2016 Angelique Kerber vs. Karolina Pliskova
The matchup of Angelique Kerber and Karolina Pliskova was a surprise for the 2016 US Open Women's Final after Pliskova defeated the favorite Serena Williams in the semifinals. Kerber went into the finals match as a favorite as this was Pliskova’s first grand slam final. Kerber took the first set with 6-3 but Pliskova fought back in the second set but once they headed into the deciding third set Kerber took control of the game in a love game. This was Kerber’s first US Open title and defended her No. 1 women’s rankings.
2014 Serena Williams vs. Caroline Wozniacki
Serena Williams advanced to her 4th consecutive US Open Tennis Women’s Singles Finals in 2014. Williams did not lose a set the entire tournament and put forth one of the most dominating performances of her career. She took on the 10th seeded Caroline Wozniacki was made her 2nd US Open Finals appearance. Wozniacki was played equally as dominant, only dropping 2 sets coming into the final. But it was all about Serena, as she dominated the final, taking home her record tying 6th US Open Tennis Women’s Singles Finals championship.
2013 Serena Williams vs. Victoria Azarenka
The 2013 US Open Women’s singles final was a rematch of the 2012 final and featured the number 1 and 2 ranked players in the world. Victoria Azerenka came into the match brimming with confidence after winning the Australian Open earlier in the year. Williams was having an equally as successful season, winning the French Open only a few months prior. The match was one of the most exciting of the year, going 3 sets, with the first 2 being decided by a tie-breaker. Williams would eventually defeat Azerenka for a 2nd straight season, winning her 5th US Open Tennis Women’s Singles Finals championship.
2012 Serena Williams vs. Victoria Azarenka
Victoria Azarenka came into the 2012 US Open Women’s Singles Final playing the best tennis of her career. She was ranked number 1 in the world and had won the first major of her carreer earlier that season at the Australian Open. Serena Williams was having another banner season as well, winning her 5th Wimbledon title only a few months prior. The match between them was one of the tightest in recent US Open Finals history, going a full 3 sets with the final set going to tie-breaker. Serena would with the 3rd set 7-5 to clinch a 4th US Open Tennis Women’s Singles Finals championship.
US Open Tennis Womens Singles Semis & Finals Event Guide
Where are the Semi’s and Finals matches played?
There are over 30 tennis courts at the USTA National Tennis Center, but both Semi-final games and the women’s final will be played at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Arthur Ashe Stadium is the premier tennis venue in the United States and attending a match there has an unbelievable atmosphere.
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