Sabalenka on a Mission: Aiming to Win Australian Open and French Open Dual Crown Like Serena Williams in 2015

Sabalenka secures dominant straight-set victory

Aryna Sabalenka is on a mission to make history at the French Open. She wants to become the first woman since Serena Williams in 2015 to win both the Australian Open and the French Open in the same season. The world number two has been dominating her matches so far, including her latest victory over Moyuka Uchijima.

Sabalenka defeated Uchijima 6-2 6-2 in just 62 minutes under the roof on Court Philippe Chatrier. This was an impressive feat, considering she had only played one other match before this one. In her opening match, she won over Erika Andreeva, dropping just three games. Sabalenka’s next opponent will be either Paula Badosa or Yulia Putintseva, and she is confident that she can continue to dominate her opponents with her combination of power and finesse.

Sabalenka has been in excellent form at Grand Slam events, reaching at least the semi-finals in her past six appearances. She has been fine-tuning her clay court game for months now, which is evident in her performance at the French Open so far. After successfully defending her Australian Open title earlier this year, Sabalenka’s confidence is high as she looks to make a deep run at Roland Garros.

Meanwhile, fourth seed Elena Rybakina will be returning to action on Court Suzanne Lenglen against Arantxa Rus on Thursday. The women’s draw at the French Open continues to showcase exciting matches and top-level competition as players strive for glory and a place in history books.

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