"I don't think there's a magic formula to stay until the end of Slams", Konta said after the match, addressing the fact that she has made the quarterfinals in each major this year. "Obviously I would have loved to have kept going here in singles, but we've got an opportunity to do that in doubles", Barty said. Williams said, "I have to be the greatest, whether it's against the second seed, the No. 1 seed, or the No. 80th player in the world".
"I feel like I didn't play my best tennis today", said Keys who never had a break chance.
"Knowing what it was like a year ago to be able to lift the trophy in doubles was really cool". Wang was the more aggressive player, unloading a big forehand down the line when serving for the set at 5-2 and bending to her knees to hold her position on the baseline.
Serena Williams also plays her fourth-round match, while teenagers Coco Gauff and Caty McNally face the ninth-seeded team of Nicole Melichar and Kveta Peschke in a second-round women's doubles match.
"She (Konta) played extremely well at some points". "It's a new day tomorrow".
It means the Briton has now reached the last eight of every slam in her career. I was volleying and it went over so I just wanted to get it compressed really fast. "Would you be keen to play in Australia?"
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Johanna had to pay the price for all the chances she wasted, suffering a break at love in game ten to keep the rival in the set and taking the tie break 7-1 after a backhand crosscourt victor, taking three mini-breaks and a massive boost ahead of set number two.
Wang will face the victor of a later fourth-round match between Croatian 22nd seed Petra Martic and U.S. eighth seed Serena Williams, who is seeking a 24th career Grand Slam title to match Margaret Court's all-time record.
Alex de Minaur's US Open campaign has come to a shuddering halt, with Grigor Dimitrov handing the Australian a grand slam reality check. Night session in NY is always very special.
Alex De Minaur had a tough day against Grigor Dimitrov.
Because current No.1 Naomi Osaka won the US Open previous year, she has to defend her crown to defend her rankings points.
The British 16th seed has raised her game at the Slams this season, and is enjoying her best run at Flushing Meadows, having twice reached the fourth round.