Johanna Konta hopeful of Grand Slam win one day

Johanna Konta insists she’s capable of winning a Grand Slam title so long as she keeps giving the opportunity to herself.
The no 1 culminating in a very first appearance in the last eight at the US Open, and has enjoyed a fine season using a semi-final at the French Open accompanied with a quarter-final at Wimbledon, in the majors.
But that run at Flushing Meadows has been finished by Elina Svitolina, the fifth seed, on Arthur Ashe.
Konta was attempting to become the first British woman to get to the.
But then she fell short Svitolina expanding 100 per cent record against Konta to her to five matches, against a foe.
“I really do feel that has been likely the finest I sensed her play against me. She played so well, to tell the truth,” said Konta.
“Actually, I didn’t play badly at all. I felt like I was doing lots of things on the market, a lot of the things.
“She only made me perform that extra ball. It’s frustrating. You know, come through a challenge like her and I’d have loved to have come through that, however, I suppose it will have to be next time.
“I definitely think it’s simply the more chances I provide myself like this, the more chances I have of moving a step farther and much more steps further.
“I really don’t have any doubts or some other regrets in what I did before or during the match. I think I did lots of great things.
“I believe I will definitely still get better and better. I am able to take a lot of great things from this still.”
For Konta, it is a trip to Broadway to see actor Tom Hiddleston at’Betrayal’. For Svitonina, it is back-to-back important semi-final appearances, having even reached the last four at Wimbledon.
The 24-year-old said:”I think we were equally striking the ball nicely, it was rather even. I trying to stay calm and just took one point at a time.
“I was relieved I could function it out and just really happy with the way I handled the tension ”