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Civil Tech attempts to win 3 consecutive French Open tennis women’s singles titles in 17 years

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Poland's Iga Sibiontech celebrates with both arms stretched out after defeating Coco Goff (USA) 2-0 in the French Open women's singles semifinals held at Roland Garros in Paris, France on the 6th (local time). Roland Garros = AP Newsis

 

Poland's Iga Sibiontech celebrates with both arms stretched out after defeating Coco Goff (USA) 2-0 in the French Open women's singles semifinals held at Roland Garros in Paris, France on the 6th (local time).

Civil Tech will compete against world number 15 Jasmine Paolini (28, Italy) in the women's singles final of the French Open, the second major tournament of this season, held at Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France on the 8th. In the semifinals, Civil Tech defeated Coco Goff (3rd place, USA) 2-0 (6-2 6-4), and Paolini defeated Mira Andreyeva (38th place, Russia) 2-0 (6-3 6-). 1), respectively.

She won the French Open three times alone, winning in 2022 and last year as well. If she reaches the top again this time, she will win for the third time in a row, 17 years after Justin Henin (2005-2007). There is no player yet who has achieved four consecutive wins. Sibion ​​Tec, who made her professional debut in 2016, is showing strong form in these tournaments so far, having won four major tournaments, three of which came at the French Open. 스포츠 토토사이트

The British ‘Guardian’ covered the news of Civil Tech advancing to the finals and said, “Cibion ​​Tech, who arrived in Paris after winning in Madrid and Rome, has won 18 consecutive wins, his longest winning streak on clay courts.” “He is one game away from solidifying his place among the ‘greats’ of clay courts,” he wrote.

Paolini is a relatively unknown player whose best performance in a major tournament before this tournament was the round of 16 at this year's Australian Open. She has also won singles titles on the Women's Professional Tennis (WTA) tour, including the Slovenian Open in 2021 and the Dubai Duty Free Championship in February this year. Although she is relatively short at 163cm tall, she advanced to the major finals thanks to her quick feet and stable game management ability. 한국야동

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