Wimbledon champion Ashleigh Barty has triumphed through a supreme mastery of her tremendous playing skill set. She defeated highly experienced Karolina Pliskova. Her first grand slam came in the year 2019. This 25-year-old Australian lady repeated history after the year 1980 when her mentor Evonne Goolagong Cawley had won this prestigious title.
It remains a great feat by her and ably emulating her idol in victory enhances fame further. Fifty years on from Cawley’s maiden Wimbledon title, she stands as the most fitting successor here. She has also become the 20th woman in history to earn more than $20,000,000 prize money. Cawley won just £1,800 in the year 1971.
If it was not evident from the titles she has steadily collected and her unrelenting consistency since early 2019, in the process she has defined herself as the ascendant player across all surfaces in her sport.
One could not imagine words for her like I love being a blank canvas because her French Open title won in the year 2019. She has demonstrated how she has emerged as a winner in July despite a hip injury, put her full trust completely in her ideal to realise the very vision of fresh success at the tennis court. It is always so mysterious playing opposite to a strong rival as was Karolina Pliskova.
She comes up with these amazing beliefs. Her optimistic feeling fetched and infused within her a fresh air of utmost confidence. She was into the game reconsidering not just to show off and establish a decisive break lead early in set three.
Was she ready to face the breakpoint after a wild forehand error within forty-five minutes of the first attempt? She reacted with a wonderful shielding backhand slice off a devastating Pliskova return, prompting a backhand error from the Czech. Then she fired an ace at deuce (a tie in tennis after each side has scored 40, requiring two consecutive points by one side to win), striding ahead with her pace to take the match instantly afterwards.