Iga Świątek is not slowing down. He will play for the Roland Garros final

Iga Świątek is not slowing down.  He will play for the Roland Garros final

After a great match against Potapova, Iga Świątek entered the quarterfinals of Roland Garros. This time, Wimbledon winner Marketa Vondrousova was waiting for her. It was going to be an interesting meeting.

Iga Świątek is doing very well in this year's edition of Roland Garros. With the exception of the second round match against Naomi Osaka, where she was close to being eliminated, she won the remaining matches without any major problems. On Tuesday, June 4, Iga Światek played in the quarterfinals of this year's Grand Slam. Her rival was the top player – Marketa Vondrousova, the winner of Wimbledon.

Roland Garros: Iga Świątek like a roller

A tough fight for the semi-finals could be expected, although probably not as difficult as the fight against Osaka. However, the beginning belonged to the first racket in the world, who was very focused and excited from the first ball. First, she defended her pass without any major problems, and then she broke the Czech. After nine minutes of this match, the score was 3-0, which was an ideal scenario for Poka.

The Czech's first serve was faulty, which acted as grist for the world's first racket. Thanks to this and effective play in the fourth game, she had further break points. Vondrousova also had problems with playing the Raszynia team. We watched a great fight for every ball in the fourth game, which lasted longer than the first three. In the end, Iga Świątek emerged victorious. The first set ended with the score 6:0.

Roland Garros: Marketa Vondrousova had a chance in the second set

In the second set, it wasn't so easy for Iga Świątek. For the first time in this match, Vondrousova defended her serve, and with the score 1:1 she had her first break point in this match. Fortunately, the first racket in the world defended itself and took the lead again.

A moment later, the Pole returned to her disposal from the first set and broke the Czech again. Ultimately, this game ended with the score 6:2, and the entire match 2:0 for Iga Światek. In the semi-finals, the first racket in the world will face Coco Gauf, who previously defeated Ons Jabeur.

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