21-year-old Sofia Kenin (USA, 14) won the first Grand Slam title of her career by defeating former world No. 1 Garbine Muguruza (Spain) with a score of 2-1 (4/6, 6/2, 6/2) in the final round.

Not appreciated by the senior Muguruza in experience, when this was only the first time Kenin was attending a final of the Grand Slam system. In the meantime, Muguruza had two titles in the French Open and Wimbledon. It was this that made Kenin not play well in this match.

Even at the third table, the young American tennis player was broken by Muguruza. Although Kenin then tried hard to balance the score, but once again the experience of Muguruza was voiced and she continued to win the next serve of Kenin to win 6/4 in the first game. After this game, the youth and determination of Kenin began to develop.

With his powerful and accurate shots, Kenin completely overwhelmed Muguruza in the second game and won the game with a score of 6/2 after 2 goals of the senior. Uplifted and seemingly accustomed to the atmosphere of the big game, Kenin went on to create a game with a similar scenario of the game when he won with a score of 6/2.

With the victory after 2 hours and 3 minutes of competition, Kenin became the new queen of the world women’s tennis village when she won the first Grand Slam championship in her career. This is a result worthy of Kenin for his tireless efforts. This victory will bring Kenin for the first time to No. 7 in the world in his career.

The final match of the Australian Open will take place between Novak Djokovic (Serbia, 2) against Dominic Thiem (Austria, 5). This is a promising match, even though Djokovic is the defending champion of the tournament. Because in the last 5 meetings, Thiem had 4 wins against Djokovic.