Naomi Osaka Wins 2020 US Open

2020 US Open Women’s Singles Championship Recap

Naomi Osaka would have to battle to the end to defeat Victoria Azarenka and claim the 2020 US Open Women’s Singles Championship.

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2020 US Open Women’s Singles Championship Results

Naomi Osaka (4) vs. Victoria Azarenka

Although Victoria Azarenka and Naomi Osaka should have met in the finals of the Western & Southern Open (held in New York this year), due to a walkover from Osaka, this would be their first meeting of 2020.

In the opening set, Azarenka would waste no time proving she wanted to win badly. She would immediately break Osaka’s serve and hold her own to take an early 2-0 lead.

Following this, Osaka would win a game on her serve, but Azarenka would win four straight games to take the set 6-1.

Up a set, Azarenka would start out the second set with another early 2-0 lead. But, Osaka would hold her ground, immediately getting the two games back to tie the set at two.

Down 2-3 in the set, Osaka would manage to win three games in a row, one on Azarenka’s serve, to take a 5-3 lead. At this point, Osaka would break Azarenka’s serve again to take the set 6-3 and force a winner-takes-all third set.

In the third set, Osaka would dominate early, taking an authoritative 4-1 lead. She would go on to break Azarenka’s serve twice in the set and win it 6-3.

With this, Naomi Osaka would win the 2020 US Open Women’s Singles Championship 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 against Victoria Azarenka.

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