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By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Saturday September 11, 2021

 
Robin Montgomery

17-year-old Robin Montgomery swept the US Open Girls Singles and doubles.

Photo Jason Ong: USTA

Seventeen-year-old Robin Montgomery, of Washington, D.C. won the US Open girls’ singles title on Saturday, defeating Kristina Dmitruk of Belarus, 6-2, 6-4 to become the first American to win the girls’ singles title since Amanda Anisimova defeated fellow American Coco Gauff in 2017.


For good measure, Montgomery took the title home in doubles as well, becoming the first American woman to achieve the feat in 29 years.

Montgomery and Ashlyn Krueger took the girls’ doubles title in an all-American final, defeating Reese Brantmeier and Elvina Kalieva, 5-7, 6-4 [10-4].

Per the USTA, Montgomery became the first player to sweep both the girls’ singles and doubles titles since Michaella Krajicek of the Netherlands in 2004 and the first American to accomplish the feat since Lindsay Davenport in 1992.

 

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