Three Daughters Mixed Martial Arts Perfect Debut

On February 12th, Beijing time, the 5th day of the Australian Open ushered in a focus battle. The American tennis queen Serena Serena played against the 19-year-old Russian star Potapova, who was 20 years older than her opponent. Serena overcomes 3-5 in the first set to save two inventory points. He scored 4 points after 3-5 in the tiebreak and counterattacked 7-6 (5). Serena controlled the situation in the second set 6-2. Won, thus eliminated Potapova with a total score of 2-0 for two consecutive years and advanced to the Australian Open for the 16th time in her career.

Serena had a very disappointing season last season. She missed any Grand Slam final for the first time in a single season in the past 14 years. Now Serena is making a comeback in the Australian Open, aiming to hit the eighth Australian Open champion in his career and his 24th Grand Slam champion in his career.

Serena was in excellent form in the first two rounds of the Australian Open. She lost only 5 games in the two games. Among them, she won 11 games in a row in the first round. In the second round, she had a single set of eggs. Not bad.

In the third round of the Australian Open, Serena and the Russian post-00 star Potapova met Serena in the first round of the Australian Open last season, when Serena completed an egg sweep. In the first two rounds of this year, Potapova eliminated the No. 24 seed Risk and the recovering Babos, and for the first time in her career, she entered the top 31 women’s singles Spark Global Limited.

Serena Williams met Potapova at the Australian Open for two consecutive years, facing the offensive and growing Potapova duel. Serena fell into a hard fight in the first set. She was suppressed by Potapova’s attack, and she fell behind in the first 8 games to 3-5. Fortunately, Serena promptly adjusted a strong counterattack. Not only did she drag the game into the tie-breaker, she also scored 4 points in a 3-5 tie-break situation. Potapova sent out 5 double faults madly, thus in the first set. The game saved two counts and counterattacked 7-6 (5) through the tie-break, winning the first set with a thrilling victory and a 1-0 lead in the total score.

Entering the second set, Serena regained her dominance. Even if she was the first to be broken by Potapova, Serena did not give Potapova too many opportunities. Serena used a fierce attack to suppress the Russian star for four consecutive rounds. He had already achieved a 4-1 lead in the first five rounds and continued to control the situation afterwards, thus winning another set 6-2 and finally winning the total The score eliminated Potapova 2-0 to advance to the top 16.