American tennis can live a top year, with Serena Williams and all the other tennis players, who can get, in 2019, great achievements. Since the start of the season, American players have won three titles in five finals played.
Youngsters triumphed with Sofia Kenin at Hobart International 2019, against Anna Karolína Schmiedlová. She also reached and lost the final of the Abierto Mexicano Telcel 2019, against Yafan Wang. Moreover, Alison Riske has reached and lost the final of the Shenzhen Open 2019 against Aryna Sabalenka.
The men reached and won two finals. Tennys Sandgren won the Auckland Open against Cameron Norrie. Then came the surprising victory of Reilly Opelka at the New York Open against Brayden Schnur, a tournament in which John Isner and Sam Querrey reached the semi-finals.
American Tennis is experiencing a moment of good health, with many players who are achieving great results, with other stars who are trying to achieve important goals, and with many youngsters ready to take hold of the future.
Amanda Anisimova, Frances Tiafoe, Taylor Fritz and Kenin are the young players who are on the launch pad. They can be considered the future of Stars and Stripes tennis. Serena Williams is trying to equal Margaret Court's record of 24 Slams, a goal that could come this season.
The American, at 37 years of age, is returning to the top of women's tennis after maternity. She is the real superheroine of American sport, like her sister Venus, who at nearly forty, and with Sjögren's Syndrome syndrome, is still playing great tennis.
Without forgetting Sloane Stephens, who can always be able to win a Major. Isner continues to play great tennis, and despite the years are passing, his skills and results continue to improve. The disappointments, for now, are Sam Querrey, Steve Johnson and Jack Sock, who have not yet managed to find the performances of 2017. In general, the state of health of American tennis can be considered excellent.