You're almost too pretty to be a boy (Someone actually said this to me when I was a teenager.
Kerber, having won the silver medal at the Rio Olympics the week before, appeared out of gas.
Saturday she weathered the storm that has been Pliskova this U. Open – and the last several weeks – one of the game’s biggest servers having advanced to the second week of a major for the first time in her Grand Slam career in her 19th major appearance."It was a great match tonight," Pliskova said on court. Hopefully, many more finals to come."Kerber's win broke a 11-match win streak for Pliskova dating back to her Cincinnati opener nearly a month ago. 1 ranking in Cincinnati, winning the title match over her in convincing fashion, 6-3, 6-1.
1 at 28, the oldest player to ever do so for the first time. Even though I couldn’t get the win, I’m proud of the way I’ve played the last few weeks.
I’m trying to enjoy all the moments, on court and off court.”Kerber collects .5 million for the win and moves to 54-14 on the 2016 season, a year that has been better for her than anyone else on tour as she ascends to No.
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Not so helpful for a confused gay boy.) She likes bearded clams. Some things will never be ok to use as a punch line, and that is one of them.Pliskova broke in the seventh game of the set on one of the points of the match, lofting a forehand volley lob over Kerber’s head, landing it on the baseline and pumping her fist towards her team in the player box.She would serve it out three games later, acing Kerber to earn a set point and then capitalizing on a Kerber forehand wide, the match heading to a deciding set.Kerber would win going away from there, holding at love with a sensational service game and then breaking off of four points in a row, Pliskova wilting as the match neared its finish line.Pliskova hit her 47th unforced error of the match to assure Kerber the trophy.That streak is snapped by Kerber come Monday, however, as Williams remains tied in the Open era record books with the great Graf at 22 majors and 186 consecutive weeks at No. Pliskova’s win over Serena was no doubt the moment of the women’s event, though Kerber’s unbridled steadiness has vaulted her safely to No. She reached three Slam finals in 2016 having not reached the second week of any major during 2015, winning in Australia, losing the Wimbledon final (both against Serena) and then winning inside Arthur Ashe Stadium again Saturday.