Febr. Die deutsche Topspielerin besiegte die an Nummer drei gesetzte Tschechin Karolina Pliskova, gegen die Kerber im Finale der US Open Apr. Kerbers Ball bleibt im Nezt hängen - und das ist ein ganz bitterer Fehler, denn er bedeutet das Break und die Führung für Pliskova. Kerber. Head to Head Statistik Spiele von A. Kerber und K. Pliskova Tennis Turniere, Ergebnisse im Jahr bis - Tennis Statistiken live Wettpoint.
For all Kerber's success in recent years, she still has a mixed record in finals. Although the German has broken the final hoodoo she suffered earlier in her career - between June and August she lost eight of nine - her overall win-loss record stands at The last Czech to reach the final was Helena Sukova , in In her 17 Grand Slam appearances prior to arriving in New York, Pliskova had never reached the second week.
Since Australian Open when all majors switched to draws no player has won a Grand Slam on their first venture into the second week.
Should Kerber prevail she will become the first player not named Serena to win multiple majors in a calendar year since Justine Henin did so in Pliskova is currently on an match winning streak.
Navratilova is the only woman in Open Era to win the US Open title having saved match point - in she saved three in her semifinal versus Graf.
Pliskova is just the eighth woman to beat both Williams sisters at the same tournament, the fourth at a Grand Slam and third at the US Open.
The two players to have done so at Flushing Meadows, Justine Henin and Kim Clijsters both went on to win the tournament. Serena's semifinal defeat ensured Kerber will become the 22nd player to reach No.
Pliskova is also on the march too, guaranteeing herself a career-high ranking of No. Sat 10 Sep Thanks for following along with us and be sure to check back shortly for a full match report.
Pliskova comes to net on the opening points but Kerber pounds a vicious forehand passing shot for a winner. An unforced error by Pliskova drops it to love and Kerber is two points from the title.
And — oh no! Pliskova then misses again and Kerber has won the last eight points of the match to capture her first US Open title! Pliskova clearly fatigues as Kerber delivers a commanding hold at love.
The Czech will now serve to stay in the tournament. Pliskova races out to love but makes a pair of unforced errors for love.
An opening for Kerber. They trade a few points around deuce — Pliskova making all her first serves — before she closes it with a forehand winner.
A hard-fought game deadlocks at all before Kerber crushes a forehand winner down the line for game point as the crowd erupts. Another unforced error for Pliskova at the end of a lengthy rally — her 38th — hands Kerber the hold.
A suddenly error-prone Pliskova mixes in a ton of miscues as Kerber is able to break back for 3-all in the third. Kerber has steadied herself, holding at love and capping it with an ace.
Pliskova has now won six of the last eight games as she attempts to consolidate the break. She makes an unforced error on the opening point but responds with four quick points for the easy hold.
Crucial service game for Kerber coming up. At all, Kerber makes a clumsy unforced error and will feel a bit a pressure here.
Might she be feeling a bit of fatigue? But another unforced error by Kerber gives Pliskova a break-point opportunity. Kerber saves it with aplomb: Now Pliskova forces Kerber into an error which she challenges unsuccessfully, setting up a second chance for a break point.
And Kerber sends a backhand long and smacks her racket to the court! Pliskova breaks and has her first true lead of the match!
An even easier hold at love for Pliskova, who opens with a forehand volley winner and caps it with a winner off the backhand side.
Two missed tosses from Pliskova. But Kerber makes and error for all and Pliskova follows with her first ace of the set to stake a set point.
Pliskova scratches back from for deuce, but Kerber responds with a backhand winner. Then a Kerber double fault, only her second of the match, returns it to deuce.
But she wins the next two points and Pliskova will attempt to serve out the set and force a decider. Now a wild forehand by the German makes it and Pliskova forces Kerber into an error to consolidate the break.
Kerber will now serve to stay in the second. Pliskova drops the first two points before a forehand volley winner closes it to Now a rare unforced error by Kerber makes it all and it feels like a massive opportunity for the No10 seed.
Now a missed forehand by Kerber and Pliskova will have a fifth chance for a break point. Closing the show with a forehand volley winner.
Pliskova mixes it up with a winner on a rare serve and volley, then wins the next two points for love. Kerber pulls one back but Pliskova wins the next point to hold.
The Czech continues to thrive on the shorter rallies while Kerber is getting the better of the exchanges the longer the point extends. A half-chance now for Pliskova as Kerber is forced into an error for , but she responds with a forehand winner that Pliskova challenges unsuccessfully for all.
Kerber then makes a 24th unforced error against 24 winners before Kerber wins the next point for the hold.
Then Pliskova hits a backhand winner for and holds by shortening the rally and forcing Kerber into an error. Still on serve in the second.
Pliskova hits a backhand winner for all followed by an unforced error by Kerber for break point. But the German saves it and rattles off two quick points for the hold.
Worth pointing out that Pliskovas sister Krystina plays in final in Dalian China 2moro. Could be big family celebration! She then blinks with a double fault and Kerber hits a backhand winner for