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Australian Open women’s doubles Kreichkova Sniakova reverses New Year’s 11-game winning streak 2-1 to win the fourth crown_Finals_Lina_Grand Slam

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Original title: Australian Open women’s doubles Kreichkova Sniakova 2-1 reversed the 11th consecutive victory in New Year’s Eve to win the fourth crown

On January 30, Beijing time, the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament of the 2022 season, entered the final match day. In the women’s doubles final that ended first, top-seeded Kreichkova/Sniakova staged an extreme reversal after losing a set first, defeating 6-7(3), 6-4, 6-4. The undefeated big black Madanilina/Maiya won the fourth Grand Slam women’s doubles championship since the pairing with 11 consecutive victories on the New Year’s Eve, and also made up for the regret of hating the final here last year.

The women’s doubles final is between world No. 1, Tokyo Olympic champion, top-seeded Kreichkova/Sniakova and the big dark horse, Sydney Classic champion Danilina/Maiya, who suddenly burst out this season. Since the year-end finals last year, it has achieved ten consecutive victories across the year, and the latter has remained unbeaten in nine games since the beginning of the cooperation season.

In the first set, Kreichkova/Sniakova took the lead in serving. They took the lead in the 3rd game, but then they broke the opponent’s game point in the 8th game, and the score came to 4-4. . The 11th and 12th innings exchanged a serve, and the game was dragged into a tiebreaker. In the tie-break, Danilina/Maiya succeeded in three mini-breaks as soon as they came up, hit a 6-0, the world No. 1 chased 3 points, but still lost 3-7, Danilina/Maiya Head to head with a score of 7-6.

In the second set, Danilina/Maiya took the lead in serving, Kreichkova/Snyakova broke the opponent’s difficult point and established a 2-0 lead after securing the serve. . In the 6th game, the world‘s No. 1 serving game saved a thrilling break point, and then stably defended his 10th game to win the game and regained a city with a score of 6-4.

In the deciding set, Danilina/Maiya took the lead in serving. In the 4th game, Kreichkova/Snyakova saved the break point and struggled to secure the serve, and then the morale soared, twice in the 5th and 7th game. The break succeeded and led quickly 5-2. At this time, Danilina/Maiya suddenly awakened. They easily broke the opponent’s serve to win the game, and after securing the serve, they approached the score to 4-5. In the crucial 10th game, Kreichkova/Snyakova did not miss the chance again, and after withstood the pressure of 30-30, they maintained their serve and played the next set with the same score of 6-4, with a big score of 2-1. The reversal ended the opponent’s nine-game winning streak, bringing the 11-game winning streak across the season to the top of Melbourne.

This is the fourth Grand Slam women’s doubles title won by Kreichkova and Sniakova together, and it is also the second consecutive year that they have reached the Australian Open women’s doubles final. Last year, they went 2-6 in the final. , The 3-6 defeat was taken by Mertens/Sabarenka, but in the semi-finals they revenge defeated the combination of Mertens and Kudermetova. Their current record in the Grand Slam finals is 4 wins and 1 loss. Sniakova has reached the Grand Slam women’s doubles final for the sixth time. In the 2017 US Open, she partnered with compatriot Hradka to enter the women’s doubles final, but lost to Hingis/Zhan Yongran.Return to Sohu, see more


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