Andreescu won the US Open for the first time

Bianca Andreescu from Canada made a big surprise when she beat Serena Williams. She earned the title of US Open for the first time in her career. In last year, Serena Williams lost to young tennis player Naomi Osaka in the US Open women’s singles finals. But in this year, finals American veteran lost to 19-year-old Canadian player Bianca Andreescu.

The US Open women’s singles final between Serena Williams and Bianca Andreescu was very dramatic. The match became attractive in the decision set. The former German had a break first in the fifth game when Andreescu made too many mistakes. It seemed that it would be the end of the young Canadian player but she was strong. She reclaimed it to 3 breaks and won 6-4.

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In the following match, the Williams sisters encountered many difficulties with Bianca Andreescu’s strong and determined fighting style.

The owner plays a role in limiting the mistakes of the defender, while promoting the serve for four consecutive games. The young player from Canada showed great form at the tournament on the way to the last match. The serve and the heavy forehand are the best weapons sport that Andreescu possesses. Kerber understood this very well but she could not resolve it.

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They perform after 1 hour 40 minutes of competition. This victory is helped Andreescu win the US Open championship on his first visit. Andreescu excelled in breaking the opening game and won 6-4 in set 1. However, Kerber’s bravery and defensive play proved to work in set 2 when she won 6-3 again. .

She was very grateful and felt very lucky. She has been practicing hard for the moment and I have nothing to complain. This year is a dream come true. Andreescu spoke about her motion after the historic title.

For Serena, this is the second consecutive year she lost in the US Open final and the fourth consecutive time she lost in the final of a Grand Slam. The last time Serena Williams won a Grand Slam tournament was at the 2017 Australian Open.