Naomi Osaka and Williams made it to the quarterfinals in women’s singles at the Australian Open, the first grand slam tennis tournament of the season, and Thiem was eliminated in men.
Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams qualify for the Australian Open quarter-finals
The tournament held in Melbourne continued on the 7th day with the matches in the morning session.
In the women’s singles championship, 3rd seed Naomi Osaka beat 14th seeded Spanish Garbine Muguruza 4-6, 6-4 and 7-5 2-1 in the fourth round match.
With this result, Japanese tennis player Osaka made his name in the quarterfinals and matched with Taiwanese Hsieh Su-wei, who ranked 71st in the world rankings.
Williams eliminates Sabalenka
10 seed Serena Williams, who won 7 championships in the tournament, faced 7th seed Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka.
Williams of the USA, who won the game 2-1 in sets of 6-4, 2-6 and 6-4, became the name who took the tour.
Williams will face the winner of the match Iga Swiatek-Simona Halep in the quarterfinals.
Williams eliminates Sabalenka – Thiem says goodbye in round four
In men’s singles, 3rd seeded Austrian Dominic Thiem faced the 18th seeded Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov in the fourth round.
Dimitrov advanced to the quarterfinals after winning the sets of 6-4, 6-4 and 6-0 against Thiem, last year’s finalist, 3-0.
The Bulgarian tennis player will compete against Russian Aslan Karatsev in the quarterfinals 114th place.
Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams
Naomi Osaka is a Japanese professional tennis player. On September 9, 2018, she won the US Open final against Serena Williams, winning her career’s second WTA and first Grand Slam tournament. This title was the first Grand Slam title ever won by a Japanese tennis player.
Date of birth: October 16, 1997 (23 years old), Chuo Ward, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan
Length: 1.8 m
Weight: 75 kg
Coach: Wim Fissette (2020–)
Parents: Leonard Francois, Tamaki Osaka
Siblings: Mari Osaka
Serena Jameka Williams is an American professional tennis player. She has 23 Grand Slam championships and three women’s doubles and one women’s Olympic gold medalist.
Born: September 26, 1981 (39 years old) in Saginaw, Michigan, USA
Total prize: $ 77,564,981
Playing style: Right hand; double hand backhand
Coaches he worked with: Richard Williams (1994-); Oracene Price; Patrick Mouratoglou (2012-)
Fed Cup: D (1999), record 16-1
Hopman Cup: Ş (2003, 2008)