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After a balanced start, in which both players went head to head, Naomi Osaka prevailed in the first set, following the successful break at the score of 5-4. The second act started as it could not be better for Naomi Osaka and Jennifer Brady could not oppose “Hurricane” Naomi, who won with a 6-3 score.
Naomi Osaka (23) won the fourth Grand Slam title, after the US Open 2018 and 2020 and the Australian Open 2019.
Jennifer Brady (25), who ranked 24th in the WTA rankings before the Australian Open, performed for the first time in the last act of a Grand Slam tournament.
Osaka and Brady have met four times so far, Osaka getting her third victory in front of Brady on Saturday.
The winner of the Australian Open 2021 returns home with a $ 2.75 million prize, while the finalist was rewarded with $ 1.5 million.