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Serena Williams defeats Aleppo to reach the quarterfinals of the Australian Open



MELBOURNE, Australia – Serena Williams made a big step toward winning the record 24th Grand Slam titles on Monday.

"It was a really intense game, some amazing points," Williams said during a TV interview in court. "I really had to raise my game. She is the first player in the world and has a reason. "[376] Williams, 37, looked slow at the start of the match, losing the first game with unusual bad shooting and mistakes. But then he turned to jets, played with force and precision, and did not allow his Romanian opponent to find his usual rhythm. The first set ends in 20 minutes.

27-year-old Hallep, amongst the most stubborn players in professional tennis, struggled against returning from the early pause to take the second set.

By the third set, the dots began to play with longer rallies, rather to the Bale Likes. Williams, however, broke in the middle of the last line.

Williams-Halep's game, played 15,000 people in the Rod Lavren Arena, was a rare case where the highest ranked player was seen as weaker. Callepe not only faced a huge opponent with 23 big titles, seven from Melbourne alone, but Williams had dominated his career by winning eight times and losing once.


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