Agatha and Duda settled for another match in a tie-break at the World Tour Finals, a tournament that brings together the season’s best pairings on the World Tour, but they were unsuccessful this Saturday. Leading the world rankings, the Brazilians were trailed by German Borger and Süd in the quarter-finals by 2 sets to 1 – with partials of 21/16, 24/26 and 15/11 – and were fifth in Cagliari, Italy. .
The Brazilian pair had won their last three group stage games to reach the quarter-finals with a second place in Group B, after being defeated at the start of the competition by Canada’s Sara Pawan and Melissa Humana-Paredes.
Brazil has 12 medals in the history of World Tour Finals. In the first edition, in 2015, in Fort Lauderdale (United States), there were four medals: gold for Alison/Bruno Schmidt and Larissa/Talita and bronze for Pedro Solberg/Evandro and Agatha/Barbara Sixtus.
Toronto, Canada hosted the competition in 2016 with gold for Alison/Bruno Schmidt and silver for Pedro Solberg/Evandro. In 2017, the event took place in Hamburg, Germany, and Evandro/Andre won the silver medal in the men, the same result was followed by gatha/Duda in the women, who took third place by Larissa/Talita.
The German city received the final again in 2018, with the title of Agatha/Dudah. The most recent edition was in Rome, Italy in 2019, and Brazil took the women’s podium with Saga/Duda in second place and Ana Patricia/Rebecca in third.