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US Open – Gauff to Meet Osaka on Day 6

Eric Murphy

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The only challenge for Coco Gauff can find preventing her from reaching the fourth round would be the defending champion Naomi Osaka. The match has been considered to be the most anticipated on in the US Open tournament this year.

For Gauff, this should be her first match at the Arthur Ashe Stadium. Osaka has already won her title by beating Serena Williams. It has been expected to be a cultural event for New York. The game is expected to be one of its kind with the knock out between the World No 1 pitted against the one hundred and fortieth seeded player.

It should be noticed that Naomi Osaka went on to win the Australian Open and then become the Number One player. However, the records of the game in the last one year show that it was Coco Gauff who had a better showing. She could even reach the top 16’s stage.

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She has played a few wonderful games and has been able to achieve a few good options.

The clash between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova has been quite important and brought about the result on almost expected lines. However, the clash between the defending champion and one of the promising players would provide you with a perfect option to make the game more efficient and great in its own right.

It should be interesting to notice that both come from Florida while one of them is Japanese and the other American. Another common interest they share between themselves is they were coached were their respective fathers.

Eric is the mind behind the inception of Sportsfinding.com which he has started when he developed an interest in watching sports. Keeping up to date with sports, specifically, Tennis is one of the daily things for him. Gradually, he is obsessed with this, and then he thought to start writing the latest news about his favorite sports, Tennis. So, he started out with Tennis and later added more sports enthusiast authors to write other sports news as well. Eric currently manages the website himself as he is quite well at managing servers and website backend stuff. Apart from this, he does write about the latest happening in the Tennis World.

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