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The compilations dropped the firsts ... loud surprises in the Australian Open

2020-01-24T07:58:43.665Z

Australian tennis player Ashley Partyy - ranked first in the world - continued her start in the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam (Grand Slam) this season, qualifying to the fourth round, while the American Serena Williams and the Danish Caroline Wozniacki, who won the title previously in the third round of the championship .



Australian tennis player Ashley Partyy - ranked first in the world - continued her start in the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam (Grand Slam) this season, qualifying to the fourth round, while the American Serena Williams and the Danish Caroline Wozniacki, who won the title previously in the third round of the championship .

Barty overcame the bad start in the match and clinched a valuable 6-3 6-2 victory over the Kazakh player Alina Rybakina (ranked 29) today, Friday, in the third round of the tournament.

Partyy dreams of becoming the first Australian player to win the women's singles title in the Australian Open since 1978.

Tunisian Ons Jaber defeated the famous Danish Caroline Wozniacki by defeating her today in the third round of the championship.

Ons presented a strong match and unexpected performance against former world number one Wozniacki, winner of the Australian Open title in 2018, and she beat 7-5 3-6 7-5 in an exciting match that lasted more than two hours.

Anas Jaber (left) defeated Wozniacki in the last Danish game before retiring (Getty Images)

Anas Jaber made a big surprise in the second round of the tournament, by defeating the 12th-seeded British Johanna Conta before the championship, followed by another surprise and defeating Wozniacki today.

The current championship was the last for Wozniacki before retiring, but she could not reach far in it.

This is the first time in her sporting career that Anas Jaber has reached the final price of one of the Grand Slam tournaments.

Chinese tennis player Qiang Wang blew up one of the championship surprises this season, when she toppled veteran American Serena Williams on Friday from the third round of the tournament.

Wang, ranked 27th in the tournament, postponed Serena's dream of achieving her 24th Grand Slam title and the equalizer of Margaret Court's record until further notice.

Wang qualified for the fourth round (Round of 16) by beating Serena, ranked eighth, 6-4, 6-7, 7-5.

It was the first time since 2006 that the 38-year-old Serena had failed to pass the third round of the Australian Open, which had won her title seven times earlier.

In the fourth round, Wang will meet Tunisian Anas Jaber.

Source: aljazeera

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