Serena Williams wins in tutus at US Open

Serena Williams wins in tutus at US Open

Serena Williams wins in tutus at US Open

This was Williams's 91st win at the US Open main draw, following which in the third round, she would face elder sister Venus Williams, who beat Italian Camila Giorgi in the morning session in straight sets, 6-2, 7-5.

"Friday will be incredibly hard", said Serena before jokingly hitting back at Venus's claim that when they last met at a Slam in the final of the 2017 Australian Open her sister had an advantage as it was "two against one".

Both sisters were asked after their wins about playing each other, and each of them delivered with some amusing quotes. Obviously I wish I could have been playing a little bit better.

Venus, the 2000 and 2001 champion in NY, made the third round for the 17th time with a 6-4, 7-5 victory over Camila Giorgi of Italy.

Another commented: "If Serena Williams can nail a break point in a lavender tutu against someone thirteen years her junior in this NY heat, I guess I can put on some underwear in my apartment".

Serena wore this Virgil Abloh tutu during the first round of the US Open on Monday - just days after Bernard Giudicelli's interview made headlines.

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Just days after being criticised for wearing a tight black catsuit, Serena Williams made her return to the US Open in style.

The reason this match comes so early is that their rankings are not what they've been in the past.

"I hope that we get to play".

"You're beating it up now".

"Normally I say cheer for me, but I say cheer for who you want, me or Venus", said Serena, laughing, according to USA Today. "They are totally shocking for me", she said.

"I think it's very fair from them to apologise to me". In comparison, the 101st ranked Witthoeft could manage to win only 56% points off her first serves.

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