Second set: Swiatek 6-2, 1-0 Jabeur* (*denotes next server)
A hint of pressure for Svidek, who was forced to 30-all, then held deuce on his serve. But she replies with 12th and 13th winners to escape the clutch. Svidek missed more first serves in this game (three) than he did in the entire first set (two). It doesn’t matter.
Switek breaks in the eighth game of the first set!
First set: Sviatek 6-2 Jabir
Zabeer finds himself in trouble, going down at love-30 on his serve, then 15-40 and double set point. But Svidek only needs one as Jaber commits his eighth unforced error. After a brisk half-hour the world No. 1 took over.
First set: Swiatek 5-2 Jabeur* (*denotes next server)
Switek backs up the break with an uncomplicated serve and adds two winners to his tally. Today he has 19 out of 21 on his first serves.
Switek breaks in the sixth game of the first set!
First set: *Swiatek 4-2 Jabeur (*denotes next server)
Zabeer wins the first point of the service game but quickly goes down 15-40 and double break point. Zviadek squandered the first of them, but grabbed the second, noseing ahead for his ninth winner of the day (against seven unforced errors).
Zabir breaks in the fifth game of the first set!
First set: Swiatek 3-2 Jabeur* (*denotes next server)
Switek won the first point with a highlight-reel backhand volley winner at the net. But Zabir failed to answer the bell for today’s final, unable to win more than two points in the opening three games, with the second, third and fourth winners of the match at 15-40 and a double break point. Sviatek saves the first, but Jaber hits the second with a forehand winner. We’re back in service at the Opener!
First set: *Swiatek 3-1 Jabeur (*denotes next server)
Jaber needs a straight hold to settle this match. She gets to 40-love on a pair of unforced errors from Switek and a forehand winner at the net early in rallies, before double-faulting and misfiring on the baseline for 40-30. From there another Swiatek unforced error put her out and she was finally on the scoreboard.
First set: Swiatek 3-0 Jabeur* (*denotes next server)
Zviadek opened his second service game with a forehand winner before missing a backhand at 15-all to gift Jabir his second point of the afternoon. Zviadek followed with winners of his fourth and fifth, then sealed the hold with an 84 mph second serve that Zapier couldn’t play again.
Switek breaks in the second game of the first set!
First set: *Swiatek 2-0 Jabeur (*denotes next server)
A scratchy start for Jabir who didn’t go well to begin with. After a double fault at love-30, she gets back to love-40 and triple break point with a single fault from the base. The 5th seed followed up with an unforced error from baseline and was broken at Love in her opening service game. not good!
First set: Swiatek 1-0 Jabeur* (*denotes next server)
The world No. 1 and top seed won three quick points, including a 102 mph one in the middle. She misses a volley on her first net approach in the next stage, but immediately closes the pressureless hold with a crisp backhand winner to cap off a 15-stroke rally.
But enough of the juniors: it’s time to catch up on today’s feature. Michaela Bryan, daughter of former world No. 1 doubles player Bob Bryan, wowed the Arthur Ashe Stadium crowd with her performance of America the Beautiful. Swiatek and Jabeur have taken to the court to give their pre-match interviews.
They meet with chair referee Louis Engel, in which Jaber wins and chooses to return first. The players are now in warm-up. It’s a beautiful 82F (28C) sunny day at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. We must walk soon.
Carlos Algarz is not the only Spanish teenager making noise In New York. 16-year-old Martin Landaluz of Madrid stormed to the US Open men’s singles title with a 7-6 (3), 5-7, 6-2 victory over Belgium’s Gilles Arnaud Baillie. 11 in court.
The fifth seed missed a golden opportunity to serve for the championship in the second set, allowing second-seeded Bailey to tie it on her serve at 5-5, 15-40. But she broke the Belgian in her first two service games and crossed the finish line after 2 hours and 13 minutes.
Landaluz’s win made it the juniors from the Rafael Nadal Academy at this year’s US Open. Alex is training at Ella, a Mallorca club. She won the women’s title earlier todayFirst Filipino to win any major singles championship.
The 21-year-old Zviadek is the first No. 1 player to reach the US Open women’s final since Serena Williams in 2014.. She is also the first woman since Serena a year ago to reach the Roland Garros and US Open finals in the same season. This is her third Grand Slam final, having previously won the French Open titles in 2020 and 2022.
Jabir became the first woman since Serena in 2019 to reach the finals of both Wimbledon and the US Open in the same season. The 28-year-old Tunisian winner is one of only four African women in history to reach a major final. Open period. The other three are South Africa’s Irene Peacock (1927 Roland Garros), Renee Schuurmann (1959 Australian Open) and Sandra Reynolds (1960 Wimbledon), each a finalist.
Welcome to Flushing Meadows for today’s US Open Women’s Final. Today we have the pacer of the match between two of the best players in the world: Every SwiatekWorld No. 1 and top-seeded Pole and Wimbledon runner-up and Madrid champion Ones Jaber, who has already won six titles this year, will reach a total of five finals in 2022.
By our Dumaini Karai There’s more to the stylistic matchup In hand:
They play different styles, but one common quality is that they have developed varied, consistent games that give them a variety of options, making them more consistent and reliable than their opponents. Both challengers came out on top with an all-out attack on Thursday as Svidek and Jaber faced Arina Sabalenka and Caroline Garcia in their respective semifinals. While Garcia and Sabalenka led 4-2 early in the third set, neither could recover.
Swiatek is one of the best athletes in the world and has some of the most devastating weapons from the floor, and he’s finding that balance again. Jabir, meanwhile, is blessed with a complete game and a wide range of shots. She can smother opponents with her serve and forehand, slice them, pepper them with drop shots, and she’s improved her physicality tremendously.
In the past, Jaber had so many options that it was overwhelming. She often struggled to make the right choices on the court. But she is now slowly learning how to use them, adjust in matches and when to be disciplined and play with instincts. “When I talk to my coach before matches, I feel now that I can do whatever I can do on the court, which surprises me and surprises me many times,” the 28-year-old said. -One year old.
Players should be on court for more than half an hour. A lot more will come between now and then.
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