Bianca Andreescu marked the history in U.S Open Final
Andreescu, 205 ranked of last year, faced the former no. 1 Serena Williams on Saturday at 4: OO in Arthur Ashe Stadium in U.S Open Final. The match was quite interesting as the 8th time ranked no. 1 Serena Williams faced the Andreescu, who was not born when Williams won her first title. Match consist of two half, as Andreescu knocked out Williams in both of the halves. The statistics of match are 6-3, 7-5.
Williams tried her best to knock out the young talent and to win his 24th title which makes her equivalent to Margaret Court, in title-winning numbers but all in vain and Andreescu got the cup. Serena Williams won her first grand slam singles title on the same ground, where Andreescu defeated her, at the age of 17 in 1999 at the United States Open, on Saturday.
Both of the players were confident and hoped for a good competition and wished best of the luck to their opponent.
Williams, while talking about the young talent, said that “Andreescu is a great player, She mixes things up. She moves well, serves well and has a ton of power. You never know what is going to come from her. She is very exciting to watch.”
Bianca Andreescu: Rising young talent
Bianca Andreescu marked the history in U.S Open Final. Andreescu, Canadian National, beat Bencic, Swedish National, to qualify for Final on Thursday night. She has been contemplating for the last 7 years that she will face Williams or Halep if she would get a chance to play the final. A 19-year-old star was inspired by Kim Clijsters, who had a great game full of variation similar to the young talent, Andreescu. Moreover, Simona Halep also attracted her. She is also observing the game style of former no.1, Williams, from a while. She won Orange bowl junior title in 2015. Last year, she lost in the first round of U.S. Open but She had narked the history this time.
While remembering that period she said that time was quite difficult and she had faced many problems. But with the help of her coach and her team, she has taken flight in 2019. she had the nerve to face Williams in Arthur Ashe Stadium? She had the weapons, maturity, and moxie to potentially that made this final a terrific match
Consecutive Defeats to Williams
Serena Williams coming back after giving birth to a daughter in 2017, has lost 4 major single final matches and she is still far from 1 victory to match Courts’ number of winning the title. She was in pressure as she has lost 3 major finals from the last 2 years.
Age Gap of Generation
Tennis has witnessed many competition where there was an age difference between the opponents. Rafael and Rogers were also an example of this. Final Match of U.S Open 1991 final between Martina and Navratilova has also witnessed the great age difference of 17 years.
Similarly, last year the gap was 16 in the final match of U.S Open which was held between the Williams and Osaka, match was won by Osaka. But here we see the greatest gap in the history women tennis final.
Andreescu was not even born when Williams won her first title. Williams is turning in to 38 in this month and Andreescu has celebrated his 19th in June. It will be the biggest gap that the viewer will witness in the final. It is a gap of more than 18 and a half year.
Tennis Year of Young stars
Andreescu is not the only one to mark the tennis calendar. Marketa Vondrousova, 19 yrs Czech Republic National, is the runner up of this French Open final. In the same tournament Amanda Anisimova, a 17 yrs American National, was the runner of the semifinal. Young Tennis Star has a great impact in this year which shows a bright future of Tennis.
Yet the day has arrived, the courageous star faced their opponents in the match. Its is the undeniable fact that fate decided the winner. Confident, active and the player with advanced skill, Bianca Andreescu, dominated her opponent. Will Williams achieve the milestone of 24 titles victory? Will Andreescu continue the journey of success? Let’s wait and watch what will happen to find out the answers to these questions. Good Luck to both Players.