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Sunday, September 08, 2019

Serena Williams Loses US Open Final To Teen Bianca Andreescu...

Veteran tennis player, Serena Williams has lost the US Open final to a 19-year-old Canadian player, Bianca Andreescu.







The teeanger beat the 37-year-old Williams 6-3, 7-5. It is the first Grand Slam title for a Canadian player and the first singles title win ever for a woman making her debut at the U.S. Open, according to the U.S. Open.

This final marks Serena's 20 years in the game. She has won 23 titles in total, making her the second player with the most title, a place behind Margaret Court who won 24 titles in total.

Bianca is the first Canadian player ever to win a major title. She is also the first player born in 2000 to have won a major title....


Well Serena cant rule forever!!!

30 comments:

  1. Awwa....serena you were the best of your time. Congrats to the winner.

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  2. Ofcourse younger faster and stronger bones will outrank her, a womans body cant be same again after childbirth.

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  3. Call a spade a spade, it's time for her to retire.

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    1. Yaba left escapee8 September 2019 at 13:13

      No! I must call it a shovel.

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    2. 😂😂😂😂😂😂 Yaba Right.

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  4. Bow out when the ovation is loudest they won't listen.

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  5. She just won't listen until a toddler beats her before she will realize that though she has done so well for herself which can't be forgotten, but her time has passed.

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    1. Lol @ toddler beats her, kai, you guys are wicked.

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  6. I know Serena can't rule forever but I was hoping so much for her to win this one. So she can gracefully bow out while the ovation is loudest.

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    1. Same here Kamikaze, same here. I feel bad for her 😔

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    2. Kami, I was hoping too.
      Getting to 3 grand slam finals after childbirth and losing? Painful much!

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  7. Aunty Seri should retire now.. Haba!

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  8. Enter your comment...instead wey she go leave while the ovation is loudest...ma she sabi.



    Sherry's Daughter

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  9. That elusive 24th Slam 😓. Really wanted it for her but congrats to the winner.

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  10. Yaba left escapee8 September 2019 at 11:31

    The players who do it for the love of the game, theres absolutely zero reimbursement.
    Its a game at the end of the day!!

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  11. I think she's still playing because she wants to win. You know, have a comeback like Tiger Woods before retiring.

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  12. Alternative Facts8 September 2019 at 12:05

    She needs to win at least 2 more grand slams to become the greatest ever female to play the game! It’s history. If only you people know how difficult it is to get to the finals, you’ll know she has to keep up with the chase till she gets it. Hundreds of players are involved in the preliminaries. As the loser she takes home almost 2 million dollars. But she’s doing it for the glory and love for the game, not for the money..

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  13. Alternative Facts8 September 2019 at 12:09

    Many star players never get to win a grand slam in their entire career. An example is Anna Kournikova, the Russian beauty. Serena is the greatest in the modern era

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  14. Serena my G.O.A.T, at least she got to the finals.

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  15. She remain one my greatest heroins. Lot of love Serena. Success, failure, success...You have enjoyed win win. it's takes the inner strength to still believe in yourself especially, during the phase of "lose lose"

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  16. Stella, why that big smiley face with all teeth? Well, as for me, I am sad for Serena, like another BV said, I really wanted her to beat Margaret Court's record. Anyway, the Australian open is still there. I have hope for Serena because she has come a long way since she returned after giving birth.

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    1. That's next January next year.
      I just want her to win at least a major grand slam and retire with honour.

      Serena is persistent in this game. It's been long I've heard of her elder sister, Venus.

      I still have the image of the magazine advert they both did as teenagers with long braids assessoried with white beads with milk stain on their mouth with the caption: "You've got some milk?" Or something similar.

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  17. Congratulations to Bianca.
    Well done to Serena, still keeping my fingers crossed for you.

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  18. Stella, it's like you don't like this my Amazon at all o☹️☹️.
    I really love Serena and I wish for her to if not beat Margaret Courts' record, then at least level up with it...

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  19. Serena losing two finals in a year. She has done well for herself. She is a veteran

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    1. She’s still good enough to win

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  20. I nicknamed her 'wareva'. The US crowd were cheering for drama queen Serena and booing Bianca. But sadly, they all lost in 2 straight set. Serena's unforced errors and double faults were her own undoing. Clear signs of her aging. She must not win all the time forever.

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  21. Stella am a fan of Serena and am not comfortable with those 64 caterpillar teeth you're showing. Serena deserves two more titles and she will surely get them. Anen

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