Jasmine Paolini to scream: she overwhelms Mirra Andreeva and flies to the final at Roland Garros

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Roland Garros: Jasmine Paolini-Mirra Andreeva 6-3 6-1

After a 12-year fast, Italy is back to having a finalist at Roland Garros. Jasmine Paolini, in fact, swept Russian Mirra Andreeva in the semifinals with a score of 6-3 6-1, hitting the first Slam final of her career and becoming the third Italian national to qualify for the Paris final after Francesca Schiavone (2010 and 2011) and Sara Errani (2012).

In the first set, the first breakthrough was placed by Paolini in the third game. The young 2007 class tennis player, however, does not give up and in a short time creates several opportunities to bring the score back to even, but without being able to materialize them both for her own demerits and for the merits of her opponent. At that point, the Italian snatched her serve one more time and flew away in the score, closing the first parial 6-3 in not even three quarters of an hour.

The second set è without history. After an initial balance, Andreeva began to make a lot of mistakes and feel the pressure of her first Slam semifinal. At that point, the Italian number one manages to impose her rhythm and in a short time she wins two breaks to take a 4-1 lead.The 17-year-old from Krasnoyarsk tries to resist, but the Tuscan player è skillfully maintains the lead and closes the games on 6-1.

Jasmine Paolini will face world number one Iga Swiatek in the Roland Garros final. In addition, the new Top 10 in the WTA Ranking will return to the court on Friday, June 7, along with Sara Errani to try to hit the final in the women’s doubles as well, where they will face Ukraine’s Marta Kostuk and Romania’s Elena Gabriela Ruse in the semifinals.

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