New York, USA coconut Gauff overcame a lukewarm start to win for the first time in the tournament. grand slamAt the age of 19, he won the U.S. Open Championship.
The native beat Belarusian Sabalenka 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 to win the country’s biggest tennis tournament and whip up a frenzy from the public, who were rooting for her from start to finish come on.
Gauff, who was born in Florida, is the first American teenager to win a major title in her home country since Serena Williams was crowned in 1999. If the last Open was a farewell to Williams, who played for the last time, then the Opens in the past two weeks are a farewell to Williams. Gauff expressed a warm welcome to the New York trip.
It was a win that has been expected of Gauff since she entered the game at 15, becoming the youngest player in history to qualify for Wimbledon and advancing to the fourth round on her debut in 2019. .
He reached the final for the first time main Last year’s French Open, but lost the game. Now, he has lifted the most important trophy of his career. It was her 12th win since a first-round exit at Wimbledon in July, taking her to 18 of her last 19 matches.
Gauff (the sixth seed) achieved that goal yesterday, holding up nearly every shot against the power displayed by Sabalenka. He eventually got used to the bombing and dealt with hit after hit.
He seized his first break opportunity at the start of the third set and chased down every ball until he hit a volley, raising his fist in celebration and shouting “Let’s go!”
Soon, the American team took a 4-0 lead in this quarter. At 4-1, Sabalenka asked for a break to get a leg massage. Goff held on for several minutes after a timeout rather than the 50 he lost in the semifinals to protest climate change. He kept up the pace by practicing some serves.
When the game resumed, Sabalenka broke serve and led 4-2. But Gauff soon got a break of his own and quickly secured victory.
When he secured the ball, he fell back onto the court. He then climbed into the stands to meet his parents and other relatives and hugged them.
“You did it!” his mother told him in tears.