|Nationality||Player||Set 1||Set 2||Set 3||Set 4||Set 5|
- MATCH! - KERBER 6-3 6-4 RISKE: Kerber wins! After a dramatic faceoff of the final game, the 9th seed whoops and hollers her way into the second week.
- KERBER 6-3 5-4 RISKE: A long and tense standoff off a deuce game follows. Kerber eventually holds her serve and sceams in jubilation.
- BREAK - KERBER 6-3 4-4 RISKE: Breakfestl! Once again Riske ends up a break ahead and once again she is edged back by Kerber.
- KERBER 6-3 3-4 RISKE: With a crushing and confident backhand winner, Riske takes another break and the lead with it.
- KERBER 6-3 3-3 RISKE: Some brilliant screaming forehands from Kerber and she single-handedly reverses Riske's break.
- KERBER 6-3 2-2 RISKE: Riske is a good player when she can find confidence, and that's exactly what appears to be happening here. A couple of big forehands and she holds comfortably.
- BREAK - KERBER 6-3 2-1 RISKE: Just like in his previous set, the break doesn't last long as Kerber's level drops dramatically.
- KERBER 6-3 2-0 RISKE: Kerber powers to yet another break. The German, playing as if a brick wall, has left herself completely impenetrable.
- KERBER 6-3 1-0 RISKE: A new set, but little has changed. Kerber has the American quickly finds herself onto the scoreboard herself, as she digs out a strong hold of her own.
- SET - KERBER 6-3 RISKE: That was quick. Kerber quickly breaks for a second time and takes the first set.
- KERBER 5-3 RISKE: This time Kerber finds no problems counterpunching and the deals that are ofthen discussed.
- BREAK - KERBER 4-3 RISKE: The break is restoed. More running, more golden countepunching and no frills give Kerber the break once again.
- KERBER 3-3 RISKE: Kerber dusts herself fown and goes after he player against. A change in demeanor apparently all that is need for the winners to start flowing again
- KERBER 2-3 RISKE: Riske is quietly going about her business, and she records another hold.
- KERBER 2-1 RISKE: However, the American quickly finds herself onto the scoreboard herself, as she digs out a strong hold of her own.
- KERBER 2-0 RISKE: Kerber already looking in fine fettle in these early exchanges as her two trademark moves grab her a first game. First the scrambling and scrapping, culminating in a hollering passing shot. Then a perfectly-timed down-the-line forehand to seal the hold.
- BREAK - KERBER 1-0 RISKE: Kerber wastes no time in showcasing the gulf in class and stealing a break in the very first game. A wayward volley from Riske on break point certainly didn't hurt the German's cause, either.
- Hello! Welcome to day five of our Australian Open coverage. Up first on Hisense Arena are Angelique Kerber and Alison Riske.
|Date of Birth||18/01/1988|
|Date of Birth||03/07/1990|