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I try to. The year-old Kerber used acute angles to keep Williams guessing, tossed in two drop shots for a crucial break in the long sixth game of the third set, and continually tried to pass the time major winner or forced errors at the net.
And she had five service breaks — two in the first, and three in third set — against the top-ranked Williams, who hadn't dropped a set in the previous six rounds.
She is the first German woman to win the Australian title since Graf in , and is projected to rise to No. German Chancellor Angela Merkel was quick to respond, saying "It was fascinating to see how courageously and with such nerves of steel how you prevailed against arguably the best player in the world.
After Steffi, now somebody won a Grand Slam. It took her 33 majors to win the title — sixth on the list for longest waits that is topped by U.
Open champion Flavia Pennetta's She knows that I really am working very hard and she told me some day, the work pays off and tonight, it is really, really like she said, all the work and yes, sweating on practice courts, it comes out and it pays off.
Born in Bremen, Germany, she grew up in a tennis family and her father was her coach for a long time. She has previously spoken about how she touched her first racquet when she was just three-years-old.
The tennis star is now based in in Puszczykowo, Poland, where her maternal grandparents own a tennis facility named Centrum Tenisowe Angie — named after her.
When asked about who her first phone call would be after she won, she said it would be her grandparents.
She sent some slight shockwaves around the tennis world in May when she parted ways with Benjamin Ebrahimzadeh and re-hired her old coach Torben Beltz.
Kerber has also previously revealed that so far tennis is her only love, as there hasn't been any time to have a relationship.
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No-one wins a set from Serena. Ok, no-one wins two sets from Serena. Hmm, no-one, but no-one, wins finals against Serena.
Champions create that effect. But the effect was lost on Kerber. When Williams wrested back the break in the third set, and was serving to level it, Kerber told herself: "You just broke her a few minutes ago.
The ruling dynamic, it has to be said, was Williams's erraticism. In the first set, she made 23 unforced errors to Kerber's three. In the first set of her semi-final against Williams, Agnieszka Radwanska didn't often get to play.
In the first set of the final, Kerber didn't much have to. By match's end, the error count was , a prodigious difference.
For Williams, 46 errors was half as many again as the total in her six previous matches. Williams missed short, long and wide. She filled the court with her squeals and screams of self-excoriation.
Sometimes, you would have sworn Kerber's lefthandedness disoriented her; she hit to Kerber's backhand, realising only as the ball passed over the net that it was fore.
She also won the first two games of the second set before Kerber called for medical attention. She will meet Yastremska in the quarter-finals of the Adelaide International.
While the severity of the injury is yet unknown, it would certainly raise a few concerns with the first Grand Slam of the year fast approaching.