Andreescu wins the US Open 2019 (Part 2)

Andreescu entered game 11 with heavy pressure but had three good serves to lead 40-15. Serena’s backhand error helped Canadian juniors win the game and lead 6-5. Andreescu screamed again and entered Serena’s final game with a lot of hope.

Young Canadian talent won the first point after the outward finishing phase of the upperclassman, before handing over the winner and leading Serena 30-15 in game 12. Serena hit backhand out the next point, after the situation The ball hits the net. Andreescu has two more match-points, and this time, the Canadian player decided to match the match neatly. From Serena’s second serve, Andreescu returned the winner to win 6-3, 7-5 and win the championship.

Overall, Andreescu’s youth is still more prominent than Serena’s experience. Canadian players move better than their senior, more stable shot in the series of durable balls and make fewer mistakes. Andreescu has 17 winners and 19 self-defeating errors, while Serena has 33 winners and 33 self-fouls. The eight errors which come from bad serves. In the second set, it was the double faults that were the main cause of Serena’s dismay and the rapid loss of games leading the set.

Andreescu, after winning the battle, sobbed in happiness. The 19-year-old girl is the first Canadian player in the history of winning the Grand Slam. Andreescu is also the first person to be crowned in the US Open for the first time attending. She won all eight times against the top 10 players. Andreescu himself will rise to fifth on the updated WTA score table next week.

Serena could not hide her sadness of failure. The 37-year-old aspires to champion to keep up with Margaret Court’s 24 Grand Slam, but has yet to do so. After giving birth, Serena returned to competition and reached the final of four Grand Slams. She failed twice in Wimbledon and also lost in the US Open in the last two years.

“Bianca Andreescu played an incredible game,” Serena commented. “We played great tennis here today. I wish we could play better.”