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Iga Swiatek beats Ons Jabeur in 2 sets to win U.S. Open for 3rd Grand Slam title – Brospar Daily News

Iga Swatek claimed her first title and her third at Flushing Meadows with a 6-2, 7-6(5) win over Anse Jaber in Saturday’s US Open final for the Grand Slam title. 1 Swatek cemented her status as a dominant figure in what is expected to be Serena Williams’ last career win in what is expected to be the face of women’s tennis. Swayatek’s victory over No. 5 Jabir took her to 55-7 on the tour and won seven trophies in 2022. Data from those two matches leads the WTA. She also won the French Open in June and is the first woman since 2016 to win two Grand Slam titles in one season. Swatek got his first match point on Saturday and, in Game 2, Jabir held a 6-5 lead on serve. Just before the point started, Swatek ran to the sideline to change racquets – an unusual choice at the time. Svyatek then stumbled on a backhand and Jabir pushed the score to the tiebreaker for a 5-4 lead. But Swatek scored the last three points and soon became Grand Slam champion again. Jaber, 28, from Tunisia, was the first African and Arab woman to reach a Grand Slam final for the second consecutive time. But at this point she is now 0-2 and a finalist at Wimbledon in July.

Iga Swatek claimed her first title and her third at Flushing Meadows with a 6-2, 7-6(5) victory over Anse Jaber in the US Open Grand Slam final on Saturday.

1 Swatek’s victory in what should be the last match of Serena Williams’ career cemented her status as a dominant figure in women’s tennis.

Swatek’s win over No. 5 Jaber takes her to 55-7 on the tour and has seven trophies in 2022. Both figures lead the WTA.

She also won the French Open in June and is the first woman since 2016 to win two Grand Slam titles in one season.

Swatek got his first match point on Saturday and, in Game 2, Jabir held a 6-5 lead on serve. Just before the point started, Swatek ran to the sideline to change racquets – an unusual choice at the time.

Swiatek then stumbled on a backhand and Jabeur pushed him to the tiebreaker and made it 5-4. But Swatek took the last three points and quickly fell on her back to become the grand champion again.

Jabeur, 28, from Tunisia, was the first African woman and the first Arab woman to reach a Grand Slam final, her second in a row. But at this point she is now 0-2 and a finalist at Wimbledon in July.

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