Top-seeded Player Serena Williams Holds the Trophy with Majestic Performance

Serena Williams flounce good friend Caroline Wozniacki 6-3 6-3 in the US open final on Sunday to go ahead in the record with her 18th Grand Slam Title. Serena Williams performs majestic tennis on Sunday 7 September to confront the Angelique Kerber in straight sets 7-6 6-3 and won the 2014 Bank Of The West Classic title in Stanford. For Serena 32-year old, it was her third straight and sixth overall US open crown and her18 career slams getting her beside the Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova for fourth position in the record.

Serena Said, “I have been trying to reach it for so long, since last year” while winching her first Grand Slam trophy. “I didn’t really think I would get there. I definitely didn’t think I was going to win a slam this year. Every time I win here and it is really special moment for me.”

For wozniacki, it was not pleasure since it was another annoying end to a hopeful fort night for the 10th seed as she once again left flushing pasture empty-handed. In order side, for the Serena Williams the title of Grand Slam comes with the gigantic pay-day who pocketed the $3 million winner’s purse along with a $1 million bonus for winning the series of hard court tournament that form the buildup to the Slam. She received her cheques and joined on court by Navratilova and Evert, who gifted her with 18-carat gold tiffany bracelet as a newest member for the Grand Slam club.

It is bit challenging part of the match for Serena emerged to be defeating a player she calls her best friends. But once the match starts, Serena Williams proved it there are no friendships on the court as she simply beaten her 24-year old challenger, firing 29 winners to just four by the Dane. Williams held the Wozniacki first serve before the two players fight through the run of breaks with the American taking a 5-2 lead. William would keep up the stress with a break to open the second and by the end had a bushed Wozoniacki running from corner to corner.