Serena Beaten at US open Finals by Naomi Osaka

Serena Williams certainly did not see this coming! widely tipped to win her 24th Career Grand slam against little fancied Naomi Osaka at the US Open Women’s final she came up short as the Japanese had other Ideas.

Serena Williams has, rightfully so, earned the title as the best woman to ever play tennis.

That, though, didn’t faze 20-year-old Japanese phenom Naomi Osaka.

Osaka dominated Williams 6-2, 6-4 on Saturday afternoon Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York City to win the U.S. Open — her first Grand Slam title. Her win also makes her the first Japanese player to win a major title.

Serena  lost her cool midway into the game

 

Osaka rolled through the first set, winning five straight games after dropping the first game early. Williams struggled to handle Osaka’s serves, and seemed to be on her heels the entire time..The Japanese Youngster took the game to her more Illustrious partner and got what she deserved for her fearless approach to the game. Serena who has a bit of a bad reputation for Losing her cool when things don’t seem to be going her way lived up to that bad part of her game as she got involved in an angry lengthy exchange with the Umpire during the match after being called for on court Coaching which is illegal in Tennis.

Looks like the wait to attain the record of Margarat Court of Australia who owns the most Womens Singles Grandslam record of 24 titles will have to wait.

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