Last year’s winner and world No. 1 Iga Civiontech (Poland) reached the women’s singles final. Sibiontech defeated Beatrice Adad Maia (Brazil, 14th) 2-0 (6-2 7-6 <9-7) in the semifinals of the women’s singles held at Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France on the 9th. Sibi Ong Tech, who reached the top of the women’s singles at the tournament last year, increased its two-year winning streak to 13 games. 토토사이트
Depending on the results of the tournament, Arina Sabalenka (Belarus, No. 2) could have given up the world’s No. 1 spot, but Sabalenka failed to advance to the final and maintained Sibiong Tech’s “World Number One” title. Sibiong Tech has been holding on to its No. 1 position for 14 consecutive months since April last year. The final opponent is Karolina Muhova (Czech Republic, 43rd) who won 2-1 (7-6 <7-5> 6-7 <5-7> 7-5) after a three-hour and 13-minute treatment match against Sabalenka in the previous semifinals.
Having reached the semifinals at the 2021 Australian Open, he achieved his first finals through this tournament. It is the first time in three years that a player below 40th in the world has advanced to the women’s singles final of the French Open since Sibiong Tech (54th at the time) in 2020. Muhova is behind Sibiong Tech in the world rankings, but she is called the “Top Ranker Killer” by winning all five matches against players in the top three rankings. He also met Sibiong Tech once and won. It won 2-1 (4-66-16-4) at the clay court tournament in the Czech Republic in 2019. At that time, the two players were 106th (Muhova) and 95th (Sivion Tech), respectively. The two players will have their final match at 10 p.m. on the 10th for the trophy.