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Williams, 39, said she welcomed going toe-to-toe with the 22-year-old, who was born four months after the American made her Grand Slam debut in 1998.
US Open 2020: Naomi Osaka first in 26 years to come from set down in final to win title, other stats
Naomi Osaka added to her 2018 US Open and 2019 Australian Open trophies with the three set win against Victoria Azarenka. Check out the stats from the match in Firstpost's stat roundup!
Australian Open 2019: Amelie Mauresmo leads rare breed of female coaches making an impact in Melbourne
While Conchita Martinez and Rennae Stubbs have been instrumental in Karolina Pliskova's best run in Melbourne, Amelie Mauresmo has helped Lucas Pouille harness that talent and reach his first ever major semis.
French Open 2018: From Wimbledon Final 2004 to Australian Open 2016, top 5 ties between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova will renew their bitter 14-year rivalry in the French Open last 16. Check out five classic matches between the two former world number ones:
French Open 2018: Madison Keys sails into first Roland Garros quarter-finals with win over Mihaela Buzarnescu
Madison Keys has not dropped a set so far and all the talk that her game was ill-suited to clay now looks redundant.
Karolina Pliskova beat CoCo Vandeweghe to earn the second clay trophy of her career after Prague three years ago.
Stuttgart Open: CoCo Vandeweghe beats Caroline Garcia in straight sets, to meet Karolina Pliskova in summit clash
Vandeweghe stands 3-2 in her head-to-head series with Pliskova, but is still bruised by her loss to the slender Czech in the German city 12 months ago.
Australian Open 2018: Angelique Kerber says she wants to recreate 2016 feeling to win second title at Melbourne
Kerber said she was enjoying life and tennis again after a torrid 2017 that she began on top of the rankings and ended outside the top 20.
Australian Open 2018: Madison Keys says she will continue playing 'smart tennis' in quest to win first Grand Slam
Keys flattened French eighth seed Caroline Garcia 6-3, 6-2 in 68 dominant minutes in their fourth-round clash.
The last time two players from the same country scooped the awards was in 1998 when Americans Pete Sampras and Lindsay Davenport took the honours.
Sloane Stephens never looked shaken by the setting or the stakes in her first Grand Slam final. Her opponent, Madison Keys, most definitely did.
World number eight Madison Keys will miss next month's Australian Open after undergoing wrist surgery, the American said on Friday.