Kvitova and Kenina will fight for the second ticket to the “French Open” final

Lauri SÄ«gemundi from Germany (WTA 66) convincingly won the 11th and seventh number of the tournament in the quarterfinals of Kvitova with 6-3, 6-3.

Kvitova last reached the semifinals of the French Open in 2012. Eight years ago, she gave way to the famous Maria Sharapova in the semifinals, who later also celebrated the victory in the tournament.

“The quarterfinals of Grand Slam tournaments are always difficult,” Kvitova said after the victory. “I got one break in the first set, but there was no shortage in the second. I’m glad I managed to keep the serve and win.”

In the semi-finals, she will face the sixth racket of the planet and the American, who received the fourth number of the “French Open”, Sofia Kenina, who defeated her unsown compatriot Daniel Rose Collins (WTA 57) with 6-4, 4-6, 6-0.

Kenina triumphed at the start of the Australian Open, but previously her best result in the Grand Slams was her fourth round in Paris last year.

The two tennis players have competed twice against each other and Kvitova has won both matches.

It has already been reported that in the second semi-final, the qualified Argentine player Nadja Podoroska and the uneducated Polishwoman Iga Svyonteka will meet.

The first number from Australia’s Ashley Barthy, the new “US Open” champion Naomi Osaka from Japan, as well as the talented Canadian Bianka Andresu will not start in the women’s competition in the French Open this season.

The Roland Garros tournament was due to take place this year from May 25 to June 7, but in mid-March it was moved to autumn and is the last Grand Slam of the season.

The tournament takes place on clay.

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