Strasbourg, France-On September 25, local time, the 2020 Strasbourg International Competition began the women's singles semi-final contest. No. 2 seed Svitolina defeated No. 4 seed Sabalenka in the one-day doubles 6-2 4-6 6-4. She won her first TOP20 victory this year and entered the tournament for the second time this year. war.
法国斯特拉斯堡-当地时间9月25日，2020年斯特拉斯堡国际比赛开始了女子单打半决赛。 2号种子Svitolina在为期一天的双打6-2 4-6 6-4中击败了4号种子Sabalenka。她今年赢得了首场TOP20冠军，并且今年第二次参加比赛。战争。
The two-day match at Strasbourg was disrupted by rain. Sabalenka is going to make a make-up for the quarter-finals today. She reversed Signakova 2-6 6-3 6-3. Won the last four tickets.
在斯特拉斯堡进行的为期两天的比赛由于下雨而中断。萨巴伦卡今天将为四分之一决赛做准备。她以2-6 6-3 6-3逆转Signakova。赢了最后四张票。
The semi-finals that started later were also affected by rain. In the end, Svitolina laughed at the end after 1 hour and 54 minutes of fierce fighting, revenge for the last defeat of the two sides in the 2018 Wushu tournament.
The first serve in the fifth full game in the world reached 73%, and she held six of the 10 break points she got. Now Svitolina is only one win away from the second championship of the season. She aspired to the Monterrey Championship before the suspension of the tour.
Although the Belarusian has 39 winning points recorded, which is more than double the 17 of the opponent, she was also held back by 39 unforced errors, including nine double errors.
Sabalenka gave his opponent a second break point due to a double error in the first serve. At this time, the game was suspended for 45 minutes due to rain. After returning to the court, the new Kodoha champion sent another double fault, giving Svitolina a 2-0 lead. However, the No. 4 seed quickly recovered and used the forehand firepower to quickly break back in the next game.
As the game progressed, Svitolina's accuracy in returning the ball gradually improved. She quickly broke serve again with a love game in the sixth game, and then saved the break point and extended her advantage to 5-2. Arriving at Sabalenka's unrequited serve game, an untimely double fault directly counted the opponent. Although she successfully rescued and brought out the game point, two mistakes gave Svitolina a second chance. She caught up with a small ball of average quality released by Sabalenka, and then took the lead with a tricky angle of forehand.
In the first four innings of the second set, both sides used straight four-pointers. This time it was Sabalenka's turn to cause trouble in the opponent's serve. She got the break point through a violent transfer after 3-3. With Svitolina's on-shooting error to complete today's first break, 4-3 won the initiative.
Svitolina had a chance to break back in the next game, but Sabalenka did not let the opponent do as he wished. She continued to strengthen her forehand attack, and after resolving a break point, she brought the score to 5-3. After two rounds, she used a strong forehand to force the opponent's mistakes and also won the second set.
Once again in the final set, the Ukrainian broke serve and established a 3-0 lead. This time Sabalenka quickly launched a counterattack, and also equalized the score in the next three games.
Svitolina was unwilling to be outdone, and then broke with a guarantee to usher in her serve victory 5-3. At 30-30, the world's fifth double fault gave Sabalenka a break point. The Belarusian took a big gift and chased the score to 4-5.
However, in the next game with a 40-0 lead, Sabalenka's state fluctuates again. Two double faults and a positive shot out of bounds brought the game back to a tie, and Svitolina got the match point in a blink of an eye. At the crucial moment, Sabalenka sent out the third double fault in this round and also ruined the whole game.
The final will be the first confrontation between Svitolina and Lebakina. The Kazakh girl leads all players with 28 victories this season, while Svitolina has an amazing record of 14 wins and 3 losses in the final stage, and both will launch an impact for the second championship of the season.