Anastasija Sevastova vs Serena Williams Live Stream. Rafael Nadal went to the semifinals in his desire to repeat at the US Open, but barely. The first seed, Nadal, defeated Dominic Thiem in the quarter-final meeting on Tuesday night, barely avoiding the amazing frustration in Austrian hands in what was an exciting game.
Eventually, Nadal was able to complete Tiam early in the morning on Wednesday, breaking his ticket to the last four. The dramatic “back-forward” match overcame the distance, and the current champion won after five sets, including tiebreaks in the fourth and fifth networks, when he won 0-6, 6-4, 7-5, 6-7 (4 – 7), 7-6 (7-5).
An exhausting match lasted four hours and 49 minutes, Nadal’s longest game at the US Open, but his hopes for the second consecutive title remain valid.Nadal will face n. ° 3 of the seeds of Juan Martín del Potro, who at the beginning of Tuesday eliminated the American John Isner. After the first set became Isner, Del Potro was going to win three in a row and won 6-7, 6-3, 7-6, 6-2. The early match was carried out in heat and moisture pumping, the temperature reached 95 degrees.
From the feminine side, Serena Williams will become one of the last four women. Williams marked his ticket to the semifinals with a victory over No.8 seed Karolina Pliskova at Arthur Ashe Stadium on Tuesday.
Williams defeated his Czech opponent in two sets, winning 6-4, 6-3 in his quarterfinal match: Williams’ first victory against the opponent’s tenth in 2018. Williams, 36, had a slow start in the game, but quickly turned to win eight consecutive games and closed Pliskov in a dominant manner.
Serena will move to Anastasia Sevastova, who dominated the defending US champion at Sloan Stevens in the United States on Tuesday with a 6-2, 6-3 loss in the quarterfinals. The third testicle, Stevens, was the tallest player left in the “Open” with two better seeders, Simone Halep and Caroline Wozniacki, who had dropped earlier.
Sevastova, the No. 19 seed, played an incredible match to leave Williams and Madison Keys as the only two American women.
Sevastova took five points for the glasses to Stevens, as Stevens simply seemed unable to find his support throughout the game. Sevastova only gave two aces, but took advantage of a terrible day for the second service of Stevens. Stevens was only 1 of 9 in his second inning, having canceled an outstanding percentage of 81 percent of the first percent.
Overall, this is a decent ending for Stevens, who had his ups and downs this season. After the first weekend of the Australian Open, Stevens reached the final of the French championship, where he lost to Simone Halep. At Wimbledon, he lost again in the first round, making the quarterfinals at the US Open – although it was not the goal – a worthy note that ends this turbulent Grand Slam season.
In the last two games, Sevastova defeated Stephens and No. 7 Elina Svitolina. His 18 winners against Stevens 13 were the difference in the match, as both players finished with 28 unforced errors.
The victory was, in short, an insulting match for Sevastov, who lost to Stevens in the quarterfinals of the US Open last year. This is his first open semifinal of the US Open after becoming the fourth of the last two years. Sevastova really left tennis in the 2013 and 2014 season, so she returns to the great path.
Anastasia Sevastova separated from the direct set on Sloan Stevens, writing 17 games. In the victory, Sevastova won 57 percent of her first service points and 59 percent of her second service points.
Sevastova won 58 percent of her common service points and re-scored five of her eight points. Sevastona, of course, can act in a higher percentage and will have to win this match, but it was feverish with a return and increased in the most important points of the match.
Sevastova joined for 17 breaks in the last three games, which makes her a worthy opponent in this game. While Sevastova keeps the ball in the game and does not get discouraged from the bad points, there is a chance for the biggest win in his career.
Sevastova expects it to be the third final performance of the year and his first great final performance. Sevastova won eight of the last 10 games on a hard court
Serena Williams comes from a direct victory over Karolina Pliskova, who took 19 games. In the victory, Serena won 71 percent of her first service points and 46 percent of her second service points. Serena won 63 percent of her common service points and retained 10 of her 12 break points.
Serena still has hiccups here and there with her game, but she combines 40 aces in the last three games, which is the key for me. When Serena receives so many free points with her service and the matches do not wear out, she is damned invincible. While this service is maintained, Serena will win another title of a great helmet. Serena hopes to reach the Grand Slam final for the tenth time in the last 13 games.
Serena lost in the semifinals of the US Open in each of her last two appearances. Serena has won 16 of her last 18 semifinal matches in the semifinals. Serena has won six of the last seven games on a hard court.
There are no previous matches between these two players.
They stole Serena-Stephens’ game, which would be a crazy qualification that would be wise and healthy for the sport on the biggest American stage. Well then. As for who will win this match, the only logical option is Serena. Sevastova works well and has nothing in her game that scares Serena.
If this is a good pitch, the ability to hit the winners or hit the ball with great force, there must be something that Serena is fighting, and Sevastova just does not have it. At this stage of the tournament there is also a big gap in the experience, as I am sure that Sevastova will explode some games due to nerves. If she played with Stevens, Serena would have her hands full. This is not the case, with all respect for Sevastov.