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Serena Williams wins 19th grand slam by beating Sharapova

America tennis star Serena Williams has beaten Maria Sharapova in the final of 2015 Australian Open. It was a high drama and full of excitement final between these two high class women’s on the court. Serena defeated Sharapova by 6-3, 7-6 (7-5) to win 19th grand slam of her career.

Serena williams wins 19th grand slam by defeating Maria Sharapova.

Winning this Australian Open Serena maintained her dominance and won Australian Open 6th time. It was her 19th grand slam. Serena Williams also maintain her dominance over Maria Sharapova as this was 19th occasion when these two ere facing each other on tennis court. Serena defeated Sharapova 17th time as Maria failed to win tonight at Melbourne Park.

It was one of the best finals of Australian Open in which Serena won the championship in tie-braker. The match go down to one hour, 50 minutes. Both players played aggressive tennis but a fact is Maria Sharapova was somewhere lacking in the defence. Maria gave excellent fight to no. one Serena but couldn’t win the tournament.

Maria Sharapova congratulated Serena. She said, “First of all I gotta congratulate Serena on creating history…it’s an honour playing against her.”

Russian Star also accepts that she didn’t play at her best tonight. she said, “It wasn’t quite enough today, but I’m proud of the effort. I’ve had some of the best memories of my career on this court (RLA).”

On the other hand 6th Australian Open winner Serena praised Sharapova’s effort and the game she played tonight. Serena Williams mentions that Maria played really good tennis tonight and gave me tough challenge. She said, “I have to congratulate Maria…she really pushed me tonight… She played a great match… not only for you guys but for tennis.”

After winning the 19th grand slam, Serena also believed that she never thought of reaching such kind of milestone. United States star becomes the oldest women to win such kind of Australian Open final.

Serena said, “Standing here with 19 championships is something I never thought would happen. I’m so honoured to be here in tonight in front of one of my favourite stadiums…you all support me every year.”

“I love you back,” Serena said to a cheeky word back to a fan.

The happiness of Serena showed when she accepted that this was her longest speech ever after winning a grand slam. She said, “I think this is the longest speech I’ve ever given..I hope you’ll bare with me!”

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