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Jessica Pegula: Could Make U.S. Open History



Jessica Pegula: reached the quarterfinal round in the Wimbledon tennis tournament, beating Petra Kvitova, two-time Wimbledon champion, 6-3, and 6-2. This was despite a 45-minute rain delay.

Wednesday night, she will face Iga Swiatek (a first-time U.S. Open quarterfinalist) at Arthur Ashe Stadium, Queens.

Pegula (the 28-year old daughter of Terry and Kim Pegula from the Buffalo Bills and Sabres) will win and she will move on to the semifinals of her first Grand Slam.


Swiatek will face No.6 seed Aryna Tabalenka. Each of them will be vying to get a spot at the US Open final.

Aryna Sabalenka, a woman who reached back-to-back semifinals at US Open, was the first since Serena Williams (2019-20). On Wednesday, the No.6 seed defeated No.22 Karolina pliskova 6-1 (7-6) in Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Sabalenka later told reporters that she thinks she starts really well. The first set was very high-level for me, which put a lot pressure on her.

“First set was great. “In the second set, she was trying to come back. I knew that she would do better. She said that I had just tried to keep my serve steady and put pressure on her serve.


“Semifinal is going to be hard. I’m ready to fight again. Sabalenka stated that she must remain focused on herself during her interview on the court.

“I would have to say that I wasn’t expecting [Pliskova] play so well. I’m confident that I will win the remaining matches. Then I had another experience at the [US Open] semi-final. She added that she lost it again. (ANI)

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Jessica Pegula

The match will begin at 7 p.m. on ESPN and will be televised on Tennis Channel.

Pegula is ranked No. Pegula, an American native from Buffalo, is currently the No. 8 player in the Open.


Swiatek, Poland is No. The world’s No. 1 ranked Swiatek.

They have met three times before. Pegula defeated Swiatek at the Citi Open in Washington D.C. in 2019. 

Pegula was defeated in straight sets by Swiatek in the semifinals at the Miami Masters and quarterfinals at the French Open earlier this year. Swiatek won the French Open.

Pegula, who was facing Swiatek at Open, stated at Monday’s press conference that she would likely take more chances in Paris than in Paris. She added, “Especially playing her on a faster hard court than the last time she played her on clay.”


The Pegula family

Pegula stated that her father is not likely to travel to New York City to see her play live.

Pegula said, “I have my sister and brother here already,” after she married Taylor Gahagen last October. “So, I don’t know if I made the final, or if he would be there necessarily. But I don’t know. We’ll see.”

The Pegula family reported in June that Kim Pegula, a Fairport native, was being treated for an undisclosed condition in Boca Raton. They asked for privacy and prayers.

The couple also owns the Buffalo Bandits hockey team, the Rochester Knighthawks lacrosse team, and the Buffalo Bandits hockey team.


Jessica Pegula became a professional in 2009, and she made her Grand Slam singles debut at U.S. Open 2015 as a qualifier.

Jessica Pegula’s Health issue

Shortly Tuesday afternoon, the World Wide Web went into hyperdrive when word from England came in that Jessica Pegula, a top-ranked female tennis player, had been moved to Wimbledon.

Rain had a devastating effect on the All-England Club’s schedule. Her match was rescheduled for Wednesday.

Jessica Pegula’s participation in the tournament is likely a positive sign. However, to calm consternation, the Pegula clan – which has been nearly silent and won’t provide any details on Kim or the issue – released the following statement.


Kim is doing well. She is now resting and recuperating from a medical issue. We are grateful to the medical professionals who provided her care, and for everyone’s well wishes and prayers. Please respect our privacy at this time.

“I could feel the energy of the crowd.” – Jessica Pegula

Jessica Pegula spoke out about the energy generated by the crowd during her quarterfinal match against Iga Swiatek in the post-match press conference. American Pegula expressed happiness at being able to play a night match with lively spectators and a few celebrities.

It was amazing. Awesome. It was amazing. It was amazing to feel their energy, especially when I kept wanting to return in the set. I wanted to be there for a third time. It was just not possible. It was great fun to play at night. It was great to see all the celebrities, and all the people that they showed between changeovers. It was pretty cool,” she stated.

Top U.S. woman Jessica Pegula reaches U.S. Open quarterfinals

Jessica Pegula and her doubles partner Coco had never reached the quarterfinals at the U.S. Open prior to this year.Young Americans can feel overwhelmed by the pressure of participating in their home Grand Slam events.


No. Pegula (8 seed), the highest-ranked American woman, and daughter of Terry and Kim Pegula (Buffalo Bills and Sabres owners), advanced to her first U.S.

Open quarterfinal by winning a thrilling 6-3, 6-1 victory over No. Monday, 21 Petra Kvitova in Arthur Ashe Stadium. Pegula rallied from a deficit of 0-2 in the second set and won the match after Kvitova sent a backhand wide at match point. Pegula converted 6 of 7 break points in the match.

Pegula, 28 years old, said that it felt amazing and she was so happy. Petra was going be tough because she hits winners from any part of the court. It was also the first time she beat me, so it was nice.”

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