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No. 1 Barty upset in Australian quarterfinals by Muchova

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) – Top-ranked Ash Barty constructed a giant lead in her quarterfinal match on the Australian Open earlier than her opponent took a medical timeout and left the courtroom.

More than an hour later, it was Barty heading abruptly by the exit. She was upset Wednesday by Karolina Muchova, 1-6, 6-3, 6-2.

Seeded No. 25, Muchova earned her first semifinal berth in a Grand Slam. Her comeback win ended Barty’s bid to develop into the primary Australian lady to win the title in Melbourne since Chris O’Neil in 1978.

“It’s heartbreaking, of course,” Barty mentioned. “But the sun will come up tomorrow. You’re either winning or you’re learning, and today is a massive learning curve for me.”

Muchova’s opponent Thursday would be the winner of the final quarterfinal, an all-American matchup between No. 22-seeded Jennifer Brady and unseeded Jessica Pegula.

Muchova performed poorly initially of her second main quarterfinal, and Barty raced to a 5-0 lead whereas shedding solely six factors. After 9 video games, Muchova had one winner and 18 unforced errors, and early in the second set, she took a medical timeout that lasted almost 10 minutes.

“I started feeling a bit lost,” Muchova mentioned. “Ash started very good. She played almost like no mistakes; it was very tough. I was a bit lost on the court and my head was spinning, so I took a break. And it helped me.”

Medical personnel took her temperature, checked her blood strain and gave her ice earlier than she left the courtroom. When the Czech returned, she performed significantly better.

“I tried to play a bit faster rallies so we don’t play long ones as in the first set,” Muchova mentioned, “and it worked well.”

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