The world number 1 was surprised in the round of 16 of Wimbledon this Monday, by Alison Riske (3-6, 6-2, 6-3). This is the end of a long series for the Australian, who had not lost a set since Roland Garros.
The end of the adventure. And a long series of 15 ranked wins for Ashleigh Barty. The world number 1 arrived on the grass in London and was a big favorite for the final victory. At least until Monday and an unexpected stopping point against the American Alison Riske only 55th world.
A duel that had started ideally with a Barty in full confidence, which began with 4 aces! Impeccable, the Australian quickly won the first leg 6-3, and at that moment, nothing seemed to stop it. And then everything changed. The first mistakes multiplied and the problem, initially punctual, suddenly amplified. The world number 1 ended up letting go of the second run, which had not happened to him since his semi-final at Roland-Garros.
A first ever Great Slam quarter-final awaits …
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The spring then broke definitively. Without resources, neither physical nor mental, the laureate of Roland-Garros seemed to completely undergo the end of this meeting. Opposite, Alison Riske, victorious at 's-Hertogenbosch and therefore at ease on grass, perfectly played the blow by continuing to press the accelerator to break at 4-3 and finish on his service without ever shaking. This is the perfect shot for the American, who, for her first quarter-final in a Major, will find a certain Serena Williams.
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