Coco Goff (World No. 6, USA) won the US Open Women’s Singles, the last major tennis tournament of the year. Goff defeated Arina Sabalenka (world No. 2, Belarus) 2-1 (2-6 6-3 6) in the women’s singles final on the 13th day of the tournament held at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York, USA on the 10th (Korean time). -2) and took the championship trophy in his arms.
Goff thus enjoyed the joy of winning her first major tournament since her professional debut. Previously, her best personal performance in a major competition was runner-up at the French Open last year (2022).
Goff also became the first American player to reach the top of the U.S. Open in six years since Slow Stevens in 2017.
Sabalenka, the winner of this year’s Australian Open, took the lead against Goff by winning the first set in the final. However, Goff took advantage of Sabalenka’s mistake from the second set and launched a counterattack, and with the support of home court fans, he gained strength and took the set to balance the match.
Sabalenka was also injured. With the third set game score leading 4-1, he called a medical timeout due to thigh pain. Goff did not miss this and succeeded in his strategy, ending the finals with a come-from-behind victory.먹튀검증
Goff recorded two unforced errors in the decisive third set, while Sabalenka committed 16.
Goff receives $3 million (about 4.01 billion won) as the winning prize. In addition, Goff, born in 2004, became the 10th player to win the U.S. Open as a teenager with this win. Additionally, they had the upper hand over Sabalenka in their previous record with 4 wins and 2 losses.