Bharti did not lose a set to win the local cup, the two pairs of doubles to the top, The Chinese junior group won

2022-04-26 0 By

Three minutes a day to learn about the world of tennis.Hello, tennis Fans, today is Sunday, January 30th, 2022. Welcome to the afternoon news brought to you by Tennis Home.The women’s singles final of the 2022 Australian Open ended last night (Beijing time).The world No. 1 and home-grown barty had a strong showing as she trailed 5-1 in the second set after going down 6-3 in the opening set and saw a three-set match looming.It was then that Barty burst on, winning five games in a row to take the match to a tie-break, where she quickly took match point to beat American Collins 6-3/7-6(2) in a perfect performance to claim her first home Grand Slam title.Barty became the first Australian player to win the Australian Open in 44 years since Shaquille O ‘Neal in 1978.It was barty’s third career Grand Slam title after the French Open in 2019 and Wimbledon in 2021, leaving her just one us Open away from a grand Slam.With her clever game, pinpoint serve, varied backhand cuts and steady, efficient forehand, Barty has reached three Grand Slam women’s singles finals in less than three years, winning all three of them, winning 100 percent of grand Slam finals and remaining no. 1 in the world for more than two years.Some fans believe that Barty may become the new ruler of women’s tennis after Serena Williams.In the men’s doubles final later in the day, Wild-card holders Kyrgios and Kokkinagis of Australia won 7-5, 6-4 over local pair Eberden and Pursell.It is the first time in 25 years that a local pair has won the Australian Open men’s doubles title, and the first time in 10 years that a wild card pair has won a Grand Slam men’s doubles title since Jonathan Malay and Nelson won at Wimbledon in 2012.Congratulations to Kyrgios and Kokkinagis!Hong Kong’s Huang Zelin, 17, teamed up with Japanese-American Bruno Kuzuhara to win the Australian Open boys’ doubles final.Huang also won the junior doubles title at the US Open last year, his second Grand Slam title.Congratulations to him!The final match of the Australian Open will begin at noon Beijing time today.First, the women’s doubles final pitted top seed Kristina Kryzkova/Siniakova against multinational pair Danilina/Maya.At 4:30 p.m. Beijing time, the Australian Open men’s singles final will take place.According to the latest odds from The European “spinach” company, Russian general Dmitry Medvedev is favored, at 1.5 to 1.Nadal, the Spanish god of war, was 2.7 to 1.Judging by the form of the first six matches, most fans think the odds are about 50-50, or a slight advantage for the Russians.Some fans joked that the current world Number one Djokovic must be in a dilemma on the choice of who to support the title, because who is not good news for him.If Nadal wins, the Spaniard will become the first to win 21 Grand Slam titles, ahead of himself and Federer on 20.If Medvedev takes the top spot, he will lose his position as world number one to Russia.Who do you think has a better chance of winning?Who would you cheer for?Might as well comment on it.Finally, guess and identify.The picture below shows a player falling during a match.Can you recognize her without prompting?Last time a guess, many players guessed beretini, but this man is not the New Italian star.Only one player, ZumEndederZeit, gave the correct answer.That’s right. That’s American Creasy, who plays net.(Credit: Home of Tennis by Maverick)