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Serena Williams beats Vitalia Diatchenko to Win 800th Match | Serena won her 800th career, defeating Vitalia after losing the first set

Serena Williams defeated Russia's Vitalia Dianeńko 2-6, 6-1, 6-0
Serena said: – In the first set of matches, I always fear, after that I returned

Sports desk America's star tennis player Serena Williams escaped from being victimized in the first round of the French Open. He won the match after losing the first set against Russia's Vitalia Dianeko. Serena made her name 2-6, 6-1, 6-0 in the match. This is his 800th victory in the main draw. The 37-year-old Serena is on the 24th Grand Slam title. This record is currently the name of Margaret Court of Australia.

Williams has won three French Open so far

Serena said, "In the first set of matches, there is always a fear. I made a lot of mistakes in the first set. After that he called himself good luck. After the first set I made a comeback and showed a better game. I need more practice. '

Williams made his name the French Open final for the first time in 2002, 17 years ago. After that he became the champion in 2013 and 2015. Serena won the previous Grand Slam two years ago. Despite being pregnant in 2017, he had won in the Australian Open.

After becoming a mother, Serena returned to the French Open last year. Then he had to play in the pre-quarterfinals against Russia's Maria Sharapova, but due to injury, Serena was out of the tournament. After this, he had to face defeat in the Wimbledon and US Open finals. At the same time, he had to face defeat in this year's Australian Open quarter-finals.

After the Australian Open, he landed in three tournaments. After the first round of Indian Wells third round, Miami Open and Rome Open, they withdrew their names due to injury. Serena's next match will be from the winner of the match between Japan's Kuromi slogan and Dulika Jakupovich of Slovenia in the French Open.

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