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US Open 2015 tennis semifinal: Serena Williams stunned by Roberta Vinci

US Open 2015 tennis semifinal: Serena Williams stunned by Roberta Vinci

US Open 2015 tennis semifinal: Serena Williams stunned by Roberta Vinci 

Many thought that Serena Williams vs Venus Williams quarter final match will be the beSerena Williams Wimbledon 2015st match of the tournament thus far. But it was not to be and proved a dud that Serena Williams won rather very easily.

There is no denying the fact that Venus Williams is past her prime and expecting miracles from her seems to be too far-fetched an imagination. And so the people who were expecting tough fight between the two sisters were sorely disappointed.

Now as the top seeded American tennis star readies to fight unseeded Roberta Vinci of Italy in the women’s singles semifinals of US Open 2015, no one is in doubt as to who will reach the finals. there is no denying the fact that for Serena it is going to be a cakewalk and that she will win the match within less than an hour.

To be true the much anticipated match at Arthur Ashe Stadium was postponed when heavy rains came into play. Now Serena Williams vs Roberta Vinci can be seen on Sky Sports across the world. If you are eager to watch the American tennis star in action live you can watch live streaming on the Official Website of Ten Sports at www.tensports.com. The live scoreboard and telecast of US Open 2015 is available on the Live Tennis TV.

Serena Williams has already won all the three majors this year and with the US Open crown in sight she is going to recreate the sensation that was done by Steffi Graph in the year 1988. Compared to her last match the semifinal is very easy. The opponent Serena next plays against is unseeded. Yes, Roberta Vinci’s US Open 2015 campaign could not have been more thrilling. Joining her countrywoman and 26th seed Flavia Pennetta, the 32-year-old Vinci ousted ten year younger player Kristina Mladenovic in a marathon battle for a berth in last four. But scaling a task like Serena will require nothing less than a miracle. Serena leads a 4-0 head-to-head record. So stay tuned.

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