Jennifer Brady qualified for her first Grand Slam in the quarterfinals

Editorial (Thomas) – American Jennifer Brady showed a fearless performance by beating 2016 US Open champion Angelique Kerber 6-1 6-4 and qualifying for her first US Open Grand Slam quarterfinals. on Sunday.

Brady controlled the match from the start, opening the fight with at and make good use of it forehand terrifying way to take down Kerber’s defenses.

A double failure followed by two Kerber errors led to Brady breaking point to 2-1. From this position, the American did not give Kerber the chance to develop his game and win the set in 22 minutes.

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Time is over doctor because a problem in his left thigh in the second set didn’t stop Brady from holding both breaking point when he served 5-3.

He ended the game with a thunderous serve that Kerber returned, but left the field.

“(Kerber) is a great player, he makes him fight for every point,” said Brady, 25.

The tennis player, who won his first WTA title last month, continued: “I’m out, I know what I want to do and I’m very proud of myself.”

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Reporter: Jafar M Sidik
Publisher: Irwan Suhirwandi
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