Aryna Sablanka wins a dominant victory over Madison Keys to advance to the Wimbledon semifinals

Aryna Sabalenka’s display of determination and skill saw her defeat Madison Keys by a score of 4-0 to qualify for the Wimbledon semifinals. Sabalenka’s aggressive style and powerful groundstrokes left Keys struggling to keep pace with the intensity and speed of the match. Sabalenka dominated the match from the beginning, showing off her incredible serving ability and attacking Keys’ weak points relentlessly.

Sabalenka’s aggressive game paid off in the long run, as her forehands were thunderous and she dominated with her serves. Sabalenka was relentless in her attack, and Keys, who is known for a powerful game, couldn’t find a way to counteract it. Sabalenka grew more confident with every game. She was a force Keys could not handle. Sabalenka’s victory has cemented her position as a force to be reckoned with in women’s Tennis and as a contender for Wimbledon.


Aryna sabalenka, who beat American Madison Keys at Wimbledon in straight sets on Wednesday, reached her fourth successive grand slam semi-final.

Sabalenka will return to the top of the world rankings if she reaches Wimbledon’s final. She won 6-2 6-4 in just an hour and 27 minutes. Sabalenka, who will regain the world No.

Sabalenka’s powerful groundstrokes and huge serve have been highly effective so far on the grass courts of SW19. The 25-year old Belarusian has only dropped one set in her journey to the semifinals.

Sabalenka has enjoyed remarkable consistency this season, winning three titles already in 2023 – including her maiden grand slam at the Australian Open – and has reached the quarterfinals of all but two of the tournaments she has played in.

According to OptaSabalenka has become the first female player since Serena Williams (2016) to reach the semifinals at the Australian Open, French Open, and Wimbledon all in the same season.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 12: Aryna Sabalenka shakes hands with Madison Keys (L) of United States following the Women's Singles Quarter Final match during day ten of The Championships Wimbledon 2023 at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 12, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

“It really feels amazing to be back in the semifinals. I can’t wait to play in my second semifinal at Wimbledon and hopefully I can do better than last time,” Sabalenka said in her on-court interview, referring to her 2021 semifinal defeat by Karolína Plíšková.

“It was really a tough match. She is a great player.” I’m so happy that I won the second set. The game ended at 2-4, love-40. It was amazing.

“Thank you so much for the atmosphere, even though you supported her more,” Sabalenka laughed. “I still enjoyed playing in front of you guys.”

Sabalenka, who was banned from playing in Wimbledon last year due to Russia’s invasion into Ukraine and the blanket ban placed on Russians and Belarusians players, has made a triumphant return this year.

Sabalenka is set to play Ons Jabbeur after the Tunisian beat the defending Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina, winning by a score 6-7 6-4 6-1.