Australian Open : Naomi Osaka beat Jennifer Brady 6-4 6-3 to win
The victory over 22-seeded American player Osaka over a flooded Rod Laver Arena gave the Japanese a fourth major crown.
Naomi Osaka gave Jennifer Brady a lesson in Grand Slam tennis as she won 6-4 6-3 to win her second Australian Open title on Saturday and stand her as the new queen of the women's game.
The victory over 22-seeded American player Osaka over a flooded Rod Laver Arena gave the Japanese a fourth major crown. Those hoping for a repeat of the pair in the US Open semi-finals last year felt disappointed as Brady left it in view of his first chance. Grand Slam Final.
Third-seeded Osaka lost none of their best tennis, but it was enough as they won six straight games to take the first set and take a 4–0 lead in the second.
Brady resisted some resistance to break Osaka against the flow of the game and returned to 5-3. But the American bowed to him when he started, to blow up his racket with errors. Sosaka lovingly made the match fall out of love with Sealing. This is when Brady threw a long forehand return.