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U.S. Open Live Updates: Wins for Williams Sisters; Big Loss for No. 1 Halep

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The first day of play in the new Louis Armstrong Stadium began with a big problem: No. 1 Simona Halep’s work of Kana Kanepi.

For the first time, Armstrong had two separate night sessions as well, as Ashby did the stadium. Victoria Azarenka defeated Victoria Kujmova 6-3, 7-5 in the first match, after which Donald Young won the third seeded Juan Martin del Potro 6-0, 6-3, 6-4.

After a ceremony which included Kelly Clarkson’s performance and the 1968 U.S. Three Live Singles Finalists (Virginia Wade, Billy Jean King and Tom Okker) were included in the Open, Serena Williams presented herself a show. He cranked the gear in the second set, Poland’s Magda Linet Steamrollering, 6-4, 6-0.

Williams missed the previous year due to the birth of his daughter. In the final last month at Wimbledon, Williams is number 17 seed in New York. In the round three, before a possible meeting with his sister Venus, he will face Kerina Weathoft in the second round.

Kevin Anderson played in his marathon matches in the Wimbledon final in July, and he played in his U.S. Open campaign also started with one.

Last year, fifth-seeded Anderson, who reached the finals last year, fell behind two sets against American Ryan Harrison, but 7-6 (4), 5-7, 4-6, 6-3, 6- 4, 4 hours In 14 minutes.

Anderson needed treatment on his feet during the match, but Harrison was unable to take advantage.

After reaching two Grand Slam finals last year, Anderson is now used in big tournaments in big moments.

Anderson said before the tournament, “To move forward in the US Open and next year, I’m saying a bit more comfortable, ‘I’m here to compete for the win.’ “I would have said this earlier, but now I can say it with more self-assurance.”
Friends to the end

Canadian teenager Dennis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Alsheimer have been playing tennis with each other for years. They believe that they will do this for years to come.

But on Monday they met for the first time in a tour-level match.

Oghar-Alisheim, who was at the age of 18 this month, had qualified for the Open and was playing his first main draw in a major singles match. Unfortunately for them, they had to face their friend Shapovalov, 19, who last year’s US. There were breakout stars of the Open.
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At the age of 18 this month, Felix Auger-Alsheim played his first main draw singles match at the Grand Slam Tournament on Monday. Credit Chang W. Lee / The New York Times

He delighted the Grandstand crowd for one and a half hours, each player was sometimes jumping to join the powerful groundstroke

But after splitting the first two sets in Maggie conditions, the Aggar-Alisheim was physically damaged. He considered retiring from the match in the third set, encouraged only to go to Shapovalov. But some games later, with the rise of Shapovalov 7-5, 5-7, 4-1, the Aggar-Alisheim could not move forward

As soon as the Aagar-Alishaim started to cry, Shapovalov came to embrace her and then sat in the chair next to her to talk. He said that he was beating the heart, and he almost became unconscious.

The 28th ranked Shapovalov said, “I had expected that one day we will play in the final of this tournament.” “I told him to keep his head, we are going to have a lot of matches together, obviously, it’s never been easy against him because he is such a close friend of mine.”
Stephens stops for a good start

Sloane Stephens started his defense with a 6-1, 7-5 victory over Eugenia Rodinie at the New Louis Armstrong Stadium.

Before the tournament began, he had said that there was “very stress, very high pressure” in the form of an existing champion.

Stephen, No. 3 Seed, admitted that he was “a little nervous” on Monday, but said that he was “really happy” to go through the first day.

He said, “The first round of the Grand Slam is extremely difficult, especially as the current champion.” “Super excited to go tournaments.”
Venus Williams catches up against Kuznetsova

Venus Williams is in her 20th U.S. Playing in the Open. He has never been defeated in the first round.

He retained that distinction by defeating former Open champions in the Arthur Ash Stadium, defeating Svetlana Kuznetsova, 6-3, 5-7, 6-3 in a nearly three-hour duel.

16th seeded Willie MS, 38, removed 33-year-old Kuznetsova in their fifth match point. Williams was two breaks from 4-1 in the second set, and two match points with Kuznetsova were 3-5, but Kuznetsova won four consecutive games to win the set.

 Under the 10-minute break heat policy between the set of players, Williams broke Kuznetsova twice to make a 3-0 lead in the third set and managed to close the match.

 William arrived in the Australian Open and Wimbledon final last year and reached the semifinals in New York last year. But he has not been able to reach the second week of any major this year.

Murray one back Major Andy Murray won the Grand Slam tennis, defeating James Duckworth 6-7 (5), 6-3, 7-5, 6-3, at the Louis Armstrong Stadium. Three times Grand Slam champion Murray had not played a major match since last year’s Wimbledon.

 They last year Late from the Open, and this year Wimbledon was battling hip injury. Main story Continue Reading Photo Andy Murray played his first match in a major over a year. The New York Times credited for the credit of Ben Solomon just seven matches to play in this year’s Open.

But after competing in Washington and Cincinnati this summer, Murray has prepared himself for the return to the best five formats used in Grand Slam programs. He improved on Monday’s match, winning 3 hours and 18 minutes to break the heat.

Murray, the 2012 US Open champion, had made many strokes at the old Louis Armstrong Stadium but enjoyed the newly built stadium, especially the shadow as the sun moved behind the new roof. “I have fought this court, but it is like a new beginning.” James Duckworth, at No. 448, was one of the few players in the main draw, less than Murray’s No. 382.

 In the second round on Wednesday, Murray will face number 31 Fernando Verdasco. [Read more about Murray’s first round win.] Wawrinka Thords Dimitrov, again in the early stages of Wimbledon, 101nd ranked Stan Wawrinka finished eighth in the first round of the US Open, 6-3, 6-2, 7-5. Beat Gregor Dimitrov at the spot.

 It was a bother – on paper, at least – the champion as the Grand Slam Wavirinka, works his way back from knee surgery. Continue reading the main story Photostan Wavirinka Reiterates His Vim Bladdon’s win by defeating Grigger Dimitrov in the first round of the Open Credit Change, who defeated Dimitrov in four sets in Wimbledon,

made the Bulgarian’s second service festival to be seen on Monday. Dimitrov had won four straight matches against Wawrinka this year before, but has struggled to repeat the previous season, in which he finished the number three after the title in Cincinnati and at the end of the season the ATP World Tour Finals.

 Wawrinka, who did not defend the 2016 US Open title due to knee injury, has won eight straight matches, Praful Shepherd. After that he is facing French qualifier Ugo Humbert. Sock Ends was an eight-match streak, which was a clear discrepancy by the ranking, but at 18th place, Jack Sock celebrated his direct set victory with Gido Andrzezzi at number 113,

 the way he celebrates some of the biggest wins, his career – Perhaps with good reason. 6-0, 7-6 (4), after 6-2 victory, went on the field in clear relief, and went on the net. Then he walked around the ground again.

Main story Continue Reading Photo Jack Sock defeated Gideon Andrzezzi on Monday for his first win in May. SOC said in his interview after the match, “Credit Jerry Lie / USA Today Sports via Reuters” If you follow tennis, then you know that it has been a difficult year for me.

 “Although the interviewer, inspired by the interviewer Mike Bryan to mention his recent Wimbledon doubles title, Sock’s victory over Andrezzy served as a parachute for free-fall in the singles with a title in the Paris-Bercy Masters.

 After the end of last year and semi-final run in the ATP World Tour Finals, Sock reached the top-ranked career ranking of 8th place.

 Do not 2018 campaigns have been destructive; They entered the US Open with only five wins and eight games, probably did not take their losses in Eastbourne’s qualifying draw, Sok thought that their losing streak was only seven.

” Eight was not going to happen, “said Scott, holding the number of those fingers after winning, for the first time since the Wimbledon last year, in a major for a single. Androgenji Before the previous week, the tour did not win a tour-level match at the Hard Court.

There is also an attractive draw in the second round of Saak, which has 37 Nicoloz Basilashvili, who has not won a hardcourt match since March, Monday got another break on Monday.

 When 16th seed Kelly Edmund, defeating Paolo Loranje, 4-6, 6-4, 7-5, 6-1 in his potential third round opponent, ranked 94. Continue reading the main storyPhotoSimona Hailap is the first woman seeded first woman to lose in the first round of the US Open.

Open Era New York Timeshale Credit for Ben Solomon Armstrong GTO Ranking Simona Halep got the honor of playing the first official match at the new Louis Armstrong Stadium on Monday, but it will not be a memorable memory for him.

 Ninety minutes in the US Open, No. 1 seed in women’s draw was out of the tournament, beat Kaia Kampi 6-2, 6-4. In the match, the help was broken in the third game and never really got cured.

 He defeated Kanpei completely, who gathered 26 winners. Help, who won the French Grand Slam title in June, was coming into the tournament on a high note. This month he had won Rogers Cup in Montreal and runner-up in Western and Southern Open outside Cincinnati.

 Help also lost in the first round of last year’s US Open when, as the No. 2 seed, he had poor fortunes against Maria Sharapova, who entered the tournament as a wild card.

 33-year-old Estonian Kaneyi is at number 44, but the previous year’s US Open has reached the Grand Slam quarter-finals six times, it was a qualification.

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