Williams cracks an 118mph unreturnable serve, then nets a backhand from the baseline for 15-all. Certainly one of the best things to come out of American Television in the 1990s.
Most popular. Osaka then nets a forehand and Williams holds. Elaine Benes. User Reviews.
It's not fair. Williams rips a 117mph ace down the middle for 30-15, but follows with a double fault for 30-all. This is about to get ugly. Naturally, Williams does come to the next on the next point and rips a backhand passing winner for 40-30, but Osaka closes out the hold with the unreturnable serve.
But Osaka responds with four quick points capped by a 106mph ace out wide for the easy hold of serve. Share this Rating Title: Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! Kramer Jason Alexander... Let's not boo. Break-pont chance for Williams and Osaka with a laser-guided forehand winner down the line to cap a 19-stroke rally, the longest of the day so far.
Peet hit the water cooler. Peet, who wore a gray sweatshirt, blue leggings and a high ponytail, is a wobbly tennis player. S erena pleading with tournament officials after being given the game penalty.
Osaka looking frustrated. But she was still weeping at the changeover before Osaka stepped up, shrugging off all the controversy, and produced her own near-flawless service game.
Forget 2009, you know. On playing Osaka: Williams won the toss and has elected to serve first.
Keith Heather Medway... She looks extremely focused, as Osaka tries to keep her cool.