Roland Garros quarterfinal tennis live: “Strange bird” Trevisan entered the women’s singles semi-finals
(Tennis news) Trevisan of Italy overcame the number 17 seed Fernandez of Canada.
Martina Trevisan beats Leylah Fernandez, meets Coco Gauff in the semi-finals
In the first women’s singles quarterfinal match, Italian tennis player Trevisan overcame the 17th seed Fernandez of Canada. This was a very tense match and both players had to decide the winner after 3 sets. The scores of the sets are 6-2, 6-7, 6-3, respectively, in favor of the “strange bird” Trevisan.
In the second quarterfinal match of women’s singles, young talent Coco Gauff met Sloane Stephens. This is a remarkable civil war pairing of two tennis players from the United States. With better form, Coco Gauff easily overcame fellow senior Stephens after only 2 sets with the scores 7-5, 6-2. Thus, the first women’s singles semi-final pair has been determined. It’s Trevisan versus Coco Gauff.
Video match Gauff – Stephens:
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Nadal beat Auger-Aliassime
Carlos Alcaraz – Alexander Zverev: 8 p.m., May 31, quarterfinals of men’s singles
Zverev has shown no less than two unconvincing faces at Roland Garros this year, he needed a five-set comeback to get past Sebastian Baez before a tough match against qualifying player Bernabe Zapata Miralles. The German player still has good control of the serve in Paris but has made a lot of mistakes, and he is still having the opportunity to never beat a top 10 player in Grand Slams.
Alcaraz and Zverev meet again soon after Madrid Open final
However, Alcaraz did not come here with an easy journey, as did teenage Spaniard Zverev who also had to save a match point and had a five-set match against Albert Ramos Vinolas. Although Alcaraz proved more certain and dominant, he did not allow Sebastian Korda and Karen Khachanov to have many opportunities before him.
Alcaraz has not really had any fame at the Grand Slams, but this player is certainly more appreciated, because he easily defeated Zverev 6-3 6-1 in the final of the Madrid Open.
It should also be said that the indoor court made the ball move quickly and Alcaraz therefore had many advantages, and his young age also made Alcaraz still have moments of slack in each game. But Zverev has never shown himself to be the type of opponent who can take advantage of such opportunities.
Novak Djokovic – Rafael Nadal: Around 1:45, June 1, men’s singles quarterfinals
The weight of history is of course on its side Nadal, but he struggled with a leg injury and didn’t play well in the fourth round against Felix Auger-Aliassime. Nadal’s journey can be said to be more difficult than Djokovic when Nole in the past 4 matches has not lost more than 3 sets, and Nadal has lost 2 sets before only Auger-Aliassime. The question now is how much strength and energy does Nadal have left to reclaim the Roland Garros crown.
1 year after winning at Roland Garros 2021, Djokovic is still strong while Nadal is struggling
Nadal has a record of 7 wins – 2 losses against Djokovic in Paris but Djokovic’s victory at Roland Garros last year will put a question mark on Nadal’s chances this time around. Djokovic is even having a better clay-court record this season with 15 wins – 3 losses, 3 defeats that can be attributed to Djokovic taking a break from playing for a while after the Australian Open incident as well as encountering Carlos Alcaraz on the face. field of interest.
If last year’s Nole victory over Nadal marked the great overthrow of the Serbian player before the king of clay, now Nadal is no longer so powerful to make such a victory still retain the element. surprise. Djokovic is like an impenetrable fortress, so tonight’s great battle is unlikely to have the same drama as in the past.
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