A magical Grand Slam win for the Young lady: US Open
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14-Sep-2021

A magical Grand Slam win for the Young lady: US Open

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In one of the historic wins, Emma Raducanu won the US Open Tennis Finals for women’s singles. She is tennis- fresher from Great Britain and played extravagantly by not dropping even a single set.


Miss. Raducanu is just 18- years old, almost the same age as her opponent, the 19-year old Leylah Fernandez. She is a clear winner as she competed with several other ladies but didn’t lose her confidence throughout the game.


In fact, she created history by becoming the first-lady qualifier from Britain since 1977 to win a grand slam. She beat her opponent the young Fernandez in straight sets of 6-4, 6-3.


It wasn't a couple of months prior when Raducanu made her Women's Tennis Association (WTA) principal draw debut at the 2021 Nottingham Open in June, where she entered the competition as a wild card. Sometime thereafter, she made her fundamental draw Grand Slam debut at Wimbledon, again as a wild card. Raducanu made it right to the fourth round at Wimbledon, turning into the most youthful British lady to arrive at the last 16 in the Open Era.


A magical Grand Slam win for the Young lady: US Open

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The 2021 US Open was only her second professional Grand Slam, and she had never played a top 40 player until contending in New York. On Monday, Raducanu will ascend from No. 150 to No. 23 in the WTA rankings. She is also the first women player to win the US Open, without losing any set, since Serena Williams.


For the pair of youths, the final was reflective of every one of their US Open competitions with Fernandez battling from behind, ready to change likewise progressively and Raducanu holding tight to control of the match, keeping her poise and accuracy on each shot.


Indeed, another women's singles Grand Slam competition has featured the profundity in women's tennis right now.


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