‘Just Serena’: Williams’ upset win at US Open keeps the legend advancing in final days of her storied career
NEW YORK — Serena Williams has been on a tear at the U.S. Open.
Serena Williams has won a record four Grand Slams since the U.S. Open in 2005, becoming the first woman since Margaret Court to win the U.S. Open three times.
Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki are the last two WTA players to win Grand Slam titles.
Now she’s back at the Grand Slam championship for the 10th time in 14 months.
Serena Williams takes the court in her hometown for the 10th time at the Grand Slam tournament. She has won the U.S. Open, Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, Singapore Open, and the Grand Prix tournaments.
It’s a huge milestone and the victory Sunday at the U.S. Open for Williams is her 10,000th game.
Now she’s headed to the Australian Open for a final three-set thriller against Japan’s Naomi Osaka.
Williams, a five-time Grand Slam champion and one of the most famous tennis players in the world, has now won the U.S. Open four times and the French Open once, and looks to add to her overall career Grand Slam record when she faces Osaka.
Williams has won her previous U.S. Open title here in 2004, 2005 and 2009 and is the oldest woman ever to win grand slam titles at the age of 40.
At her age, Williams is in the prime of her career, having just turned 35.
Serena Williams’ amazing record at the U.S. Open:
2004: Won for the first time in her career
2005: Won U.S. Open for the first time in her career
2009: Won it for the 12th time
2013: Won it for the 10th time
2014: Won it for the 11th time
2015: Won it for the 10th time
2017: Won it for the 10th time
2018: Won it for the