A 44-minute win gives Serena Williams 100th US Open victories

Elina Svitolina reached a second straight Grand Slam semi-final at the US OpenMore

Elina Svitolina reached a second straight Grand Slam semi-final at the US OpenMore

"Wow, wow", said Williams, who brought up a century of US Open wins to move to within one of the all-time record held by Chris Evert.

Serena's march towards a record-equalling 24th grand slam singles title gathered momentum as she routed Qiang Wang in just 44 minutes to advance to the semi-finals on Tuesday.

Fans flocked to social media in a frenzy over the "brutal" and "savage" display.

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It's certainly not the kind of stat you'd expect from a World No.1, and fans didn't miss the opportunity to point out the Serena-Barty comparison. Serena Williams tries to get back to the semifinals when she plays first-time quarterfinalist Wang Qiang, while No 5 Elina Svitolina meets No 16 Johanna Konta.

"I never thought that I would get to 100".

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"It's really unbelievable, literally".

"I love what I do". I am feeling good.

However, the Chinese's dream run to the last eight ended in nightmare fashion as Williams allayed any concerns over an ankle she rolled in her victory over Petra Martic with a devastating performance.

Any possibility of Wang claiming the biggest win of her career was brutally extinguished by Williams as she started the first set by winning three games in just eight minutes.

While there was a clear gap in class between the 23-time major victor and Chinese opponent Wang Qiang no one who watched the plucky No.18 seed dismantle Aussie World No.1 Ash Barty in the fourth round could have conceivably expected such a one-sided contest.

Then, after dropping one game, Williams collected the next 11 points in a row and every remaining game.

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