The 2018 tennis grass event – the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, two men’s singles semi-final marathon, attracted the attention of the vast majority of the audience. The women’s singles semi-finals are focused on Serena Williams, can challenge the first Grand Slam of the postpartum comeback, and tie the record of the 24 legendary Grand Slam Gold Cup of Australian legend Magraret Court.
And I, but silently cheer for the opponent of the Serena IV, Julia Goerges from Germany.
In the Kremlin Cup in Moscow in October 2017, Julia Goerges won the defeat of the Ace ball in the women’s singles final and won the championship for six years. The third WTA singles champion in his career.
The last scene is waiting for the challenged judgment, and the moment of the championship, six years of waiting, is not to be said.
In the 2011 Australian Open, Julia Goerges met the 2008 champion Maria Sharapova in the third set. After three hard fights, Maria ended the game with goodbye Ace. But this trip to the Australian Open still helps Julia Goerges, who is only 22 years old, to reach the 34th place in the world of career highs.
Then came to the clay season, Julia Goerges defeated the world ball in Stuttgart after Caroline Wozniacki, became the second winner of the Porsche Grand Prix in 2011, the last one from Germany. By 1994 Anke Huber. In the process of promotion, she has many outstanding performances and defeated two top-ranked players. They are currently playing six games, winning only one Victoria Azarenka and winning the 2011 US Open (2011 US Open). ) Samantha Stosur.
Julia ended in 21st place in the world. Julia in the 2011 season remained in good shape in 2012. Although she did not win any competitions, the results of the women’s singles and runners-up in the Dubai Tennis Championships at the beginning of the season made her world ranking climb to 15.
In the first round of the 2012 London Olympics, Julia Goerges bombed the Wimbledon runner-up with 20 Ace balls. Agnieszka Radwanska completed sweet revenge for the defeat of the Dubai Championship finals. It is worth mentioning that Dunao is the debut of the Julia Goerges Olympics. It is also the first time in the past 100 years that the Olympic tennis project has closed the roof room due to rain. Although he did not win any singles titles this season, he still made a good result in the 18th place in the world rankings.
Germany seems to be preparing for the birth of a new star. Unexpectedly, this is six years.
In the next two seasons, Julia Goerges fell out of the top 100 in the world and did not reach the finals in any competition. In the past, the results of the stable and progressive Grand Slam tournaments were only a few small highlights, including the loss of the Australian Open to the current runner-up Li Na in 2013, and the defeat of the No. 7 seed in the first round of the French Open in 2014. , from Sara Errani of Italy. Most of the other events were packaged home in the first two rounds, and even in the first round of the French Open in 2013, they were eliminated from the opponent Zuzana Kučová.
After two seasons of the downturn, Julia Goerges gradually found the original state, in addition to the singles ranking back to 50, the doubles event also won a trophy. Julia Goerges and partner Lucie Hradecka defeated the combination of Taiwan and China, Zhuang Jiarong and Liang Chen, in the Connecticut Open Doubles event held by New Haven to win a WTA doubles title.
In the doubles performance, the first Grand Slam in the 2016 season and Karolína Plisková reached the top four in the Australian Open, but unfortunately, the final loss to the then top seed group Hingis and Mirza. During the year, this group of German-Czech groups, only in the US Open, did not reach the semi-finals, but still enough to lock them into a WTA year-end doubles seat. Compared with the singles, there are still 50 players, and the doubles ranks the 16th in the world.
After a long wait, I finally came to 2017 in my career. This year, Julia Goerges scored five finals, but she lost the first three. Includes the final of the first grass of the career – Mallorca Open. The grassland event has never been very good for Julia Goerges. Even during the interview, she mentioned that her requirements for grassland events are lower than those for clay courts. However, the good performance of the doubles in these two years helped her to strengthen the skills in front of the net, and her footsteps became more flexible, gradually establishing her confidence on the grass.