Serena Williams has done it all in tennis, but there’s so much more to come in her 15th major career Grand Slam final.
We’re halfway through the 2016 US Open with Williams aiming to complete a career Grand Slam, and we’ve still got a lot of tennis to go!
In the men’s draw, it’s Djokovic and Murray who are the favorites, while the women are looking to complete their respective collections, as well as break the all-time record for most women’s singles titles.
Serena Williams has done it all in tennis, but there’s so much more to come in her 15th major career Grand Slam final. Her second-round match with Caroline Wozniacki could be the best of the tournament, while Naomi Osaka and Madison Key have their work cut out for them in the semis.
All of this on top of watching the latest Grand Slam final between John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors. There’s going to be lots of tennis over the next five days, which makes it all the more exciting.
As we get into the action, we’re going to look at the top seeds and their chances of reaching the final. We’re predicting which pair will have the highest chance of winning it all, and the seeds with the best chance in a best-of-three Grand Slam match (and we’ve got it out to you, too!).
US OPEN SERIES: FINAL SCORES
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Serena Williams vs. Caroline Wozniacki
Both players have had career seasons in their last three major events, and have looked strong in their last two. When it comes to these kinds of match-ups, they’re no different.
Serena is coming off a win over the second-seeded Jelena Ostapenko on a very tough day in women’s tennis at the Australian Open, while Wozni