Sabalenka’s Triumph: 5th Woman Since 2000 to Sweep Australian Open Sets

In a remarkable display of dominance, Aryna Sabalenka etched her name into the annals of Australian Open history, becoming only the fifth woman since 2000 to claim the title without dropping a set. Joining the elite ranks of Lindsay Davenport, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, and Ash Barty, Sabalenka’s emphatic victory solidifies her status as a force to be reckoned with on the tennis court.

The Path to Victory:

Facing off against Qinwen Zheng in the final, Sabalenka showcased her prowess, securing a commanding 6-3, 6-2 triumph. This resounding win marked not only her second Australian Open title but also an impressive record of 14 sets won and none lost throughout the tournament.

Historic Achievement:

Sabalenka’s feat is not only a personal milestone but also a historic achievement for women’s tennis. She became the first woman since Victoria Azarenka in 2013 to successfully defend the Australian Open title. This accomplishment adds another layer to Sabalenka’s burgeoning legacy in the sport.

Consistent Dominance:

The Belarusian powerhouse’s performance in Melbourne was nothing short of spectacular. Winning 28 of her last 29 sets at the Australian Open, Sabalenka’s consistent dominance underscores her exceptional skill, mental fortitude, and ability to navigate the challenges of a Grand Slam tournament with ease.

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