French Open: Martina Trevisan into first Grand Slam semi-final

Martina Trevisan contacted her maiden Grand Slam semi-final in the wake of conquering nerves to see off an energetic Leylah Fernandez in the quarter-final of the French Open.

Straight from winning her lady WTA Tour singles title in Rabat last week, the unseeded Trevisan made it 10 successes on the jog with a 6-2, 6-7 (3-7), 6-3 triumph over Fernandez on Tuesday

The Italian, who arrived at the quarter-final at Roland Garros in 2020, blitzed US Open runner-up, Fernandez, in the initial set, breaking in the first game and again in game seven.

The 13th seed then, at that point, discovered some musicality in the second set as she broke in game four just for Trevisan... catch up with back right away and afterward go 5-4 with a second break in game nine.

Trevisan emerged to serve for the match and had a match point at 40-30, yet the Canadian won three back-to-back focuses to draw level and afterward ruled the sudden death round.

The 28-year-old didn't return to her shell in the concluding set as she rolled out four continuous games to go 4-0 up

however, Fernandez was not finished as she guaranteed a crushed spirit in game five.