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Bianca Andreescu, a Canadian tennis player, became the champion of the US Open on September 7 in New York at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, Arthur Ash Stadium. It’s her first victory in the Grand Slam. In the decisive match, she defeated the American Serena Williams, the former first racket of the planet, with a score of 6:3, 7:5.
The duration of the match was 1 hour 41 minutes. Serena Williams played worse than the Canadian winner and had:
- 9 aces,
- 8 double errors,
- 3 realized break points out of 8.
Andreescu has already won twice in the WTA series of tournaments. Her previous best achievement in majors was getting into the second round at the Australian Open 2019 and at Roland Garros in 2019.
New top-100 WTA rating
The list of top-100 WTA tennis players is going to be updated immediately after the US Open – 2019 ends. 14 female tennis players will update the highest rating in their careers. So, what are the changes? So, according to it:
- US Open winner Bianca Andreescu will become the fifth racket of the world.
- Wang Qiang from China will rise to 12th place in the world classification.
- Donna Vekic from Croatia will be the 21st racket of the world.
- The top 30 will include Maria Sakkari (number 28) from Greece and Dayana Yastremskaya (number 30) from Ukraine.
- Alison Riske from the USA will become the 34th racket of the world.
- Ekaterina Alexandrova from Russia will become the 39th
- Other changes include Magda Lynette (number 45) from Poland, Veronika Kudermetova (number 48) from Russia, Ons Jabeur from Tunisia (number 51), Fiona Ferro from France (number 61), Anna Blinkova from Russia (number 79), Paula Bados from Spain (number 88) and Kristie Ahn from the USA (number 93), who will debut in the top 100 female tennis players.
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