Sibiontech vs. Muhova

Iga Sibiontech (1st, Poland) and Karolina Muhova (43rd, Czech Republic) will compete for the second major tournament this year, the French Open Tennis Tournament (total prize money of 49.6 million euros, about 70.6 billion won). Sibiontech defeated Beatrice Adad Maia (14th, Brazil) 2-0 (6-2 7-6 <9-7>) in the semifinals of the women’s singles on the 12th day of the tournament at Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France.

Sibiong Tech, the winner of last year’s tournament, continued its 13-game winning streak at the French Open. In addition, with the victory on this day, Sibiong Tech will continue to maintain its No. 1 position in the world even after the tournament.

Sibiong Tech became the world’s No. 1 player in April last year and has maintained its No. 1 position for 14 months. He could have given up the world’s No. 1 spot to Arina Sabalenka (2nd, Belarus) depending on the results of the tournament, but Sabalenka lost 1-2 (6-7 <5-7> 7-6 <7-5> 5-7) to Muhova in the previous semifinals and succeeded in “Succeeding in the No. 1st place.

Born in 2001, Sibiong Tech won her first major throne at the 2020 French Open and won the French Open and the US Open last year, recently solidifying her position as the strongest woman’s tennis player. In this tournament, he played six games and did not give up a single set to his opponent. In the previous match, Muhova turned the tables against Sabalenka. 토토

He was dragged 5-2 in the last 3 sets of game scores, and even gave up match points to Sabalenka in the 8th game of the 3rd set, but later won 3 points in a row to overcome the crisis. Muhova, who defended her serve game just before being eliminated, broke Sabalenka’s serve game that followed, and since then, she has not given up a game to her opponent and turned the game around.

After winning a close race of 3 hours and 13 minutes, Muhova reached the singles final of a major tournament for the first time in her life. Mujova’s previous best performance in a major tournament was the semifinals of the 2021 Australian Open.

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