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Venus Williams loses to Allison van Uytvank in first round of 2022 US Open

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Venus on Tuesday, Williams lost 1-6, 6-7(5)

in straight sets to Alison van Uytvank , Williams’ U.S. Open Women’s Singles is over US Open @usopen

Tribute to a living legend. @Venuseswilliams waves to the crowd at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

This is the second straight first-round out of the champion, who lost to Karolina Muchova in her first bout of 2020. Williams got into trouble early due to a sloppy first set. She dropped her first two serve games , which gave Van Uytwank a 5-1 lead. To stay on set, she suffered her third break, which the Belgian right-hander took. Williams righting the boat for the second frame. She immediately took control by fighting back in the opening game, but couldn’t make the most of it. Van Uytvanck eventually tied the score with three games apiece. Total Dissent @hbryant42Venus coaster, live in Ash:
First to lose 6-1 📉
Storm in the first two games of the second game 📈
Double fault, 3-3 📉

tiebreaker play with Williams taking an early 3-1 advantage before Van Uytwank turned it around and won the next four points roughly the same. Americans cannot stop the tide the rest of the way.

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Perfect finish for Alison Van Uytvanck at the Arthur Ashe Stadium!

Van Uytwank took on Williams (18) in the winner (29) and found the recipe for success online. She earned 12 of 14 net points

Although Serena Williams has laid out her general retirement plan, yet It is unclear when Venus intends to leave the game. Given her 42-year-old age, her farewell may come quite abruptly, so every time she steps onto the majors, it adds a certain meaning. Dan Walken @DanWolken

After her loss, Venus Williams sidesteps a press conference about whether she will also Retirement Questions

If that’s the end, it’s the kind of exit that doesn’t suit her legendary status.

Venus has at least a chance this year to end her time in Flushing Meadows in a better way. On Thursday, she and Serena opened their women’s doubles accounts against Lucy Hradka and Linda Noskova.



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