Tomorrow Serena Williams is on a date with the writing of history

By September 05, 2019 ,

Former world number one Serena Williams is set to continue her record-breaking record at the US Open, the fourth major Grand Slam.

The US Open kicked off on August 26 and lasts until September 8, amid expectations of a heavy-caliber competition among tennis giants.

Serena booked her place in the semi-finals of the US Open, after the overthrow of Chinese rival Chiang Wang, two sets without reply.

The American Black achieved her 100th victory in her career at the US Open and reached the semi-finals for the 13th time in her career.


Serena will meet her Ukrainian rival Elena Svetolina on Friday in the semi-finals, and her entire focus on reaching the final for the second year in a row, after losing the title last year.

The 23-year-old Grand Slam player is entering a semi-final battle with the last Grand Slam tournament, eyeing her to write history and equalizing the record of winning the US Open.

Williams' younger sister sets her sights on winning the 101st victory at Flushing Meadows in New York.

Serena's biggest dream at the US Open this year is to climb to the podiums and win the title, equaling the record of 24 Grand Slam titles won by Margaret Court with a single title.

Serena's chances of winning the US Open this year are stronger than ever, especially as he is the only gold medalist to be crowned Grand Slam, unlike the other trio, Svetolina, Belinda Benchic and Bianca Andresco.

The US Open has officially become the most expensive Grand Slam tournament in terms of prize money, after raising its value.

Organizers of the tournament at the Flushing Meadows have announced that the prize money has been raised to $ 57 million (€ 50.8 million), becoming the highest and largest in the history of all four Grand Slam tournaments.

The winners of the men's and women's singles titles will receive a check of € 3.43 million, while the men's and women's doubles titles will receive a check of € 660,000. This year's awards have risen by more than 8 percent from last year, making the Flushing Meadows the highest and most important in the history of the Grand Slam.

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