Great day of tennis with the semifinals of the singles draw and the winners in the doubles competition.


  • Saturday was a sensational day of tennis where the finalists in the singles, the reigning champion, the French Ponchet and the Ukrainian Snigur, were decided.
  • In doubles, the favorites from Great Britain have managed to win the final and therefore become the champions of the tournament.


Vitoria-Gasteiz, July 22nd, 2023.– On the penultimate day of the ARABA WORLD TENNIS TOUR FEMENINO Open Grupo Amutio held at the Peña Vitoriana Tennis Club, the semifinals of the singles competition and the final of the doubles have been held.

After semifinals full of intensity and spectacle, the 2022 tournament champion, French Jessika Ponchet, and the young Ukrainian Daria Snigur have qualified for the final of the singles draw, and will face each other in a final that promises to be very disputed and entertaining. After meeting again after the semifinals of this tournament in 2022, Ponchet has managed to beat the young Filipino promise of the Rafa Nadal Academy, Alexandra Eala in 3 sets, and will seek to defend the title tomorrow becoming the first two-time champion of the tournament. Snigur, on the other hand, has managed to dominate her match from start to finish and tomorrow she is assured of her presence in her third ITF 100 final, where she has already won the title (Dubai 2021).

In the doubles draw, after an exciting final, the top seeds, the British Olivia Nicholls and Alicia Barnett, have managed to win the doubles competition after defeating the couple that gave the surprise in the previous round, the French Estelle Cascino and the Latvian Diana Marcinkevica. The British have dominated the final based on their experience against the rival players, who were debuting as a couple in a tournament.

It is worth mentioning the good atmosphere in the Peña Vitoriana in the singles semifinals and the doubles final where a dedicated audience enjoyed a great level of international tennis.

The final between Ponchet and Snigur can be watched tomorrow Sunday at 12h by the public of Vitoria for free at the Peña Vitoriana. In addition, it will be broadcast live through the Movistar Ellas signal, and through the YouTube channel of the sports newspaper Marca.