Tennis Player Serena Williams and Bianca Andriscu

Serena Williams Reached in Auckland Classic Final, Bianca Andreescu Withdraws Name From Australian Open


Serena Williams and Bianca Andreescu: 23-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams is one step away from the Auckland Classic 2020 title. Among the best players in the world, famous Serena Williams defeated Amanda Anisimova 6–1, 6–1 on Saturday to advance to the final of the tournament. Serena is now eyeing the first title in three years. Serena will face Caroline Wozniacki in the final, defeating Jessica Pegula 3-6 6-4 6-0 in the second semi-final.


In the match which lasted only 45 minutes, the American players completely dominated. 18-year-old Amanda said before the match that playing a match with Serena would be nothing short of a dream for her. But the match was nothing short of a nightmare for him. Third-seeded Amanda had no response to any of 38-year-old Serena’s shots.

Serena defeated Laura Sigmund to enter the semi-finals of the WTA Auckland Classic. Serena is also in the final of the women’s doubles category of the same tournament, where the match will be played on Sunday.


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Canadian star Bianca Andriscu has decided to withdraw from the Grand Slam Australian Open earlier in the year. She suffered an ankle injury at the end of last season and has not fully recovered from it. US Open champion Andreescu gave this information on Twitter. She tweeted that it was a very difficult decision because I love playing in Melbourne but I have to see about my ankle and body as well.

She further wrote, ‘My rehabilitation is going well. Every day I feel much better and stronger, but after consulting the doctor and talking to my team, I have decided. The rehab process will be ongoing during the Australian Open. World number-6 women’s tennis player Andriscu suffered an ankle injury during the WTA Finals in Shenzhen, China. She also won in Toronto and Indian Wells last year.

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