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Bianca Andreescu became the first Canadian to win the US Open title

Bianca Andreescu celebrates winning the US Open 2019

19-year-old Bianca Andreescu became the first Canadian to win a US Open title in the Open Era history.

Bianca Andreescu (15) defeated 23-times Grand Slam and 6-times US Open Champion Serena Williams (8) in the Women’s Singles Final of the US Open 2019 played at the Arther Ashe Stadium in New York.

Bianca Andreescu (15)67
Serena Williams (8)35

Bianca Andreescu won her first Grand Slam in her first appearance at the event, she was born nine months after Serena Williams won her first US Open title in 1999. She became the first teenager to win the title since Maria Sharapova of Russia (19 years, 132 days) won the US Open title in 2006.

Serena Williams failed to win her 7th US Open and 24th Grand Slam title which could have tied her with one of the greatest of all time Margaret Court (24 titles).

“I was feeling many, many things before the match, more than any other match. In the finals, playing Serena. I just tried to breathe as much as I could from the moment I woke up until the match. I tried to just do that throughout the whole match, to just keep my nerves in place,” Andreescu said. “It wasn’t easy at all, but I think that’s what I’ve been doing really well throughout this whole year.”

She will be World No. 5 from Monday with the victory.

Statistics of the match:

Bianca AndreescuSerena Williams
3Double Faults8
66%1st Serve %44%
17Unforced Errors33
6/13Break Points Won3/8
77Total Points Won68

Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Jamie Murray defeated No. 1 seeds Hao-Ching Chan and Michael Venus in straight sets 6-2, 6-3 to claim the back-to-back Mixed Doubles US Open title.

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