Tomlyanovich, seeded second, won 6-2 6-1 over her Spanish rival in Rabat on Sunday, kicking off her bid to finish second in the 2018 tournament.
The 44th world number, beaten by Australian Ashley Barty in the Wimbledon quarter-final after last year’s victory over Emma Raducanu in London, awaits a potential meeting with 16-year-old Croatian Petra Martinka, who shocked Rebecca at number nine. Peterson claims victory in three sets.
The Australian Open champion among girls and the first first racket of the world among juniors won a great victory over the Swede with a score of 6-0 2-6 7-5 and became his first triumph in the top 100 in his career.
At the same time at the “International” in Strasbourg Lynette, who reached the 1/8 finals, reached the 1/8 finals with Varvara Gracheva with a score of 6-3 and 6-0, under the eighth number “sowed” Lynette.
Elsewhere, Harmony Tang defeated Australia’s Samantha Stosur 6-2 6-1 to set up a potential 1/8 final match with Shuai Zhang, who faces Belgium’s Marina Zanevska on Monday.