Live Stream all Serena Williams’ matches during Australian Open 2016
Serena Williams is one of the most winning female players of all time and she is of course defending champion from Down Under. She has won the tournament six times and is ranked second after Margaret Smith Court who won 11 titles at the Australian Open. Serena Williams has a shot at another win and you can live streame her way to it her!
The most successful woman in tennis is undoubtedly Serena Williams. Serena has won everything and continues despite her age, dominating the WTA Tour. Serena Williams won her first Grand Slam in 1999 and in 2014 she won the same tournament again. She is very happy at home and has won the US Open 6 times in total. Serena Williams has won the Australian Open six times, Wimbledon five times and French Open 2 times. Serena Williams has won everything.
Serena Williams was born September 26, 1981. She has a full-sister and three half sisters, her full sister is the famous Venus Williams who also had a successful tennis career. Serena Williams started playing tennis with her sister and soon became successful. Venus won her first US Open at the age of seventeen, and the success story continues today.
Serena Williams has several strengths, but her principal weapon is her serve. Serena has a huge first serve which is extremely difficult to return. She has served at 206 km / h and only her sister Venus has been able to get up to these levels. Serena also has a great forehand which she uses after a successful serve. Serena usually controls the game from the baseline, and likes to put the opponent in motion through harsh and highly targeted ground strokes.
Serena has only a few years left in the world elite, but as long as she continues, she will be a strong competitor in the title battle. Williams is in great physical shape and she would easily be able to continue until she is 40 years old. Serena Williams has several interests outside tennis and she is probably facing the end of her career right now. However, there are few records she is hungry for, 20 Grand Slams would be great for the American player, the question is whether she can make it.
Australian Open Women’s Singles FinalAfter two weeks of exciting tennis action, 128 players have been whittled down to two as the best of the tournament prepare to face each other in the Women’s Singles Final of the Australian Open.Those two players are American world number one and defending champion Serena Williams and German seventh seed Angelique Kerber, who will be playing in her first ever Grand Slam Final. Here, we will take preview the Final and take a look at how these two great players made it through to the Championship match. Serena Williams came into this tournament nursing a knee injury that had forced her to retire from her first tournament of the season, The Hopman Cup, in the first week of January. The swelling had gone down by the time the first round of the first Grand Slam of the season rolled around but there were still serious concerns over her fitness. She put an end to any doubt quickly by performing brilliantly in her first match and has gone from strength to strength as the tournament has gone on. She comes into this Women’s Singles Final without dropping a set and looking pretty unbeatable as she looks to win her seventh Australian Open title. Her opponent, Angelique Kerber, had never been past the fourth round of this tournament before but has performed as good as ever to reach the Final on her ninth visit to Melbourne. Last year, she went out in the first round and after dropping the first set of her first round match this year, she was in danger of history repeating itself. She showed great mental... read more
Women’s Singles Semi FinalistsThe excitement at the Australian Open is hotting up as we reach the Semi Final stage. The first in the Women’s Singles will see defending champion and top seed Serena Williams taking on Polish fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska, whilst the second sees unseeded Australian born Brit Johanna Konta take on German seventh seed Angelique Kerber. Here is a look at the four women hoping to book a place in the Final. Serena Williams came into the tournament nursing injuries and with huge concerns over her fitness. Any fears she may have had will be completely gone now after dominating all five of her opponents to reach the last four without dropping a single set. The six-time champion will be most people’s tip to lift the title again, and looks like she is playing better with every match that passes. Agnieszka Radwanska will be playing in the Semi Finals for the second time in her career, after reaching the same stage in 2014. She has only dropped one set during the tournament so far, the first of her fourth round match, but has looked comfortable in the remainder of her matches. She easily brushed aside tenth seed Carla Suarez-Navarro in the Quarter Final and comes into the last four looking in great form. Johanna Konta beat Shuai Zhang in straight sets to become the first British woman to reach a Grand Slam Semi Final since Jo Durie in 1983. The 24-year-old, ranked 47th in the WTA, started the tournament with a straight sets win over eighth seed Venus Williams and has gone from strength to strength since then. She is... read more
Will Serena bounce back in Melbourne?The tennis year is over, but already the players have begun to prepare for the first big event of 2016- Australian Open. From the 18 – 30 January a total of 128 players will compete in the women’s edition of the Australian Open. The big question of that tournament is whether Serena Williams can bounce back from the disappointment of not winning the US Open 2015 ore she wil face the struggle she had in 2014? The 34-year-old American has held the world no. 1 ranking for almost three straight years, and recently came two wins away from capturing a legendary Calendar Grand Slam at the US Open. Although she had an astonishing season the lost semifinal in New York caused her to end her season immediately afterwards, and is was clear to everybody that follows tennis that Serena felt the blow of that loss more than she had felt the joy of any of her many other successes. Another player who will be someone to follow in Melbourne is Victoria Azarenka. The two-time Australian Open champion returned from a previous season wrecked with injuries end personal struggles in 2015, and fought her way back to the top. Although she never claimed a title, Azarenka did not look far from her brilliant best nearer the end of the year to approaching her form of... read more
Williams withdraws herself from SingaporeThe worlds best female tennis player, Serena Williams, has decided to withdraw herself from the sport until next year. Serena justified her decision by saying that she needed to rest her body and she is therefore withdrawing from both China Open and the end season in Singapore. According to sources she is “taking a proactive step and withdrawing from tournaments in Beijing and Singapore to properly address my health and take the time to heal.“ It’s the worlds eight greatest tennis players that participate in the end season in Singapore. Maria Sharapova has also withdrawn herself from the... read more
US Open 2015: AftermathDespite our expectations, Serena Williams did not manage to beat Roberta Vinci in the semifinals which means she did not win this edition of US Open. Serena was set as the big favorit in this match so it came as a surprise to everyone. When you compare stats between the two it’s quite obvious why it was such a chock: Vinci has lost 24 matches in 2015 whileas Serena Williams has lost 22 matches in the past 10 year! Even more frustrating, the italian Roberta Vinci got beaten in the semifinals by Flavia Pennetta another Italian tennis player. We hope you enjoyed our us open live streaming services. Come back soon for Davis Cup 2015 Live Stream. On the Men’s Singles side it is a lot less surprising to see the legendary Novak Djokovic as winner of Us Open 2015. In deed, Roger Federer did his best however still got defeated by Djokovic. Federer had the following to say: “I’m pleased with how my game’s at. I feel that it’s still moving in the right direction and that is thanks to a great team. They make me work hard in a good way. I love the sport. I have a lot of passion. I’ll see you guys next... read more
- Born: 26 September 1981
- Club: –
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1995
- Active: Yes
- WTA ranking: 1