The amazing performance of some of the matches lined up at the U.S. Open could get even more crazier as things are only beginning for the top tennis players in Flushing Meadows, New York. Here are some of the matches of the U.S. Open 2015 in case you wanted to make sure that the crazy matches really did happen.
Andy Murray vs. Nick Kyrgios
The third seeded Britain Andy Murray won an exhilarating match against Australian Nick Kyrgios in an amazing exchange of power, shared BBC. “It was tough and I had to do a lot of running in very humid conditions,” Murray said according to BBC. “I’m getting old now – 28 years old. I need to get in the ice bath and cool off a bit,” he said after he finishing the match. Andy Murray will then face off with Frenchman Adrian Mannarino this Thursday.
Serena Williams vs. Kiki Bertens
In another superb match, Serena Williams takes another step to her first Grand Slam over a powerful win against Kiki Bertens in the second round of the U.S. Open, according to BBC. The tennis superstar has always been given a challenge in much of her Grand Slam year showing slow starts, but it doesn’t stop her from reaching her ultimate goal. “It doesn’t worry me. I think being down a lot, I know I can try to make a comeback,” she said according to BBC.
Coco Vandeweghe outburst
Unfortunately, a disappointed Coco Vandeweghe didn’t take her match against Bethanie Mattek-Sands empathically. Having gone five games down to American Mattek-Sands in their second-round match, Vandeweghe couldn’t control her emotions any longer and furiously pounded it to the ground, posted by the Sidney Morning Herald. In the end, Mattek-Sands took the game over the enraged Vandeweghe and will move on to the third round.
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Here are the scheduled matches for the next?round of the U.S. Open 2015:
2nd round: V. Azarenka vs. Y. Wickmayer (Sept. 3, 11PM)
2nd round: T. Belluci vs. Y. Nishioka (Sept. 3, 11PM)
2nd round: S. Wawrinka vs. H. Chung (Sept. 4, 1AM)