The new Australian Open champion was defeated in the two previous matches, including last year's Madrid station was swept by the Czechs, but this time she achieved revenge after 1 hour and 45 minutes of fierce fighting. Kenning talked about the meaning of the game in an interview after the game, as well as looking forward to the championship game with Sviatek.
In the replay of the semi-final, Kenning said: "She (Kvitova) is a very difficult player to deal with. She has a fierce offense and a strong serve. If I want to win, I have to take out my own. The best level. I am proud of myself. This is a wonderful matchup and I am very happy."
"To be honest, (to reach the second Grand Slam final) is really special. I am very satisfied with my way of playing. It is not easy to enter the Grand Slam final, and I completed it twice this year. It’s very special."
"I want to use this (grand slam final experience) as my advantage. Yes, entering the Grand Slam final will definitely feel a little nervous. I have also experienced it. I know the emotion of entering the Grand Slam final for the first time. . I hope she will be a little nervous. I know what to expect, so I hope everything goes well."
"I remember (the teenage matchup) I lost, but I don't remember the process. But I can say with certainty that I am more comfortable playing on clay now. I don't remember what happened. She played that game. Very good. Of course, we have become different now."
"I need to study her game. She spent a good two weeks here and achieved good results and played very well. I know I played well too. I want to enjoy it today, and then tomorrow Preparing for the final on Saturday."