Japanese Naomi Osaka has won the final of the Australian Open by force majeure, the first Grand Slam tournament of the tennis season. Article link https://www.news1.news/news/2021/02/osaka-beats-brady-to-win-australian-open.html
The 23-year-old beat the American Jennifer Brady in Melbourne 6-4 and 6-3. For Osaka, it was her second win in the Australian Open.
Only in the first set we got a match. Osaka did go through the service of the 27-year-old American early, but Brady provided an appropriate answer with a counterbreak. Article link https://www.news1.news/news/2021/02/osaka-beats-brady-to-win-australian-open.html
The quality of the game was not very high, but the tension remained. At 4-4 Brady even got another chance at a break, but the Japanese kept a cool head. Brady didn’t. Article link https://www.news1.news/news/2021/02/osaka-beats-brady-to-win-australian-open.html
The American was clearly impressed by her first final and gave the set in a gift box to her Japanese opponent.
Which turned out to be broken at Brady’s spring. Osaka served stable and immediately forced a double break: 4-0. Brady struggled for a while, in turn forced a break (1-4), but that was not enough to keep Osaka from her fourth Grand Slam title. After just over an hour of play, the third seed finished the game professionally: 6-4 and 6-3.
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