Barty first Wimbledon finalist – News online


The first tennis player in the world, Ashley Barty, is the first Wimbledon finalist.

The tennis player from Queensland defeated the champion of the 2018 tournament, German Angelique Kerber, in two sets with 6: 3, 7: 6 (3).

The match on the Central Court lasted a total of 86 minutes.

Thus, the Australian will play in the title match on the London grass for the first time and has the opportunity to win the second Grand Slam trophy in her career, since she was the best at Roland Garros in 2019.

Ashley started the match better, she immediately managed to take the service away from the opponent in the second game and then confirmed the break and took the lead with 3: 0.

She also had a break opportunity in the next game, but Kerber got away with it.

However, Bartieva played safely until the end of the set, which she won 6: 3.

Kerber started in the continuation of the match, turned the course of the game to her side and made the match much more interesting.

This time, she made a break in the second game and then took the lead with 3: 0.

She also led with 5: 2, but then abruptly gave way. Bartie returned to 5: 5, then Kerber won the next game, but still got into a tie-break.

Ashley was far safer there, she took the lead with a huge 6: 0, Kerber managed to reduce the advantage to 6: 3, but not to prolong the hope.

Ashley Barty will play the winner of the match between Karolina Pliškova and Arina Sabalenka in the title match on Saturday, July 10.

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