Serena Williams wins again at US Open to advance to the third round
Serena Williams advances to the third round after winning at the US Open.
The New York Whatever Serena Williams wants to call “evolving” or “retiring” may be anxious about whether this US Open will mark the end of her playing days. This privilege is due to the 23 Grand Slam victories.
Who knows how long this goodbye will linger if she continues to act in such a silly manner?
Once Wednesday night, it’s crucial to remember that Williams, 40, is still alive and still a brilliant tennis player, regardless of what happens after her trip to Flushing Meadows is finished. As the adoring crowd’s roars once more filled Arthur Ashe Stadium, she proved she is capable, still winning, and hungry for more.
Williams defeated No. 2 seed Annette Kontavet 7-6 (4), 2-6, 6-2 in the second round of the US Open to ensure she would play at least one more singles match. This will be his last tournament. His wonderful career
During his on-court interview, Williams added with a smile, “I still have a little bit left in me.”
It’s what I do best, he declared. I am up for the challenge since I enjoy them.
Oops, does he ever? After defeating Danka Kovic, a player rated 80th, in straight sets on Monday at Flushing Meadows, she then defeated Kontavet on Wednesday for her 23rd victory in her previous 25 matches against a No. 1 or No. 2 seed. On Friday, the winner will compete for one prize. place in the fourth round.
Ajla Tomljanovic, a 29-year-old Australian player who is currently ranked 46th, will be her opponent. They never met.
Williams responded with a hearty laugh when asked how she was doing thus far: “Well, I’m an excellent player.”
He reached a top speed of 119 mph, remained alongside Kontavet during extended exchanges of powerful swings of the baselines, and contributed some of his flairs when it was most needed.
Williams went to the locker room for a brief break before the third set after winning the first set in a close contest but struggling in the second.
Someone had to wink, and something had to give.
When play resumed, Williams lifted his game and became the superior player.
Like he has done numerous times, on numerous platforms, with significant stakes.
“I’m just Serena. When she dropped the second set, Williams was sure to express everyone’s feelings when she said, “Oh, my goodness, I’d better do my best because this may happen.” Echoing said,” Pay no attention.
“I’m super competitive.” In all honesty, I just consider it a perk. She asserted, “I don’t have anything to prove,” which is undoubtedly accurate. I’ve never played like this since ’98. Since 1999, when she turned 17 and won her maiden Grand Slam title at the US Open, she has had an “X” on her back.
Williams returned to the tour at Wimbledon in late June, so any rust that might have developed during her nearly one-year absence from competition has vanished. She was 1-3 going into the 2022 US Open and lost to a player outside the top 100 in the opening round of the All England Club.
Williams also has doubles to play. Together, she and her sister Venus have won 14 major titles. Thursday night marks the start of the competition.
In her own right, the Estonian Kontavet, 26, is a power hitter, a style that has become popular in women’s tennis over the past 20 years thanks to the Compton, California, twins.
However, there is a significant qualification to Kontavet’s ranking: In 30 career appearances, he has only ever won one quarterfinal match at a Grand Slam tournament.
Perhaps, for this reason, Williams’ opponent was introduced only by his name, as Kovinic had been 48 hours earlier, and Kontavet excitedly cheered. On the other hand, Williams received the full treatment: a highlight film, a list of shoutouts, and many awards.
Kontact glanced up at a beaming Williams as the players gathered at the net for a coin toss and pre-game pictures. Williams turned around and looked right in the face.
Contact opened the match with the first five points and Williams the next five. And they went back and forth. Even mistakes made by Kontavet, which chair umpire Alison Hughes had urged the fans to boo in between serves, were applauded.
Williams was the one who would react to great strokes by shaking her head or clapping her racket, so if anything, Kontavet got more praise from her than anybody else.
When Kontavet fired a backhand long, Williams broke for a 5-4 lead, bringing the raucous crowd—including Williams’ husband, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian—to their feet. He leaped to the right, a few rows in front, where Venus and Tiger Woods were two seats apart, waving his arms in the direction.
But Williams briefly got lost when she had the chance to serve the set. a narrow forehead. a long backhand She dropped to one knee and threw a backhand into the net. It was now 5-all after a double fault.
At 3-3, the match entered a tiebreaker. “Let’s go, Serena!” was yelled. “Screamed” came out with rhythmic clapping. Williams quickly closed out the set with a 91 mph ace and a 101 mph service winner. just like old times.
To Kontaveit’s credit, she resisted the urge to give up and didn’t allow the disappointment of losing the set to linger.
Instead, over the course of the following 15 minutes, he made 10 winners and zero unforced errors as he sprinted to a 3-0 lead in the second. Serena Williams wins again
In the third, it was Williams who gained the upper hand, and she seemed to react enthusiastically to every point she won. After a swinging forehand volley winner put Williams a game away from victory, she raised both arms and pumped her left fist.
Five minutes later, one game was over, and his stay at the US Open could go ahead.
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