Serena Jameka Williams ranked No.1 world tennis player in singles on six separate occasions by ‘The Women’s Tennis Association’ soared high up on the court routing Agnieszka Radwanska in the Australian Open semi finals Thursday 28th Jan 2016 .
As it rained Playing at Rod Laver Arena, Williams was pouring winners onto the court, hitting four in the first game alone to break Radwanska out of the gates 6-0, 6-4. She won the first set in 21 minutes, closing it out with a forehand winner, her 18th untouched ball of the set.
Serena Williams played incredibly with such power and speed, she relentlessly rendered Radwanska utterly helpless in one of the biggest stadiums in the world, Rod Laver Arena. In fact Serena Williams cleared the major semi final hurdle with plenty of room to spare soaring over it.
Williams was denied a piece of history in September when Roberta Vinci, the world No. 43, shocked her in the semi finals of the U.S. Open, Williams was two wins away from completing the calendar Grand Slam. The diva came back with super energy and she’s got the wheel this time.
The 34 year old who is arguably the greatest women’s player of all time, vies for a record-equalling 22nd grand slam title this Saturday. Standing in her way is a German Graf’s countrywoman Angelique Kerber, Williams will face Kerber who ended the unexpected run of Britain’s Johanna Konta 7-5 6-2.
Williams is definitely untouchable in this season, according to Tomasz Wiktorowski “When she plays like she did in the first set, I think she is unbeatable.”
“Mentally I needed that break after the U.S. Open,” Williams said on court after the win. “It just feels so good; I didn’t think that I would do this well this fast. I’m really excited to be in another final. It just blows my mind right now. So lets just keep our hands crossed for our star come Saturday.