Barty marches on after coughing up big leads
Ash Barty will be expecting more of herself after she was pushed to a third-set tie-break by American underdog Shelby Rogers at the Yarra Valley Classic.Barty eventually sailed away with the victory 7-5 2-6 10-4(TB), however, it was less than ideal after she coughed up some big leads early in the match to be caught […]

Ash Barty will be expecting more of herself after she was pushed to a third-set tie-break by American underdog Shelby Rogers at the Yarra Valley Classic.Barty eventually sailed away with the victory 7-5 2-6 10-4(TB), however, it was less than ideal after she coughed up some big leads early in the match to be caught up by her opponent.Leading 5-2 in the first, Barty failed to close out the set on numerous occasions, pushed to 7-5.Ash Barty. (Getty) (Getty)She was then rolled in the second 6-2, before regrouping for a dominant display in the tie-break.Although the Aussie never looked out of her depth, it's hiccups like those she'll want out of her game come Monday's grand slam."It was not straight forward but the World No.1 figures out a way," commentator Nick McCarvel said in commentary.The win sees Barty into the semi-finals, where she'll meet either 23-time grand slam winner Serena Williams or 13th-seeded Danielle Collins, who were meeting in an all-American quarterfinal.Ashleigh Barty of Australia celebrates victory in her match against Shelby Rogers of the United States. (Getty)"It was a tricky one obviously, when the roof shuts here the conditions get quite sterile," Barty said following the win."I thought I did well to hang in there at times but Shelby was able to hit me off the caught at other times."There were certainly some challenges today but I was happy to click into gear and find a way in that third set."
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