At 43, Venus Williams Achieves An Impressive Comeback In Her Debut At The Cincinnati Masters 1,000 [Video] | The USA Print – THE USA PRINT

The American tennis player Venus Williams, winner of seven ‘Grand Slams’ and former number one in the world, recorded an impressive debut at the Cincinnati Open after coming back from 1-4 in the first set and 1-5 in the second to defeat Russian Veronika Kudermetovaworld number 16, and advance to the second round of the tournament.

At 43 years old, the current number 533 in the WTA ranking, added a new feat in his legendary career after recovering from a very difficult start in both sets from their first-round matchup at the Cincinnati Central. This result earned her to leave the match with an ovation.

The eldest of the iconic Williams sisters, she was down two breaks in the first set, but had a forceful reaction and he converted all three of his break chances to win five straight games and win the set 6-4.

In the second set, they started 0-4 and trailed 1-5. He annulled two set balls with the 3-5 in the light and ended up linking six consecutive games to advance to the round.

the american player got their first win against a top-20 ranked opponent in the last four years and he continued his journey in a tournament that he is facing for the tenth time in his career and in which his best result was the semifinal in 2012.

Her rival in the second round will be the winner of the cross between the Chinese Quinwen Zheng, number 24 in the world, and the Russian Aliaksandra Sasnovich, number 74.

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