Published On: Mon, Jan 23rd, 2017

Australian Open 2017: Johanna Konta knock out Ekaterina Makarova

Johanna Konta knocked out Ekaterina Makarova

Britain’s Johanna Konta scored another victory in Australian Open Tennis Tournament by beating Russian Ekaterina Makarova. The terrific performance of Johanna Konta leads her in the quarter final where she has to face tough challenger Serena Williams.

The disappointing exits of British Tennis Players Dan Evans and Andy Murray on Sunday, a single British Tennis Player Johanna Konta is lonely surviving in the Australian Open Tennis Tournament 2017 event. Johanna Konta who is of 9th seed played against the 30th seed Russian Ekaterina Makarova in which Konta served effectively and return dangerously because her opponent was no match with her that’s why Konta won 6-1,6-4.

The 25-years old Konta and 28-years old Ekaterina Makarova had met at the same set nearly a year ago, the match was won by Konta by 10-8 in the deciding set. According to the interview of Konta, it was not easy for her as she would have cried at the end, she sweated so much and have left no stamina to face the opponent.

When Johanna Konta asked about her next 22-time Grand Slam champion rival, she revealed it is an incredible experience for her to play against whom she watched growing up. She is very excited to snatch the victory as a professional young tennis player but it is an incredible honor.

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As far as the enjoyment is concerned, the British younger tennis star said it will be very cherish and joyful competition. Konta used to say, “It’s an incredible honor and I can’t wait to share a court with Serena Williams.

Johanna Konta arrived at Melbourne after earning the second WTA title in Sydney. Therefore, Konta dominated on Russian opponent after the practice of 12 months. Earlier, she fight for three hours to bow down Makarova at the same stage in 2016.