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Swiatek vs Kohlschreiber: The match was as easy as it gets for Swiatek

Swiatek vs Kohlschreiber: The match was as easy as it gets for Swiatek

Iga Swiatek reaches first US Open final, will face fifth seed Ons Jabeur

It was an epic battle at the U.S. Open on Sunday when the No. 1-seeded Swede, the second seed who is seeking to be the first player since 1968 to win three consecutive U.S. Opens, struggled with his game against Germany’s Philipp Kohlschreiber, who has reached the last four.

It marked the last match of the 2016 U.S. Open, which was delayed by rain on Friday, but after a grueling first two days of play, it ended before midnight when Kohlschreiber defeated Spain’s Rafael Nadal, 6-2, 6-3, 6-3.

Swiatek, who turned 20 in June, won his first U.S. Open title in 2016, but didn’t look like he would repeat as champion today.

Swiatek, who is ranked No. 1 for the first time, faced Kohlschreiber, a player who was ranked 17th in the world. They have played three previous times.

The match started with both players hitting shots with precision as they were in rhythm and playing for the match. The first set was tight. But, once Kohlschreiber broke, it was all Swiatek.

Swiatek opened up the second set by breaking Kohlschreiber’s serve twice, serving to 5-all. But, it was like Kohlschreiber was playing on autopilot for the rest of the set.

With Kohlschreiber serving at 4-3, Swiatek served him a backhand into the corner. Then, he sliced back to him from the baseline to end the game.

The second set started with Swiatek serving at love and Kohlschreiber serving to 5-all, but it was as easy as it gets for Swiatek. He was serving to 5-all, but he was also in control of

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