The undeniable goat Serena Williams is through to her ninth US Open Final after cruising through the semi against Anastasija Sevastova 6-3, 6-0.

And she did it in just 66 minutes.

Williams will come up against Japan‘s 20-year-old superstar Naomi Osaka – the first Japanese woman to reach a grand slam final.

If Williams is victorious, she will have equalled Margaret Court‘s insane record of 24 grand slam titles. Not to mention a possible seventh US Open title, too.

Either way, this will be Williams’ 31st grand slam final all up.

After the match, Williams posted this beautifully wholesome post to her Instagram with the caption: “Did Momma win?”

In the picture is little Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. who’s wearing a mini version of the black tutu Williams spectacularly wore during a match earlier in the US Open.


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“Did Momma win?”

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HELL YEAH, she won.

As for the black tutu look: Williams wore it when she defeated Magda Linette a little while ago.

The tutu, designed by Virgil Abloh (Louis Vuitton) in collaboration with Nike, was believed to be a bit of a cheeky clap back after her custom Nike black bodysuit was initially banned at the French Open even though it served a necessary medical purpose – preventing blood clots.

The tutu – not just at tutu – was also edgy with Abloh’s use of the word “LOGO” above the Nike symbol.


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Thank you to the incredible @virgilabloh

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There’s also this version of the tutu – equally as amazing.

What a legend.

The 2018 US Open final, Williams’ second consecutive grand slam final, will take place on Saturday. 

Stay tuned.

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