US Open 2018: Japanese Nishikori, Osaka make history

Naomi Osaka US Open

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"It's just there's a lot of energy - and then you come back to the hotel very angry because everyone just makes you angry. like, 'Oh, why are these people walking so slow?'"

Naomi Osaka took her place in the semifinal with a win over Lesia Tsurenko in straight sets on Wednesday.

To get to Saturday's championship match, the 20th seed will have to get past either USA 14th seed Madison Keys or Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro. When I was with her, she was a little bit more outgoing. But her killer instinct sets her apart.

Tsurenko didn't appear bothered by the conditions, but whether it was her health or just first-time jitters, she was off from the minute she stepped onto the court at Arthur Ashe Stadium. In her third-round match, she was even quicker, dominating Aliaksandra Sasnovich, 6-0, 6-0, in 50 minutes.

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A couple of loose points gifted Kanepi a break in the first game of the second set, however, and she couldn't get back on terms. Serena Williams survived her first test of the US Open to reach the quarter-finals in NY for the 15th time .

Madison Keys, the highest remaining women's seed in the US Open, joined fellow American Serena Williams in the semifinals after beating Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro 6-4, 6-3 on Wednesday.

She has made it to the final four at three of the past five Grand Slam tournaments but is still seeking her first major championship.

Having said this, not only will Osaka need to overcome nerves potentially, but she'll also have to get her first win over Keys in her fourth head to head meeting. I was up 4-1 and he came back. "It would be really cool". She was rather more comfortable in dispatching the 18-year-old Claire Liu 6-3 6-1. Williams' serve has been excellent so far in NY and she has a healthy lead at the top of the ace race with 60.

Despite being two wins shy of what years ago would have seemed like an improbable title, Sevastova refuses to look beyond her semi-final battle. At the following tournament in Miami, she beat Williams, her idol, with Williams's former longtime hitting partner Sascha Bajin as her coach.

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The crisis soon deepened for Tsurenko, who had needed the best part of three hours on Monday to beat Czech teenager Marketa Vondrousova in a match where she nearly collapsed due to heat exhaustion.

"She does a really good job. of holding the baseline and redirecting the ball", Keys said. "I'm grateful that I had that experience".

Madison Keys of the US celebrates match point against Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain in a quarterfinal match on day ten of the 2018 U.S. Open tennis tournament at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. "You know, being out in front of an energetic crowd is always fun", Keys said in an on-court interview.

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