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Not a single set was lost Sabalenka wins second straight Australian Open title

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Arina Sabalenka (Belarus) is happy holding the championship trophy in her arms after reaching the top of the Australian Open women's singles on the 27th.  Sabalenka, who won her first major title at last year's Australian Open, won her second straight title at the event.  Melbourne = AP Newsis

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Arina Sabalenka (Belarus) is happy holding the championship trophy in her arms after reaching the top of the Australian Open women's singles on the 27th. Sabalenka, who won her first major title at last year's Australian Open, won her second straight title at the event.

Arina Sabalenka (26, Belarus) achieved her second consecutive victory at the Australian Open, the first major tournament of the season.

Sabalenka, ranked second in the world in tennis women's singles, defeated Zheng Qinwen (China, world number 15) 2-0 (6-3, 6-2) in 1 hour and 16 minutes in the Australian Open women's singles final held in Melbourne, Australia on the 27th. ) won. Sabalenka, who lifted her first major trophy since her debut at the event last year, successfully defended her title with today's victory and earned her 3.15 million Australian dollars (about 2.77 billion won) in prize money. . Sabalenka said, “I didn’t understand when I saw a player who had won a major tournament cry after reaching the top again, but now that I won, I understand the feelings of those players,” adding, “Especially when my father passed away four years ago. If not, I wouldn't be where I am today. “My father wanted me to win at least two major championships by the age of 25.” Until 2019, when her father passed away, Sabalenka's best result in a major tournament was the round of 16 (US Open).

Sabalenka also raised expectations for her this season by winning in ‘no loss sets' without giving up a single set in this competition. After winning this tournament last year, Sabalenka, who has made it to the semifinals or higher in all four major tournaments, including runner-up at the US Open, has been performing well since her first major tournament this season, raising expectations for the remaining major tournaments. Sabalenka said, “Last year’s loss in the US Open final was a good lesson for me. I don’t want to become a player who wins a major tournament once and then disappears, so winning more major tournaments is an important task for me in the future.”

Chung Qin-wen, who became the first Chinese player to advance to the women's singles final of a major tournament in 10 years since 2014 Australian Open winner Lina, was unable to overcome Sabalenka and finished as runner-up. Lina became the first Asian player to win the French Open women's singles title in 2011, and she won the tournament in 2014 before she retired. 19가이드03

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