On October 7, Beijing time, the women's singles quarter-finals of the 2020 French Open will continue. No. 4 seed Kenning defeated compatriot Collins 6-4, 4-6, 6-0 and entered the French Open women's singles fourth for the first time in his career. Strong.
This is also the second time she has reached the semi-finals of the Grand Slam (this year's Australian Open). She will compete with No. 7 seed Kvitova for a place in the finals.
In the first game today, Kenning broke serve with a straight four-pointer in the fifth inning, leading 4-2. In the next few rounds, although Kenning failed to break serve again, she firmly held her advantage and took the lead 6-4 after successfully winning the serve.
At the start of the second set, both of them solved the break point and kept the serve. In the fifth game, Kenning took the lead again to break serve. However, Collins quickly broke back and tied the score at 3 to 3. After a 4-4 tie, Collins first secured serve, and then she caused trouble in the Kenning serve. In the end, Collins seized the opportunity in the fourth inventory to win a set 6-4.
In the final set, Kenning scored four points in a row and broke serve. In the 3rd game, Kenning broke serve again and got a perfect start to 3-0. In the next three games, Kenning made persistent efforts without giving his opponent any chance. After saving the break point and winning the game, Kenning won 6-0.