Terrific Trevisan out on her own with incredible statistic after lopsided US Open win

Italy’s tennis star Martina Trevisan has registered a unique record during her first-round victory in the US Open 2023.

The fourth and final Grand Slam is already underway where players are battling it out to secure the ultimate prize.

Trevisan secured her first-round win in a remarkable turnaround against Yulia Putintseva on Tuesday with a score of 0-6, 7-6, 7-6.

While doing so, she became the first player in the history of women’s tennis in the Open era to win a Grand Slam match after losing the first set without winning a game whereas the next two sets were decided on a tiebreaker.

The result was indeed a great comeback from a player who looked completely down and out after the first set.

The victory also helped Trevisan equal her best record in the US Open of playing in the second round. She achieved the same in 2021 as well.

The Florence-born will be hoping to improve her overall record while playing at the Flashing Medows and go one step further this time around.

She is due to face reigning Wimbledon champion Czech Republic’s Marketa Vondrousova in the round of 64 clash on Thursday.

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