exist1999, at years old, little William James won her first legendary 14 won the Grand Slam at the US Open in Flushing Meadows, Queens, the stunning world No. 1 Martina Hingis. Tonight at 7 o’clock, she will play her first match in what may be her last professional tennis tournament against Danka Kovinic of Montenegro, who although only ranked 14 No. 1 in the world, this time broke into Australia Open and Roland Garros in the third round of the year, defeated defending U.S. Open champion Emma Raducanu in the former. The anticipation is exciting, whoever comes out on top — but if Serena wins that bout, she’ll likely face second-seeded Estonia’s Annette Kontaveit in the second round. Contaveit may not be as strong as she appears on paper, though: After a COVID-19, she’s been struggling to get back on the tour. Everything is possible here.
Whether or not Serena makes it through the first few rounds, thank goodness we’ll see more of her: Over the weekend, the Open was awarded to her and sister Victoria Wild card eligibility for Nas to play doubles – although they haven’t played doubles at the Open since then , and since
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