Serena Williams as well as Venus Williams took on Arthur Ashe Stadium at the Bille Jean King Tennis Center during a doubles match with Czech tennis players. Lucy Gradecka and Linda Noskovabut the youth of their rivals was too great for the 40-year-old sisters in the first round of doubles at US Open.
The first set was very even in the first 12 games, there were no breaks on either side, until the tie-break, but the American sisters, the winners 22 double tournamentsfell 7-5, causing absolute silence from the 23,000 people who filled the stadium.
The Williams sisters were completely outclassed
sisters Serena and Venus sat on their bench to talk about what happened in the set they lost in a tiebreak and rushed onto the court in a refreshed mood with Serena carrying the sister duo.
But everything went uphill for the locals, and just on their first serve (Venus) they hit the serve and immediately lost 0-2 and the older sister made many mistakes to get into the net when Serena was already in the same one.
With the score 3:2 in favor of the Czechs, Serena played Hradecka’s serve and they had a chance to break, but the Europeans managed to keep their serve and the fight continued with break in favor of the Czechs.
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Fans on Arthur Ash went crazy with the excitement supporting Serena and Venus, but the sisters still struggled to come out from behind, although they found light on the way in the seventh game of the second set.
With Noskova serving and Venus coming back, Hradecka kicked the ball into the net and the break was given to the USA and now it was time to confirm the break. After four doubles, Venus Williams’ serve with Arthur Ashe has turned into a madhouse of excitement for the locals.
It was on Serena Williams serve the match ended there, and the second set ended with a score of 6:4 in favor of the Czechs Hradecka and Noskova, who were far superior to Arthur Ashe.
Thus ends Serena Williams’ career in doubles, but show continues tomorrow the youngest Williams in the third round in singles.