Wonderful team from Europe! Led 0-4 after the first foursomes on Friday, the players of the Old Continent have managed to get back in the match over the sessions, these last two days.
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At the end of Saturday afternoon's fourballs, thanks to three victories from the duos Hull-Maguire, Sägstrom-Pederson and Ciganda-Grant, the Europeans came back to tie the score: 8-8. This Sunday, the singles will be decisive on the course of Finca Cortesin, Spain, from 11:10 a.m. local time.
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Captains Suzann Petersen and Stacy Lewis have announced their respective teams and the matches will be as follows: Linn Grant-Megan Khang (11:10), Leona Maguire-Rose Zhang (11:22), Charley Hull-Danielle Kang (11:34), Anna Nordqvist-Jennifer Kupcho (11:46), Georgia Hall-Andrea Lee (11:58), Gemma Dryburgh-Cheyenne Knight (12:10), Céline Boutier-Angel Yin (12:22), Caroline Hedwall-Ally Ewing (12:34), Madeleine Sägstrom-Lilia Vu (12:46), Maja Stark-Allisen Corpuz (12:58), Carlota Ciganda-Nelly Korda (13:10 p.m.), Emily Pedersen-Lexi Thompson (13:22 p.m.).
Beaten twice in foursomes during this edition, the French Céline Boutier (5th in the world) will try to bring her first point in 2023 against the American Angel Yin (24 years old), ranked 33rd in the world ranking.