Andreescu shocked S.Williams, first ever Grand Slam title win - Sports history

Breaking

Home Top Ad

Responsive Ads Here

Post Top Ad

Responsive Ads Here

Sunday, September 8, 2019

Andreescu shocked S.Williams, first ever Grand Slam title win

Bianca Andreescu beats Serena Williams to win US Open 2019 title.




Canadian 15th seed, first Canadian Teenager Bianca Andreescu stunned Serena Williams in a gripping US Open final to claim a first Grand Slam title and deny the American a 24th major title.

Williams, did not cope with the 19-year-old's quality in a 6-3 7-5 loss.

Bianca Andreescu couldn’t get through qualification in US Open 2018 and finished 2018 ranked No. 178. Still, she held on to her belief, and kept up with the visualization techniques she’s been using since she won the Orange Bowl 18s, a major junior tournament, a few years ago.




Bianca Andreescu beats Serena Williams to win US Open 2019 title.





37-year-old Williams, the oldest finalist in the Open era. Williams’ serve is the most dangerous weapon in the sport. She’d lost three service games the whole tournament – winning 51 of 54 – before Andreescu broke her six times in the final.


Bianca Andreescu reacts after maiden title win.

"This year has been a dream come true," Andreescu told the crowd.
"I am beyond grateful and truly blessed. I've worked really hard for this moment. To play on this stage against Serena - a true legend of the sport - is amazing."
 "I definitely had to overcome the crowd. I knew you guys wanted Serena to win," a smiling Andreescu said in her on-court victory speech.
 "Obviously it was expected for Serena to fight back, but I tried my best to block everything out. I'm glad how I managed to do that."




Serena Williams reacts after losing the 24th Slam title


 "Bianca played an unbelievable match," Williams said. "I'm so proud and happy for you, it was incredible tennis out there."

 "I was just fighting at that point [at 5-1 down in the second set], trying to stay out there a little bit longer. The fans started cheering so hard and it made me feel better and fight a bit more," Williams said.

 "Bianca played an unbelievable match. If anyone could win this, outside of [sister] Venus, I'm happy it's Bianca."






first ever candian Bianca Andreescu to make history to beats 23th slam champion Serena Williams to win US Open 2019 title



No comments:

Post a Comment

Post Bottom Ad

Responsive Ads Here