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French Open Semifinal Predictions: Maria Sakkari vs Barbora Krejcikova

There should be plenty of entertaining action on semifinals day at the French Open. Remarkably enough, none of the four players left in contention have ever played in a semifinal at this level before, with this a huge opportunity for all as a result. As ever, we here at LWOT will be offering our predictions for both semifinals, including Tamara Zidansek vs Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. But who will book their place in the final.
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French Open 2021 semi-finals: Pavlyuchenkova v Zidansek, Krejcikova v Sakkari – live!

Second set: Pavlyuchenkova* 7-5, 3-1 Zidansek (*denotes next server) Pavlyuchenkova’s best shot of the match, running to her right before smashing a forehand down the line, which finds the corner. It looked in that last changeover that Pavlyuchenkova might have been struggling with some sort but she doesn’t show it. A confident break, and it’s again looking ominous for Zidansek.
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Maria Sakkari stuns French Open defending champion Iga Swiatek

The champion is gone and, along with her, the last pillar of stability in the women’s French Open draw. Iga Swiatek went down 6-4, 6-4 to a supreme, gutsy performance from Maria Sakkari of Greece. Swiatek’s departure means this year’s tournament will see four first-time grand slam semi-finalists battling for a maiden major title, with more tense, thrilling uncertainty to come.
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Krejcikova beats Sakkari in dramatic French Open semi-final

Czech Barbora Krejcikova reached the French Open final as she beat Greek 17th seed Maria Sakkari 7-5 4-6 9-7 on Thursday in a nail-biting, see-saw contest in which she saved a match point and overcame a wrong line call that held up her celebrations. Krejcikova dragged herself back from the...
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Saturday at Roland Garros: Swiatek grooving, Sakkari reminiscing

Not surprisingly, defending champion Iga Swiatek, the No.8 seed, occupies the last spot in the first half of the French Open draw. But what is surprising is her Polish compatriot, Magda Linette, who is perched atop the draw after the retirement of World No.1 Ashleigh Barty. Here’s a look at...
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