Defending Champion Iga Swiatek Maintains Dominance in French Open Quarterfinals
In a thrilling match at the Roland Garros stadium, defending champion Iga Swiatek secured her spot in the semi-finals by defeating American teenager Coco Gauff. This marks Swiatek’s seventh consecutive victory over Gauff after winning 6-4 6-2.
The Road to Victory: The Match Details
The contest between these two tennis prodigies was much closer than their previous encounters. However, it was clear that World No.1 Swiatek’s quality shone through as she dominated the court with ease and confidence.
Swiatek will now face off against Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia in the semi-finals of the tournament – an exciting match not to be missed!
Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia Makes History at Roland Garros
Haddad Maia has made history by becoming the first Brazilian woman since Maria Bueno in 1968 to reach a Grand Slam semi-final!
A Surprising Comeback for Haddad Maia
This is without question a momentous achievement for Haddad Maia who fought back from one set down against Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur, eventually winning 3-6,7-6 (7-5),6-1.
Doping Suspension? Not A Problem For Haddad Maia!
After serving a 10-month doping suspension that ended in 2020, Haddad Maia has become known for her ability to come through long matches. She outlasted Spain’s Sara Sorribes Tormo in an epic match lasting almost four hours during the Roland Garros fourth round.
The semi-finals of the French Open are shaping up to be some exciting tennis. Who will win? Only time will tell!