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SportWilliams sees off Suarez Navarro to land all-American quarter

19:00  08 july  2019
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More Wimbledon disappointment for Stosur

More Wimbledon disappointment for Stosur Samantha Stosur's wretched record at Wimbledon has continued with the former world No.4 crashing out in the first round to Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro.

Venus Williams strode to victory by beating Carla Suarez Navarro to reach the last eight at Wimbledon. Williams 's nine inch (23 cm) height advantage was also a bonus for the American and she used her big serve, stride and reach to counter Suarez Navarro 's speed and whipping top-spin

Suárez Navarro reciprocated Williams ’ praise. “All that you have, you deserve and for me you are Suárez Navarro , who beat Williams ’ sister Venus in the quarter -finals, saved the first two break points but a Suárez Navarro won only two points on serve in the second set, while Williams won 21 of 22

Williams sees off Suarez Navarro to land all-American quarter© Getty Images Serena Williams in action at Wimbledon

Serena Williams breezed into the quarter-finals of Wimbledon with a 6-2 6-2 victory over Carla Suarez Navarro.

Previous form offered little indication that Williams' pursuit of a record-equalling 24th grand slam singles title would be knocked off course by Suarez Navarro, who had failed to win a set in their six previous meetings.

This proved a similarly forlorn assignment for the 30th seed, despite some good moments in the middle of each set as errors flowed from her esteemed opponent's racquet more frequently than might have been expected.

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2018 Beijing highlights: Classy Kerber sees off Suárez Navarro . Suarez Navarro survives Strasbourg champion Yastremska in Paris. No.28 seed Carla Suárez Navarro avenged an Australian Open Three-time Miami Open champion Venus Williams overcame Carla Suárez Navarro to

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Williams will face Alison Riske in the quarter-finals after her compatriot downed world number one Ashleigh Barty via a gruelling 96-minute encounter on Number Two Court.

Over on Centre, early breaks at the start of each set were key - Suarez Navarro unhelpfully setting the tone for herself with a double fault on the opening point.

Williams converted her second break point but her Spanish opponent avoided any further damage until the seventh game.

A crunching backhand gave Williams the opening after a third deuce and Suarez Navarro sent her own shot from that wing into the net.

The contest threatened to race away from the 30-year-old as she coughed up two more service games to be down 0-3 in the second.

Things had arguably become too easy for Williams, who was jolted by being broken to love in the next game and needed an assured passing shot to end a run of six consecutive points lost.

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Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain reacts during her match against Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark. REUTERS/Toru Hanai. (Reuters) - A look at the records of German Angelique Kerber and American Madison Keys before their quarter -final at the Australian Open on Wednesday (prefix

Carla Suarez Navarro has defied her limited preparations for Wimbledon by reeling off three successive straight sets wins to book her meeting with Serena Williams . Suarez Navarro faces an enormously tough challenge to reach her first Wimbledon quarter -final against Williams , whom she

Serena reacted exuberantly to a driven forehand winner that saw off another service wobble to set up a hold at 4-2 and a glorious cross-court backhand to break for a fifth time in the contest meant Suarez Navarro's race was run.


Serena Williams [11] bt Carla Suarez Navarro [30] 6-2 6-2


Williams – 21/19

Suarez Navarro – 9/13


Williams – 2/1

Suarez Navarro – 1/2


Williams – 5/11

Suarez Navarro – 1/3


Williams - 61

Suarez Navarro - 61


Williams – 78/47

Suarez Navarro – 56/35


Williams - 60

Suarez Navarro - 43

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