold passes are still available. Premium packages enabling entry to the Premium Zone with catering and access to places with the best court view can be purchased at

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We appeal to everyone on the Legia Tenis&Golf courts to take care of their health by taking proper headgear and remembering to stay hydrated. We also ask you to comply with the rules – do not use flash lamps, do not move around during the game, and mute your cell phones.

Limited parking spaces will be available for fans in the underground car park of the Legia stadium between 25 and 31 July, from 9.00 to 19.00. Entrance number 2 from the street Łazienkowska. The gross rate of PLN 30 for the full stop. You can pay for the parking ticket at the auto-pay machine right after entering. It will help us avoid queues at the exit.