Naomi Osaka has booked her third Grand Slam quarter-final at the US Open Sunday night, dismissing No. 14 seed Anett Kontaveit, 6-3, 6-4.
It was her second US Open quarterfinals and now faces unseeded American Shelby Rogers, who beat Czech sixth seed Petra Kvitova.
Denis Shapovalov has become the main Canadian man to arrive at the U.S. Open quarter-finals in the Open time.
He booked the last 8 ticket early today subsequent to revitalizing from a terrible originally set tie-break misfortune to beat David Goffin 6-7(0) 6-3 6-4 6-3 in New York.
He will next face Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta in the quarter-finals.
The twentieth seed was granted his fourth round match against Novak Djokovic of course when the world number one hit a line judge with a ball.
It was Shapovalov’s first Grand Slam quarter-last.
The match can lead the route for a Canadian surge into the last eight with comrades Vasek Pospisil and Felix Auger-Aliassime playing their fourth round conflicts later on Monday.
“It’s entirely insane how far I’ve come,” said Shapovalov, who got “goosebumps” when recounted his accomplishment.
“Today was an incredibly intense match. I needed to play each and every point against him and match his dependability, his serenity.”
Goffin made a solid beginning to the match at that point fled with the principal set tie-break 7-0 and Shapovalov said he utilized the time between sets to pull together.
“It felt actually better today,”” she said on court after the match. “I felt like I was moving quite well, so I’m really happy.”
-By US Open