Den Sieg gegen die Italienerin Camila Giorgi musste sich die derzeit beste deutsche Tennisspielerin hart erkämpfen. Am Montag trifft Kerber nun. Alexander Zverev ist bei den Australien Open in Melbourne erstmals und souverän ins Viertelfinale eingezogen. Angelique Kerber unterlag. Im Juniorinneneinzel der Australian Open schied sie erneut in der ersten Runde aus. Im Mai verlor sie das Finale im ITF-Turnier von Monzón gegen.
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The newly-crowned grand-slam champion took to the water just after 9am after spending the time since her win celebrating.
She also told media she has had trouble sleeping since she took out the grand-slam. She was joined by 'Euro Sport' commentator Matthias Stach, who had apparently lost a bet with the star.
Kerber is not the first Australian Open winner by jumping in to the city's river, in Boris Becker took a dip, and a year later Jim Courier and his coach Brad Stine took the plunge.
Angelique Kerber caused a stir when she beat Serena Williams in the first grand-slam of the year, stopping the champion player from reaching a record-breaking grand-slam wins.
The tennis star didn't put her head under- her top knot as dry after her swim as it was before. The German, who was relatively unknown outside her home country before Saturday night's clash, has risen to number two in the world thanks to her spectacular win.
She is one of the most well liked players on the tour and has thousands of fans on social media, where she does not shy away from posting fun selfies.
A glance through her Twitter profile, which has more than , followers, shows her leaping in the streets of Times Square, bike-riding in Paris and scuba diving in the Maldives on the off season.
She stopped Serena Williams from reaching a record-breaking 22 grand-slam wins. Open semi-finals in when she was the world Kerber then solidified her place as one of the world's best players by reaching the Wimbledon semi-finals and winning six career titles.
She has thousands of fans on social media and often posts pictures of herself on holiday. She is one of the most well liked players on the tour and often posts fun pictures on Twitter.
The left-hander was the first German woman in the final at Melbourne Park since Anke Huber in and is the first to win the tournament since Steffi Graf in Unsurprisingly Graf is her idol and she spent time training with the record-breaking champion at her home in Las Vegas.
Kerber celebrated her 28th birthday on the first day of the Melbourne tournament and tweeted pictures of her posing on one of the city's beautiful bridges and getting in some practice.
In an emotional post-match interview, Kerber said that in the lead-up to the tournament Graf has said she was 'hoping for me and thinking of me'.
Governing body Tennis Australia, in a statement on Wednesday, said that the conditions were being monitored and further decisions would be made after consulting the medical team and scientists.
Home Tennis. Disqus Comments Loading For Williams, 46 errors was half as many again as the total in her six previous matches. Williams missed short, long and wide.
She filled the court with her squeals and screams of self-excoriation. Sometimes, you would have sworn Kerber's lefthandedness disoriented her; she hit to Kerber's backhand, realising only as the ball passed over the net that it was fore.
The angles were all different, and Kerber kept measuring them off. As the match took its shape and direction, Kerber could see what she would have known beforehand, that all she had to do was to keep the ball in play.
It is a big "all". But with deceptive poise, and then reassurance, and then aplomb, she did. Williams won the second set on force of tennis personality, but she never really gathered up her game.
She tried to change the rhythm of the match by looming large at the net, but one ball clipped it and hit her in the face. In the balance: Angelique Kerber hits a return during the final.
Kerber's self-belief visibly grew, and did not waver even when Williams threatened one last sabre charge. Aptly, the final point of the match and championship was a Williams volley that flew too long.
In the moment, Kerber looked even more shocked than Williams. Having pinched the title, she dared not pinch herself.
The American was gracious, rounding the net to hug Kerber in her own court. She had never lost a major final that went three sets, and she had only lost to three players — twice to her sister Venus U.
Open Kerber had a chance to serve for the match at in the third but couldn't hold. Williams had a chance to level but dropped her serve, too.
It finished when she hit a forehand volley long on championship point, her 46th unforced error. Kerber dropped her racket on the court and lay flat on her back as Williams walked around the net to embrace her.
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