World No. 1 was completely dominant throughout the tournament, winning a historic title without missing a single set.
Australian tennis fans have had to wait more than four decades for one of them to win the Australian Open, and the latest home win thanks to Chris O’Neill.
Barty’s Grand Slam is now three: her previous titles at the French Open in 2019 և Wimbledon in 2021, The 25-year-old is undoubtedly the most dominant force on the women’s tour.
Since most of his career is probably still ahead, the only question left about Barty’s “Grand Slam” credentials. How many?
“I have said many times that I am so lucky tonight that there are so many people here who love and support me,” Bartin said in a post-match interview. “I’m a lucky’s lucky girl to have so much love in my corner, we started together from the beginning. We did it together, no one on our team has changed. I love you to death.
“As an Austrian, the most important part of this tournament is that being able to share it with so many people’s crowds, you were nothing special.
“This crowd is one of the funniest games I’ve ever played. You guys have brought me so much joy today, you have helped me play my best tennis, so thank you for all your love and support over the last two weeks.
“This is a dream come true for me, I’m so proud to be Austrian. See you next time. “
None of the players initially showed any signs of nerves, initially exchanging a few bead strokes.
The Collins brand backhand caused Barty all sorts of problems as the Austrians struggled to contain a powerful blow when it tore through a court in Rhode Island.
However, Barty was able to respond with his own serve, defeating Ace at an early speed of 181 km / h next to his opponent, as he managed to save the early break point, which caused great joy to the crowd.
Party home support, of course, showed its loyalty prematurely, erupting every time Barty scored a point. In Collins’s third serve, they were really happy as a few weak shots և a double double from the wild gave Barty a break.
It certainly helped to get rid of any tension that Barty was still feeling as the house favorite tore up these two sets to get the opening set to blink.
Even Collins’ final is one of the most remarkable returns of tennis.
In April of last year, she underwent emergency surgery for endometriosis, a condition in which the tissue covering the uterus grows beyond it, and suffered an abdominal injury at the French Open.
The 28-year-old girl honestly told about the torturous pain she suffered, describing it as one of the worst pains she had ever experienced.
Collins has blamed the surgeon for saving his career, and he now plays one of the best tennis games of his life, as his run in the Melbourne Finals is expected to push him into the top 10 for the first time.
It’s a great honor for the player to be so upset that the closed-set set left him so quickly.
The American often wears her heart on the court, but so far she has hidden her feelings for the biggest occasion of her career.
However, that changed at the beginning of the second set, as Bartin’s once started to fight against the opponent’s strong blows, which now seemed to be a little more.
Barty’s two typical errors in his opening serve set allowed Collins to break into the game for the first time.
The Rod Laver Arena was largely silent, except for Collins’ roar. “Come on,” he shouted, clenching his fist into his box.
It was a remarkable change from the beginning, when Collins now dominated almost every rally.
The crowd, feeling Barty’s nerves, did their best to bring him back to the game. One of the forehand winners was greeted with the highest joy of the night so far.
However, that was not enough to get Barty back on track, as the size of the opportunity now seemed to weigh him down.
Forehand was getting wild և irregular, և Collins found մեկ one break service, as if he had taken the set out of his opponent.
But Barty, the fighter on the court, pushed back and resumed one of those service breaks before starting a love affair to put the pressure back on Collins.
It was a pressure Collins could not withstand on his first serve, usually a trusted backhand leaving him to give Barty a second break.
The Rod L’Arena, which had been under control for most of the second set, erupted; it was now higher than it had been all night.
For a moment, Collins seemed unhappy with several people in the crowd who started shouting before the end of the score, as a result of which the referee warned those present about their behavior.
Barty took the lead to level the score at 5-5; what looked like 20 minutes ago was going to be a walk for Collins has now turned into a slugfest.
Both players made solid serve-kicks to get the set to a tie-break, or Collins should have wished those first serves were a few games ahead.
Bartin took a 4-0 lead in the tie-break և never seemed to lose it from there, eventually closing it down 7-2 և now it’s time for a party at Rod Laver.
After 44 years of waiting, Australia has its own Grand Slam singles champion again.