A month ago, Corey Goff faced Iga Sivitek in the semifinals of the WTA Championship in Rome and lost 6:7 and 3:6 in the nearly two-hour match. Since then, he has achieved nine consecutive victories. She won the match at the WTA 250 clay court in Parma and only lost one game.
Cori Gauff of Paris also performed well. In the four games so far, she has not even lost a set. In the fourth round, she faced Ons Jabeur on Monday afternoon, who had previously eliminated Magda Linette. Tunisia has nothing to say. In addition, she often makes mistakes, 21 unforced errors, and only 9 of her opponents.
American women serve very well. She won a whopping 81%. The first pass after the ball and 71%. After the second time. Not only that, in any game of Gough’s serve, Tunisia has no chance to score or even compete for advantage. The Americans are also much better in net action (76% to 44% of the ball wins-13/17 to 4/9). She deservedly won a game that lasted only 55 minutes.
-I am very happy that I can enter my first Grand Slam quarter-finals. I played very well. Thank you fans for watching my game. The Parma game gave me a lot of confidence, especially on the clay court. This is my first dinner championship, and it taught me a lot about how to end the game and deal with the pressure on important points-said the American after the victory.
At the age of 17 and 86 days, Gough became the youngest Grand Slam quarter-final player since 2006. The last time such a young player (17 years and 44 days) was Czech Nicole Vaidisova, who also participated in the French Open Championship.
In the quarter-finals, Goff will face Czech Krečkova (33rd in the WTA), who defeated American Sloan Stephens (59th in the WTA) in the fourth round 6-2, 6:0 . The Americans are also in the same part as Świątek, so the two players can meet in the semifinals.