Who is venus williams dating in 2018
In the quarterfinals, Williams faced Dominika Cibulková.In the first set, Williams broke in the eight game and closed it out the following game, Williams won the set without a dropping a point in serve.The dress combines black and pale pink, reminding us of the colors of her spectacular crystal-studded US Open 2017 dresses.The 2018 Australian Open design nurtures clean lines, with the body-hugging top resembling a swimsuit (the style we’re used to getting from Stella Mc Cartney). Dark sleeves contrasting the light bodice make the dress appear sleeveless at first glance, while the contrasting zig-zag waist defines feminine curves.In the final four, Williams faced Russian Maria Sharapova. In the first set, Williams came on top, needing only a break in the seventh game to close it out with an ace in the tenth game.
In the first round she faced wildcard Ashleigh Barty.
In the second set, there were six breaks of serve that saw the set go to a tie-break. Williams only served 44% of her first serves in the match and made 7 double faults to Sharapova's 8. The second set saw Williams edge out a break early, but Azarenka won four games in a row to get the break advantage.
Williams was able to get it back on serve, and broke in the eleventh game and closed out the match.
Off-season is known for being the time of Fashion Retrospections here on Women’s Tennis Blog, but since the first Grand Slam of the 2018 season will start before we know it, it’s also the period of showing new designs and the first one that I’ve come across is Maria Sharapova‘s Nike Spring Maria Dress for the Australian Open.
This is not 100% confirmed yet, but the apparel above is most probably dedicated to Sharapova’s Melbourne campaign.