An eventful day 10 at the Australian Open 2021 ended with the conclusion of the draw for the women’s semi-finals for the first Grand Slam of the year February, the GOAT, Serena Williams, was dominant when she defeated two-time Grand Slam champion Simona Halep in straight sets.The 2019 Australian Open champion and three-time Grand Slam winner Naomi Osaka achieved an equally impressive win against the Taiwanese wildcard Hsieh Su-Wei the semi-finals

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While the first two games didn’t cause any problems per se, the next two quarter-finals – Jessica Pegula versus Jennifer Brady and Ashleigh Barty versus Karolina Muchova – resulted in the elimination of Nr1 Ash Barty and the latest sensation Jessica Pegula after three easy wins against NrVictoria Azarenka (12), Samantha Stosur and Kristina Mladenovic (not seeded American Jessica Pegula) caught the attention of the tennis world when they annoyed fifth Elina Svitolina 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 to reach the quarter-finals. p>

With a third-round appearance at the 2020 US Open, which was her best-ever Grand Slam performance to date, Pegula received a lot of media attention after her game against Svitolina, which also led to widespread knowledge that her parents are billionaires, Kim and Terry Pegula – the owners of the professional sports teams, the Buffalo Bills and the Buffalo Sabers Pegula competed in the QF against compatriot Jennifer Brady and won the first set 6-4, but went 6-2, 6: 1 back when the 22nd Semen, wonderfully recovered from the jolt, Pegula will finish her AO 21 trip, voted 61st by the WTA

Meanwhile, the women’s top seed and semi-finalist of the 2020 season, Ash Barty, was won by Czech nrKarolina Muchova with 25 seeds, despite being placed in the quarterfinal match on Wednesday Barty’s enormous run at the Australian Open that year led many people to believe that this would finally be the year they would play their home slam, however their run to the top was interrupted by an emphatic win by Muchova in their games against Jelena Ostapenko, Mona Barthel, Karolina Plíšková and Elise Mertens hadn’t lost a single sentence

With her elimination of Barty, Muchova unleashed what is probably the biggest surprise in the draw for the women of the tournament, she will face Jennifer Brady in the semifinals on Thursday, which is the first Grand Slam semifinals for Muchova and the second after the 2020 US Open for Brady

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Jessica Pegula, Jennifer Brady

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