MELBOURNE, Australia – Annals Danielle Collins was just 56 minutes to pull the biggest fall in the Australian Open women so far.
The two-sixth NCAA fellow champion provided just two games to lose No.2 seed and former champion Angelique Kerber to reach her first-ever Grand Slam quarterfinal, 6-0, 6-2.
Before arriving in Melbourne, Collins had another big Slam match to win in five earlier main lines, but the dying opponent against the three-time Grand Slam championship was her third win over a sweaty player so far this forty.
The World No.35 broke the 2016 Australian Open champion to keep in the first game of a game, starting the tone in a 20-minute opening set of bagel where & # 39; they enter 13 winners until just five unfolded errors.
Their saying continues to be on the next eight games, as they did the German three times in the second set, and made the match with an amazing 29 winners of just 17 unexpected.
Kerber did not lose her service in their first three games of the eighties, but eventually he won against American victory once & # 39; a race from a match.
Already in the unexpected water in their first Australian Open main draw, Collins will place next Entry and No.5 Sloane Stephens, or unoccupied Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in a place & # 39; a half prisoners.
More to come …