The smiling Trevisan beats Fernandez
Earlier on center court, Trevisan became the first Italian to reach the French Open semi-finals since Sara Errani in 2013 with an impressive 6-2, 6-7(3), 6-3 header loss. serial number 17 Leylah. Fernandez on Tuesday.
The world No. 59 extended her winning streak to 10 matches, after lifting the trophy in Rabat in preparation for Roland-Garros.
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In what was the first all-left Women’s Grand Slam quarter-final since Wimbledon 2014, Trevisan was smashed as she served for the win as 19-year-old Fernandez saved a match point to keep her chance alive and leveled up for 5-5.
The Canadian teenager clinched the second-set tiebreaker to force a decider but the 28-year-old Trevisan rallied to wrap up the victory in three sets and reach the first major semi-final of her career .