The 19-year-old Polish girl upset the top seed Halep in the last round. Today, facing the 26-year-old qualifying dark horse, she only took 1 hour and 18 minutes to make a strong pass. The French Open still maintained a perfect record without losing a set.
The first time the two sides played against each other was in the 2017 ITF Clay Challenge, when Trevisan won. However, Svetek defeated his opponent in the qualifying stage of the Birmingham Grass Game last year, chasing the record of the two sides to 1-1, and surpassed after today.
With this victory, Svetek became the first Polish female player to reach the top four of the French Open in the Open, and the second in history-in 1939, Jandjejovska won the French Open women's singles runner-up.
On a cold night, the young teenager overcame the disadvantage of being broken early in the first set, blasting a total of 20 winning points, and scoring 11 break points to cash in six. Trevisan’s firepower is comparable to that of her opponents. She also has 16 winning points, but the Italian girl is a bit weaker in the grasp of key points. She only cashed two of nine break points and only won on her own serve. Scored 43%.
At the beginning of the game, Treviso, ranked 159th in the world, quickly entered the form and broke serve smoothly at the start. She resolved a break point in the next game and continued to press her opponent through aggressive forehands, successfully maintaining her advantage to 3-1.
Svetek finally gained a firm foothold in the fourth game with the help of a timely serve. She quickly launched a counterattack, and then seized the opportunity of the third break point to tie the score 3-3.
The Polish star has since taken over the first game. After securing the love game, she used the precise point of the backhand to break through the opponent's defense again, and in a blink of an eye she ushered in the serve win 5-3.
Trevisan tried to make a counterattack. He scored two break points with the winning points, but unfortunately he failed to grasp the opportunity. In the end, Svetek fulfilled his third inventory, winning the first victory by winning five consecutive rounds of attack.
She brought this momentum to the second set, used a stunning backhand to score a big angle and quickly broke serve, and then overcame 15-40 behind to complete the guarantee, and continued to gain the upper hand 2-0.
Svetek quickly broke another round to 3-0, so far he has nine consecutive rounds. The Italian girl refused to hand over her gun easily, and stopped the decline of losing games one after another. Unfortunately, the good times did not last long, and Svetek relied on a straight line score to cash the second break point in the next game, bringing the score to 4-1.
Fighting to 5-1, Svetek used a lucky ball that bounced the net to bring out two match points. She seized her first chance, forced her opponent to make a mistake through a deep and heavy backhand, and then got a semifinal ticket.