Will the Jennifer Brady Fairy Tale playout against the mighty Naomi Osaka ?
Conquering hard times Jennifer Brady gets to her first Grand Slam final
“Hopefully I have a new pattern of getting to the finals,” Jennifer Brady gave a huge smile after beating her friend Jessica Pegula with a 3 set battle (4-6, 6-2, 6-1) in the quarterfinals at the 2021 Australian Open. She was determined to aspire for a good quality performances at Melbourne and here she is heading into the finals against formidable opponent Naomi Osaka.
Jennifer Brady was not one of the lucky few, as she had to cope with, along with others, a harsh quarantine for being on a aircraft with a positive flier. It was fourteen straight days of not going out, exercising and practicing in the hotel room.
This gave Brady the gratitude needed to do well. At a Melbourne warm-up event she competed in the doubles with the local Australian and world top seed, Ashleigh Barty. They’d go through to the quarterfinals but eventually went down to the doubles team of Nicole Melichar and Demi Schuurs.
Then it was the Grampians Trophy contest, intended for the players in hard quarantine that served a great objective for Brady. She reached the semifinals where Ann Li beat her in three sets. This was just a test for the past University of California at Los Angeles player.
She would expect to go deep in the 2021 Australian Open but has achieved more than ever imagined of doing. “We’re such good friends,” Brady said of Jessica Pegula when she would triumph over her in the quarterfinal of the first Grand Slam of the year.
This year three appears to be Jennifer Brady’s lucky number as she had won over Pegula and Muchova in that many sets a piece. She is the last American standing who experienced the hard quarantine. This might be her fairy tale story to come real and win the 2021 Australian Open. She admitted with a broad smile that “I’ll be edgy but I’m going to be very-excited.”
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