Sharapova Knocked Out of US Open by Navarro


Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro defeated Russian star Maria Sharapova 6-4, 6-3 to earn her place in the quarter-finals of the US Open tennis tournament.

Naomi Osaka reached her first grand slam quarter-final with a 6-3 2-6 6-4 victory over fellow 20-year-old Aryna Sabalenka.

Up next for Suarez Navarro is the USA tennis player Madison Keys. "This is the way that I can play really good tennis", Suarez Navarro said.

The tears were also a legacy of the most painful result of her career in NY two years ago when she lost to Keys from 5-1 up in the final set.

Keys had a nifty 25 winners to 15 unforced errors, and when asked if she would watch the Sharapova-Suarez Navarro match, said, "I'm going to go actually eat dinner in the city instead". "I've watched all of her matches in the US Open this year". Tsurenko, who won a WTA title in each of the past four years, credited the "good experience of playing night matches with high humidity" in Acapulco for her convincing streak in Flushing Meadows that made her celebrate the 25th win of the year, the second against a lefty opponent.

With the win, Navarro snapped the streak and advanced to her second US Open quarterfinal - her first since 2013 - with the straight-sets win against Sharapova, who was trying to reach the quarterfinals or better in NY for the first time since 2012.

"I just tried to be focused".

During lengthy exchanges from the baseline, Sharapova often blinked first, although a couple of times the righty managed to switch her racket to her left hand for a desperation shot to extend a point.

'Yeah, the belief is not something that I'm eager to show everybody else. Sharapova posted 38 unforced errors on Monday night, compared to just 20 from Suarez Navarro.

Maria Sharapova's US Open ends at hands of Carla Suárez Navarro
Sharapova's US Open run comes to an end

"It will be a really tough match. Those are all the things that I think we all know going into a match-up against someone like Carla".

Twenty-time Grand Slam singles champion Roger Federer was stunned by unheralded Australian John Millman 3-6, 7-5, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (3) in the fourth round of the US Open.

Sharapova, seeded 22nd, had been 22-0 under the lights in Arthur Ashe Stadium.

But, thanks to an insane rally, she quickly tied the set back up.

The Japanese next plays unseeded Ukrainian Lesia Tsurenko, who struggled with the heat in her 6-7 (3-7) 7-5 6-2 defeat of Czech teenager Marketa Vondrousova, who accused the Ukrainian of putting on an act.

"When I was a break down in the final set I thought I would even break a leg if needed so I could get to every ball".

She was beaten by world number 12 Garbine Muguruza 6-2 6-1 in the last eight at the French Open this year in a one-sided match. I've never felt so bad on court.

Djokovic did his part, improving his flawless record in US Open fourth-round contests to 11-0, leaving it to Federer - who will take on Australian John Millman in the late contest on Arthur Ashe Stadium court - to give the fans what would be a hotly anticipated matchup.

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