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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Australian Open 2019: Naomi Osaka overwhelms Svitolina to achieve semis

US. Open boss Naomi Osaka set up a potential rematch of her disputable Flushing Meadows last against Serena Williams subsequent to beating Elina Svitolina 6-4 6-1 to contact her first Australian Open semi-last on Wednesday.

Australian Open :The 21-year-old Osaka submitted a string of unforced mistakes yet at the same time demonstrated unreasonably solid for the 6th seeded Ukrainian, wrapping up the success in a hour and 12 minutes to wind up the principal Japanese lady to achieve the last four at Melbourne Park since Kimiko Date in 1994. 

Osaka's first Grand Slam triumph at the U.S. Open a year ago was eclipsed by a line among Williams and umpire Carlos Ramos. The American is playing Karolina Pliskova in the rest of the quarter-last. 

"I played them both and they are both exceptionally incredible players," said Osaka after her match at Rod Laver Arena. "What's more, I realize that it will be intense regardless of who I play, and sincerely I'm simply attempting to go inside on the grounds that it's tad hot at the present time. Sorry," she included as the group burst into giggling. 

Osaka's capacity was on full showcase against WTA Finals champion Svitolina, with the Japanese pounding 31 victors to her adversary's 11. Be that as it may, she was likewise messy on occasion, submitting 25 unforced blunders, nine more than Svitolina. 

The 24-year-old Ukrainian held her blunders under tight restraints to get two administration crushes spirit and remain in the opening set at 4-5. Osaka blew three set point openings on Svitolina's next present with three humiliating mistakes, criticizing herself with furious slaps on the thigh. 

Be that as it may, the Japanese accumulated herself and hit a fresh strike to set up a fourth possibility, and changed over it when Svitolina pounded an arrival into the net. 

The Ukrainian took a therapeutic timeout in the second set for neck and shoulder issues with Osaka up 3-0 yet she was broken again in the wake of coming back to the court. "I felt torment from the earliest starting point of the competition all over. It was going and returning," Svitolina said. 

"Sadly today was somewhat more terrible than I anticipated. 

"It's typical to have some pressure amid the Grand Slam and it occurs, however lamentably I couldn't deal with it today." 

Fourth seed Osaka served her eighth expert at that point changed over her first match point with an overhead champ to seal the success.

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