Published: Sat, January 19, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Svitolina stumped by relationship question after win at Australian Open

Svitolina stumped by relationship question after win at Australian Open

Ukraine's Dayana Yastremska, ranked 59th, awaits her in the third round.

As Yastremska defeated Carla Suarez Navarro in the previous fixture, she made it to the next stage, the Round of Last 32, where Williams is waiting for her to sort things out.

The 23-time major victor, whose last Grand Slam title came on these very courts two years ago, has an adventurous sense of style.

However, a succession of huge serves got Serena out of the trouble and she promptly reeled off the next four games to complete another hugely convincing win. "I definitely want to always teach her love and teach her humans should always have love for each other no matter what color they are". "She said, 'Thank you very much, you're so nice, so sweet, ' " Yastremska explained.

"Her game, her serve is such an incredible weapon".

The 37-year-old won her 23rd major Down Under two years ago while two months pregnant and is the bookies' favourite to claim an eighth Australian title, despite being seeded 16th.

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"When she won the match I had in my thought that I guess we won together".

Williams can draw level with Australia's Margaret Court for the most grand slam titles if she wins a seventh Australian Open. "She's here, made it this far, and she's here to win". "She's here to win".

Serena booked her place in the third round with a dominating victory against Eugenie Bouchard this morning.

"The one trophy that I keep is from the first match I played against Venus [Williams] when I was eight".

In a ruthless showing, Williams broke serve six times and cracked 20 winners - double that of Bouchard - but said it wasn't as easy as the score suggested. According to Williams, the body-hugging suit that was also designed by Nike helped her prevent life-threatening blood clots, that she had much trouble with after she gave birth to her daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. "I think she's the greatest ever, so it's just so cool that I'll be able to share the court with her and see how I compare to one of the best players".

"I'd probably say, with the career, she's had, she's not even finished at this point; then yes, I'd say so", Graf added.

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