Canadian Teen, Bianca Andreescu Defeats Serena Williams In The US Open Final 2019.

The 19-year-old Canadian teenager, brings her absolute best tennis game to defeat 37-year-old American professional tennis player Serena Williams 6-3, 7-5 on saturday, becoming Canada's first-ever Grand Slam champion in singles.

The 15th seeded Andreescu who defeated Taylor Townsend, Caroline Wozniacki, Kirsten Flipkens, and Katie Volynets on her way to the final, makes a victorious gesture with her fists and congratulates Williams for a good performance giving her a hug, She falls to the ground, with her arms spread wide, as she processed the victory.
She then rised to her feet and made a heart shape with her hands before climbing a ladder to get into her players box and hug her parents. 

"This year has been a dream come true," Andreescu told the crowd."

"I am beyond grateful and truly blessed. I've worked really hard for this moment. To play on this stage against Serena - a true legend of the sport - is amazing."

"I know you guys really wanted Serena to win, but I am so sorry." She added.

Andreescu who hasn't been born when Serena won her first US Open, becomes the first teenager to win their maiden Slam since Russian Sharapova at Wimbledon in 2004.

Serena Williams who was aiming to tie Magaret Court's all-time record of 24 Grand Slam title, left the home crowd Stunned and disappointed after loosing  now a four successive major finals.

         "Bianca played an unbelievable match," Williams said. "I'm so proud and happy for you, it was incredible tennis match out there."

The Duchess of Sussex, Meaghan Markle, was in Williams player's box sitting next to her coach, alongside tennis great John McEnroe and Serena's sister Venus Williams with other notable celebrities who were in attendance to cheer Serena.

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