Naomi Osaka bicampe at Austrian Open | sport

Naomi Osaka bicampe at Austrian Open |  sport

Osaka won for the second time in Australia. (Photo: Divulgao – DP)

On the morning of Brasilia in Melbourne this Saturday (20), Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka defeated American Jennifer Brady in a 1h17min game and won the second Australian Open Championship. In the rankings, Vijay had 6/4 and 6/3 of number 3 over 24.

She had already won the tournament in 2019 and reached the fourth Grand Slam title on the set of four main tournaments (Australian Open, Roland Garros, US Open and Wimbledon) on the world circuit. He is also part of the US Open in 2018 and 2020.

This Saturday’s victory was peaceful. Osaka broke the opponent’s serve in the fourth game of the first set, taking a 3 to 1 advantage. Only the American returned the break in the next game and managed to tie Drew partially 3 to 3. Then, the set remained the same until the Japanese jump to the front and closed in 6/4. In the second set, the 23-year-old led by just 4–0 and was then successful until the game ended at 6/3.

This Saturday, American Rajeev Ram and Czech Barbora Krejikkova defeated Australian Sam Stosur and Matt Abden 6/1 and 6/4 to become two-time champions of the mixed doubles tournament.

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