The Brazilian Cátia Cristina Oliveira lost in women’s table tennis, classes 1 and 2, to Polish Dorota Buclaw by the score of 3 sets a 1. At dawn on Thursday (26), São Paulo won the first stage playing well, but ended up suffering the turn to a very cold opponent, who showed calm throughout the match. In the other partials the Brazilian wavered, making mistakes and recovering in some moments, but not enough to win them.
in the first set, Cátia managed to turn an adverse score of 3-1 and came to open an advantage of three points. With good withdrawals and firm returns, the Brazilian closed the first set 11 to 8. The second stage was more balanced, especially in the final stretch. The Pole came out ahead once again and maintained the advantage by two points until the final stretch. Cátia tied for 9 to 9 and made it to 10 to 9. However, the Polish tied immediately and made it to 11 to 10. Then, she closed the victory by 12 to 10.
Dorota took the lead once more in the third set. Noticing the drop in performance of Cátia, the coach of the Brazilian asked for time and spoke with the athlete, asking for tranquility to return to the game. The São Paulo native came to touch the scoreboard, but it wasn’t enough. Dorota won 11-9 and turned the game around.
Cátia showed more emotions during the game, including her displeasure with some mistakes, and vibrated with each point won, different from the Polish one. Dorota was cooler and kept a neutral expression for most of the match. In the bedroom set, the European managed well the advantage obtained in the first points until the final stretch. The Brazilian managed to get a draw in the end, but her opponent kept the balance and managed to close the set by 12 to 10 and winning the match.
The result did not eliminate the Brazilian. As she had won in the first round, Cátia still has a chance of reaching the quarterfinals of the tournament. For this, it depends on a victory by Dorota over the Finnish Aino Tapola, already defeated by the Brazilian.
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