Barty beats Kerber to reach first Wimbledon Final

Ashley Barty, a 25-year-old Australian women’s athlete, defeated former champion Angelique Kerber during a straight-set within the semifinals. She reached the Wimbledon final for the first time in her life.

World favourite Ashley Barty reached the women’s singles final of the Wimbledon tennis tournament for the primary time on Thursday, defeating former champion Angelique Kerber during a straight-set. The 25-year-old Australian defeated Kerber 6-3, 7-6 (3) within the semifinals. Within the final, she will face the winner of the second semifinal between Irina Sabalinka and Carolina Peliskova.

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Kerber won Wimbledon first time in 2018, and he was also runner-up in 2016. After losing the first set against Barty, he had an opportunity to return to the second set. Caber was serving for the group at 5-3 but lost his service at 0-40. The seat was then pulled up to the tiebreaker. Barty, the French Open 2019, took a 6-0 lead within the tiebreaker, then won his fourth point. Caber’s backhand was then entangled within the net.

Barty won the singles title at the French Open 2019. She was also the 2019 WTA Tour Finals Champion. Then, she reached the semifinals of the Australian Open last year. She has also won the US Open 2018 doubles title.

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