On October 8, Beijing time, the women's singles semi-finals of the 2020 French Open began a contest. The 19-year-old unseeded Sviatek swept the Argentine qualifier Podoloska 6-2 and 6-1 in six games. The game did not lose a set and entered the Grand Slam final for the first time.
As soon as the first set came on today, Sviatek broke serve and started the game perfectly 3-0. In the next few games, both of them kept the serve, and the Polish star continued to lead 4-2. At the end of the game, Sviatek was still strong, she first went straight for four points to complete the guarantee, and then broke serve again, winning the first 6-2.
In the second set, Sviatek broke serve in the opening game. In the fourth game, the Polish girl broke the opponent's serve again and got a 4-0 lead.
Although Sviatek suffered a break for the first time in the game in the next round, she quickly broke back and led 5-1. In the serve win game, Sviateck did not give his opponent a chance and won 6-1 after a smooth guarantee.
6-1, 6-2  Wan Zhuosova (the runner-up last year) 63 minutes
6-1, 6-4 Xie Shuwei 67 minutes
6-3, 6-2 Bouchard (top four) 74 minutes
6-1, 6-2  Halep (former champion) 68 minutes
6-3, 6-1 Trevisan 78 minutes
6-2, 6-1 podoroska 70 minutes