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Leylah Fernandez shares uplifting message for New Yorkers after us open loss on 9/11

“I hope I will be as robust and as resilient as New York has been the previous 20 years,” introduced Leylah Fernandez, whose personal resilient spirit spearheaded a rare run on the US Open.

Fernandez addressed the 1000’s of New Yorkers in attendance at Arthur Ashe throughout the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Going through off in opposition to Nice Britain’s Emma Raducanu for the US Open win, Fernandez misplaced a tricky match, 6-4, 6-3, that capped her underdog run — first began when Fernandez shocked tennis followers by defeating 2020’s US Open champ, Naomi Osaka.


Each Fernandez and Raducanu led an unbelievable match on Saturday. The primary rating of the preliminary set sported a back-and-forth duel for break level that finally landed in Raducanu’s favor. A variety of unlucky errors by Fernandez gave manner for the proficient Raducanu, 18, to win the match after two units, however the younger champ voiced true admiration for Fernandez’s run in Flushing Meadows.

“Leylah’s at all times going to play nice tennis and at all times going to combat, that’s simply the competitor she is and that’s why she’s right here within the ultimate,” introduced Raducano throughout the post-match ceremony. 

She added: “I knew that I’d must dig deep. I fell, one way or the other, and I believed that may throw myself off steadiness as a result of I used to be going to serve. I used to be simply praying not for a double fault however we bought by it and I feel simply staying within the second, specializing in what I needed to do and my course of and the mindset simply actually helped.”


Fernandez defeated Osaka throughout the third spherical of the Open, then confronted off in opposition to Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina within the Girls’s Singles quarterfinals. Each Fernandez and Raducanu mentioned they stay up for competing in opposition to one another for many years to come back — which means the game of girls’s tennis is in good fingers.


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