Serena Williams in US Open Quarterfinals, With No Crowd, Serena Williams Rallies Herself to Reach U.S. Open Quarterfinals, Her win over Maria Sakkari was her 100th at Arthur Ashe Stadium, the most of any player.
Serena Williams in US Open Quarterfinals, Despite the fact that Arthur Ashe Stadium was almost completely empty on a day that would ordinarily be a busy Labor Day vacation, there was no peace and quiet at the United States Open.
Serena Williams was her own chorus on Monday as she pushed herself to a victory over Maria Sakkari, 6-3, 6-7 (6), 6-3, in the fourth round of the U.S. Open. Serena Williams has been buoyed by the encouragement of thousands of loud spectators here throughout the years.
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Serena Williams in US Open Quarterfinals
Williams, who has been referring to herself in the third person maybe more than ever throughout this tournament, said, “I’m always going to bring that fire and that passion and that Serena to the court.”
She yelled as she gained points as well as when she lost them. She even made a loud noise as one of Sakkari’s initial serves hit the net at a vital juncture Serena Williams in US Open Quarterfinals.
Williams remarked after the match, “I don’t feel like I’m really different without a crowd, but I’m super passionate. “This is what I do. When I awake, I have this in mind. I prepare for this every day of the year.
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