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The 17-year-old is in the semifinals of the French Open

The 17-year-old is in the semifinals of the French Open

the second Quarter-final day the slim For those who received 53.48 million euros French Open He has a soul Two big surprises Bring. Success of 6:7(5),6:4,6:4 for the 17-year-old Russian Mira Andreeva On Wednesday against second seed Belarus Aryna Sabalenka It can be confidently described as a sensation. Before that, it was Italian Jasmine Paolini number 4, Yelena Rybakina From Kazakhstan, he emerged with a score of 6:2.4:6.6:4.

This is one of the two surprises game over From Roland Garros. Either he is the title holder Iga Swatic (POL-1) or Coco Jouf (USA-3) would definitely be a favorite.

But Sabalenka had already achieved that in the first set problems With the health He received the medication when the score was 3: 1. Andrejewa took advantage of this to take a 5-3 lead, but Sabalenka fought her way to the tie-break, which she won by a single goal. Stop the ball He decided for himself. At the beginning of the second set, Sabalenka looked weak again and received a warning for taking a long break between the two matches.

Andreeva managed it Wholesale balancing In the third round, it was developed Exchanging high-class blows. The outside player managed the decisive break with his second match point in the last match. The praise was played cold. Andreguia became the youngest player to reach the semi-finals at Roland Garros since Martina Hingis 27 years ago. Sabalenka, winner of the Australian Open, has not dropped a set in any major match this year.

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Andreguia's first comment on the court was: “I played on match point as if I had to block a break point, and that's how I won.”

Paolini had previously made the 'Italian Festival' in France perfect with her first major semi-final. after Yannick Siner Among the men, the 28-year-old Italian who stands just 1.65 meters tall brought the following cheers in her home country. Paolini did get two shots to make it 5:3 in the second set, but he couldn't finish the match yet. Finally, I was able to break the decisive serve in the third set, making the score 5:4.

“It's an incredible feeling,” Paolini said a few minutes after the win. “It was a tough match. I was a bit emotional in the second set. But then I tried to hit every ball and somehow I managed to do it. “I tried to forget what happened in the second set.” Paolini, coached by compatriot Renzo Forlan, moved into the positions Top ten in the world rankings from position 15.