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Australian Barty, who fell to 21-year-old Kenin in the semi-finals, retained her position as world number one ahead of Simona Halep, who replaced Karolina Pliskova, ousted in the third round.
Sofia Kenin came from a set down to edge a thrilling Australian Open final against Garbine Muguruza and clinch her first Grand Slam title. The 21-year-old was punished for struggling to find.Along with the likes of 15-year-old US sensation Gauff, who again shone in Melbourne before losing to Kenin, and 22-year-old Swiss star Belinda Bencic, ranked number seven in the world before the Australian Open, these are the young players increasingly shaping women’s tennis.The 21-year-old Kenin, seeded 14th at Melbourne Park, converted her second matchpoint against the twice Grand Slam champion, who double faulted on the final point, to end an engrossing contest that lasted more than two hours.
Sofia Kenin, the latest Grand Slam champion on the WTA after winning the 2020 Australian Open, has a thing or two to prove when the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships gets under way on Monday.Read More
Kenin and Gauff, who were each seeking a maiden Grand Slam quarterfinal appearance, battled in a highly competitive clash for two hours and nine minutes, but in the end, it was 21-year-old Kenin who was sturdier down the stretch to reach the elite eight at a major event for the first time.Read More
Sofia Kenin is an international professional American women’s tennis player. Her full name is Sofia Anna “Sonya” Kenin. Her full name is Sofia Anna “Sonya” Kenin. She was named in the WTA most improved Player of the year in 2019.Read More
Last year Kenin took out Serena Williams from the French Open and chalked up a tour-leading 38 wins on hard courts. But Kenin's win over Barty confirmed the 21-year-old's arrival on the big stage.Read More
Tennis celebrated another brilliant young female star in Melbourne as 21-year-old Sofia Kenin defeated Garbine Muguruza to win the Australian Open title.Read More
The year ended with Kenin already in the top 50 of the world. The 21-year-old continued her rise in the tennis world in the following year. The title at Hobart International meant she now had her maiden WTA title. She made her mark at the biggest stage as well, pushing Simona Halep to the very brink in the second round of the Australian Open.Read More
During the Australian Open video footage emerged on social media of a seven-year-old Kenin being interviewed about her tennis ambitions. Kenin, who also goes by the first name Sonya, explained in.Read More
Kenin might have been overlooked by some before, when younger Americans such as 15-year-old Coco Gauff and 18-year-old Amanda Anisimova were making deep runs at majors and gaining all the attention.Read More
An adorable photo of a young Sofia Kenin hugging Anna Kournikova has gained new life on social media as the American follows in the former tennis star’s footsteps.Read More
The video shows a wide-eyed seven-year-old Kenin describe, with unshakeable belief, how she would return Roddick's missile of a first serve. The video surfaced when the Tennis Channel posted it in.Read More