sport news US Open: Maria Sakkari wins the latest women's singles match EVER in New York

sport news US Open: Maria Sakkari wins the latest women's singles match EVER in New York
sport news US Open: Maria Sakkari wins the latest women's singles match EVER in New York
In the city that never sleeps! Maria Sakkari is a history maker in New York as the Greek star wins the latest women's singles match EVER at the US Open to defeat 2019 champion Bianca Andreescu at 2.13am Maria Sakkari defeated Bianca Andreescu after three hours and thirty minutes In a gripping three set encounter, the two women played on to go past 2am Andreescu, the 2019 champion, battled injury but she was beaten 6-7, 7-6, 6-3  The match broke the record as the latest-finishing in US Open women's singles  

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World No 18 Maria Sakkari was pushed all the way to 2.13am by Bianca Andreescu in the latest-finishing women's singles match in the history of the US Open to reach the quarter-finals.

Sakkari, 26, had not dropped a set en route to the last-16 match-up with 2019 champion Andreescu, who found herself on a 10-match unbeaten run.

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But in a match of the highest quality the two top 20 players thrashed it out for more than three and a half hours on the Arthur Ashe stadium court to take the record from Madison Keys and Alison Riske for the latest-finishing women's singles match in New York.

Greek star Maria Sakkari was made to work for three and a half hours to win at the US Open

Greek star Maria Sakkari was made to work for three and a half hours to win at the US Open

Bianca Andreescu was beaten in the latest ever finishing women's singles US Open match

Bianca Andreescu was beaten in the latest ever finishing women's singles US Open match

Keys and Riske played through until 1.46am back in 2016 but it was not

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