19-year-old Bianca Andreescu beat Serena Williams 6-3, 7-5 in the women’s singles finals, September 7.
Andreescu, in her first Grand Slam final, played with great confidence and was rewarded with a victory over the player six times to win the tournament. But Serena is not a supporting character in the final on September 7. The 37-year-old did not play well in the set one and the first half set two but fought to the final score to create an emotional ending.
When 3-6, 1-5, Serena saved the match-point by returning the line along the winning scoring line. The US player then won the game with a heavy blow that made Andreescu unable to fight back.
In the next game, Serena served the first two points well and led 30-0. The owner of 23 Grand Slam has good psychological momentum and continues to attack hard, keep the game delivered and shorten the score to 3-5. The audience in New York all at once stood up and applauded for Serena’s indomitable spirit.
Andreescu once again serves the ball to determine the match. But the Canadian player had a bad start in the ninth game of the second set, having failed two consecutive backhand shots. In it, the second left shot but nearly hit Serena, causing the Williams sisters to jump to avoid the ball. Serena’s comedic dances stir the atmosphere in the stands.
The huge pressure from Serena as well as from the audience at the Arthur Ashe yard made Andreescu unable to keep the game. Serena excitedly scored a backhand winner before Andreescu broke her forehand. The 19-year-old lost the game at hand and let Serena shorten the score to 4-5.
During the transition phase of the game, Serena’s ability to keep the game depends heavily on serve. The US player scored two ace points and made two double errors in the first four serves in game 10. In the fifth and sixth situations in the game, Andreescu hit the backhand from the high two-serve serves of the keyboard. sister. The ratio is 5-5 in an unexpected way.