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‘Tennis Queen’ Sabalenka Dances Towards the Sky

‘Tennis Queen’ Sabalenka Dances Towards the Sky
Dad, Are you Watching?”… ‘Tennis Queen’ Sabalenka Dances Towards the Sky

Second consecutive win in Australian Open tennis women's singles.

Wins in a no-loss set, wins China's Jeong Chin-won 2-0 in the final, meets Goff in the semifinals, avenges US' upset loss, "I'll win two majors before I'm 25" I kept my promise to my late father.

Last September, after the women's singles final at the US Open tennis tournament, there was a small commotion in the locker room.

Arina Sabalenka (26, Belarus, No. 2), who lost 1-2 to Koko Goff (20, USA, No. 4 in the world), smashed her racket on the floor, breaking it, and threw it in her trash can. will be. 카지노사이트

Although this scene was not shown on TV, it was released through social media, and Sabalenka's strong competitive spirit became a hot topic among tennis fans.

This time, Sabalenka held her trophy in her arms and danced happily.

This is because she won the Australian Open women's singles, her first major tournament this year, and succeeded in winning the tournament for the second time in a row.

Sabalenka reached the top by defeating Zheng Qinwen (22, China, 15th) 2-0 in the women's singles final of the tournament held at Melbourne Park, Australia on the 27th (local time).

It took just 1 hour and 16 minutes to secure her second consecutive victory in the competition.

Throughout the game on this day, Sabalenka dominated Chung Chin-won.

Sabalenka broke her opponent's serve right at the start of the first set and won three games down.

He easily won the first set 6-3 and led the game in the second set.

During the game, he did not record a single double fault and did not allow his opponent to break.

Jeong Chin-won was shaken by the overwhelming difference in performance.

He made three double faults in the first serve game of the second set.

Even the loud cheering of Chinese fans who filled the stadium could not change the mood.

On this day, Jeong Chin-won committed 6 double faults and his first serve success rate was only 53%.

A flawless victory without giving up a single set out of 7 games.

In the semifinals, he beat Goff 2-0, avenging his upset defeat at last year's US Open.

“I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for my father who passed away four years ago,” Sabalenka said after winning.

His father, Sergei, gave Sabalenka a tennis racket when he was 6 years old and set him on the path to becoming a player.

A former ice hockey player, he is said to have desperately hoped for his daughter to win a major tournament and become ranked No. 1 in the world.

Sergei passed away suddenly in 2019 at the young age of early 40s.

Sabalenka, who was ranked 12th in the world at the time, is said to have promised to his father that he would “win two major championships before I turn 25.”

He fulfilled half of his promise by winning his first major title at the Australian Open last year, and completed the other half by winning this tournament.

For him, who was born on May 5, 1998, this was his last major tournament at the age of 25.

Sabalenka expressed her strong will to continue winning major tournaments in the future.

He said, “Actually, in the past, I couldn’t understand seeing a player who had won a major championship crying after winning another major trophy,” and “But today, after winning my second championship, I understand how they feel.”

The explanation is, “We still desperately want to win and have to do our best for it, but the expectations from those around us are high, so there is a lot of pressure.”

“I don’t want to become a player who wins a major tournament once and then disappears,” he said.

“Winning more majors in the future is an important task.”

Arina Sabalenka has a tattoo of a roaring tiger on her arm.

His explosive power like a tiger is his strength, but his severe ups and downs are considered a fatal weakness.

When faced with a crisis during a game, he often self-destructed by committing double faults.

However, in this competition, many of these ups and downs were overcome.

They faced Goff in the semifinals and took a comfortable lead, but then lost 3 games and faced a crisis where they had to go to a tie-break.

Still, they won the tiebreak 7-2 and secured a ticket to the finals.

“At that time, I was really depressed and crazy,” he confessed, referring to the incident where he broke his racket right after the US Open last year.

“You can’t win big without losing hard times,” he said.

“Now, I don’t go crazy if I don’t score on my serve or if someone breaks my serve game.

“I have faith that I can fight no matter what happens,” he said emphatically.
‘Tennis Queen’ Sabalenka Dances Towards the Sky

‘Tennis Queen’ Sabalenka Dances Towards the Sky


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