What next for Angelique Kerber after defeating Serena Williams for the 2016 Australian Open? She’s the toast of Germany and another high point for her country’s global sports success, and she’s the newly minted No. 2 player in the WTA. It’s well deserved. Show More Summary
Serena Williams' chances of winning a calendar-year grand slam came to an end Saturday night at the Australian Open when she lost to Angelique Kerber.
As Angelique Kerber walked to Melbourne Park alongside the Yarra three weeks ago, memories came flooding back of the moments American Jim Courier dived in the river in celebration
Angelique Kerber celebrated her Australian Open win by taking a dip in Melbourne's Yarra river on Sunday. Here, Sportsmail runs through some things you may not know about the German.
Serena Williams' surprising loss in the women's finals and Novak Djokovic's historic victory in the men's finals complicated our grading system for the Australian Open. Does Angelique Kerber deserve an A-plus for her stunning upset of...Show More Summary
The 2016 Australian Open is in the books. In the future, when people look back on the two weeks that were, who will they remember as the biggest winners and losers? Angelique Kerber qualifies as one of the biggest winners. Her amazing run cumulated with an upset over Serena Williams. Novak Djokovic is the winningest of the winners. Show More Summary
Angelique Kerber pulled off a monumental upset to defeat defending champion and world No. 1 Serena Williams in the Australian Open, claiming her first Grand Slam title. Kerber also added a cool $3.8 million to her wallet for finishing...Show More Summary
In Angelique Kerber's first Grand Slam final on Saturday, she defeated Serena Williams 6-4, 3-6, 6-4. In the men's tournament on Sunday, Novak Djokovic beat Andy Murray 6-1, 7-5, 7-6.
Angelique Kerber has upset Serena Williams 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 to win the Australian Open title, ending the six-time champion's unbeaten streak in finals at Melbourne Park. Williams was an overwhelming favorite at the Australian Open, where she had won all six previous times she'd reached the final, and was trying...
Serena Williams showed pure class after losing to Angelique Kerber in Saturday night's final.
Behind an array of devastating left-handed and drop shots, Angelique Kerber upset top-ranked Serena Williams in Melbourne on Sunday to claim the Australian Open title. The upset victory makes Kerber, at No. 7, the lowest seed to win the tournament since Williams in 2007 — Kerber’s first year playing professionally. Though the German entered the title match […]
Angelique Kerber shocked the world and beat Serena Williams in Melbourne to win her first Grand Slam Saturday, but tennis fans in the (...)
MELBOURNE, Jan 30 (Reuters) - On a night when Steffi Graf loomed large over Rod Laver Arena, an inspired Angelique Kerber stunned Serena Williams in a three-set classic to win the Australian Open on Saturday and become Germany's first grand slam champion in 17 years. Show More Summary
MELBOURNE, Jan 30 (Reuters) - On a night when Steffi Graf loomed large over Rod Laver Arena, an inspired Angelique Kerber stunned Serena Williams in a three-set classic to win the Australian Open on Saturday and become Germany's first...Show More Summary
All that stood between the #7 tennis player in the world exiting in the opening round of the Australian Open to an unranked opponent was a single point. Angelique Kerber was down to match point against Misaki Doi in the second set, until she found her form, roared back, and took the second and third sets. Read more...
Serena Williams Loses Australian Open Finals To Angelique Kerber Damn, damn, DAMN, JAMES! Those of us who didn’t stay up to watch Serena Williams play in the Australian Open woke up to the sobering news that she has lost to
28-year-old German Angelique Kerber stunned Serena Williams in her first-ever Grand Slam final, handing the 21-time Slam winner just her (...)
Angelique Kerber shocked Serena Williams on Saturday to capture the 2016 Australian Open title with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 victory. It's the German veteran's first career Grand Slam championship and it comes against the top-ranked player in the world. Williams had steamrolled through the first six rounds of the tournament without dropping a set. Show More Summary
American star, who fell to 7th-seeded German Angelique Kerber, says, "As much as I would like to be a robot, I'm not"
A great acceptance speech by Angelique Kerber.