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US Open 2017 women’s singles final: Sloane Stephens wins title beats Madison Keys 6-3, 6-0

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Sun September 10 2017, 3:24 pm
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    US Open 2017 women's singles final: Sunday was indeed pleasant for the United States since 24 year-old Sloane Stephens gave her fellow Americans a valid reason to be happy about. Stephens today defeated fellow American Madison Keys 6-3, 6-0 in US Open final to win the grand slam despite being sidelined for 11 months for a foot injury. Stephens played a wonderfully composed match making only six unforced errors. (Reuters)

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    Sloane Stephens, ranked 83 in the world coming into the fortnight – although she has previously been as high as 12 where she became the lowest listed player to win a Major since the unranked Kim Clijsters returned from having a baby in 2009. (Reuters)

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    Sloane Stephens took a $3.7 million (3.07 million euros) top prize from the biggest victory of her career, pitted against one of her closest friends in the first all-US final since 2002 on the New York hardcourts. (Reuters)

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    Madison Keys, seeded 15th, and 83rd-ranked Stephens each fought off injuries to reach the title showdown. (Reuters)

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    Neither Madison Keys, 22, nor Stephens, 24, had ever reached a Slam final, only the seventh time in the Open Era (since 1967) two first-timers met for a women's Slam title. But it was the second time in three years it happened at Arthur Ashe Stadium after Flavia Pennetta beat Roberta Vinci in 2015's all-Italian final. (Reuters)

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