American professional tennis player Madison Keys crushes Estonian tennis player Kaia Kanepi with 6-3 6-3 to reach US Open women’s semi-finals. The 15th seed succeed to join Coco Vandeweghe, Venus Williams and Sloane Stephens in the last four. It is for the first time that American shuttler reaches semi-finals in New York.
The 20th seeded Vandeweghe former crushes Czech Karolina Pliskova with 7-6 (7-4) 6-3. 37-yr-old Venus Williams, first to reach Grand Slam final and has racked up seven main titles, counting victories at the US Open in 2001 and in Thursday’s semi-finals, will take Stephens. Keys and Vandeweghe will pursue them onto the Arthur Ashe Stadium to the final four.
Keys further conveyed that this means the world to me and I’m just so happy to be here. We’re going to have four American women playing, and that’s tremendous. American 22-yr-old shuttler Keys thrashes Kanepi in just 69 minutes without dipping serve, breaking once in the initial set and twice in the second. Kanepi’s presence and her performance in the quarter-finals were awesome.
On Tuesday looking following Williams and Stephens growth Keys uttered she had been feeling the pressure.”I was genuine anxious today,” she said. “The auto ride over I was certainly feeling it, yet once I got around here I felt better than average.”
“We needed to be those same players in a later era. Now that we’re more seasoned, we can articulate that, yet we as a whole needed to be there.” The 2017 group of four match the accomplishment of Tracey Austin, Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova and Barbara Potter in 1981.