After two years of interval, in 2016, Ashley Barry returned to the tennis court. 22-year-old Barry played professional cricket for Australia for the past two years. But coming back to the tennis court without getting the desired success in cricket would be memorable, this Australian girl might not have thought of herself. Berti won the title of the Miami Open tennis champion in a tennis championship on Saturday, defeating former number one ranked Caroline Piscova.
Now Ashley Berti has got another tale of losing the Czech Republic star Piskova, who is in the world rankings. Barry, the first Australian woman player to become the first tennis player after the Samantha Stosar's performance in 2013, Saturday's potential Australian girl faced Piskova in the final of the Miami Open, then everyone was in favor of Piskova. But Barry took just 42 minutes to turn the winner's hand over. 7-6, (7-1), 6-3 in the final, the ACL tennis player won the final.
Piskovy was ahead in the first set of the final. But after 3-1 down, Barry returned very well. Berti lost just five points in the last four games. The 27-year-old Pisc'kova could not cope with her return to such a great return.
Barry said, "I had to be physically strong and had enough force to apply. I wanted to get as much shot as possible and keep my shoes active. '