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HISTORY IN THE MAKING OSTAPENKO VS HALEP IN WOMEN'S FINAL

JELENA OSTAPENKO WILL RECEIVE HER BIGGEST BIRTHDAY GIFT TODAY WINNING AN ENTRY INTO THE FINALS OF A GRAND SLAM EVENT AND A BIG CHECK TO GO WITH IT. SHE WAS A TEENAGER YESTERDAY BUT TODAY SHE IS A YOUNG WOMAN PLAYING LIKE A VETERAN.  WITH SKILLS TALENT AND THE MIND OF ONE WHO HAS BEEN ON THE TOUR FOR YEARS SHE WILL BE TESTED BY ANOTHER VETERAN BUT TODAY WAS HER DAY WHERE SHE TOOK DOWN 30TH SEED TIMEA BACSINSKY IN THE FRENCH OPEN SEMIFINALS 7-6(4), 3-6, 6-3.  NO HOLDS BARRED BACSINSKY THREW EVERYTHING PLUS THE KITCHEN SINK AT JELENA, SLICES, BOOMERANG SHOTS, DROP SHOTS, POWER YOU NAME IT.  IT WORKED BUT DID NOT WORK THE YOUNG STALLION MOVES SHE'S GUTSY AND SWINGS FOR THE FENCES.  OH AND FEARLESS.  SHE HAD 50 WINNERS AND 45 UNFORCED ERRORS.  TRADING BREAKS THROUGHOUT THE MATCH OSTAPENKO NEVER SHOWED ANY NEGATIVE EMOTIONS. SHE JUST PLAYED AND PLAYED HER HEART OUT DRILLING SHOTS SIDE TO SIDE, ICING TIMEA'S SECOND SERVE FOR WINNERS DOWN THE LINE WITH NO FEAR. SHE PLAYED LIKE A CHESS PLAYER PREDICTING AND MOVING 2 TO 3 SHOTS AHEAD LIKE A VETERAN!  THE FIRST LAVIAN EVER TO REACH A GRAND SLAM FINAL.   THIS LADY HAS THE WHOLE PACKAGE AND WILL MOVE TO A TOP 20 RANKING FROM NO. 47 BY WINNING THE SEMI'S OR POSSIBLY AS HIGH AS NO. 13 IF SHE WINS THE TITLE.

THE VETERAN SIMONA HALEP BEFORE THE TOURNAMENT CAME IN THE TOURNAMENT WITH A ANKLE INJURY BUT NOTHING WOULD STOP HER FROM THIS OPPORTUNITY.  A CHANCE TO WIN THE BIG ONE.  THIS ROAD TO ROLAND GARROS HAS BEEN QUITE LONG GOING TO THE SEMI'S AT THE PORSCHE GRAND PRIX, WINNING MADRID AND RUNNER UP IN ITALY.  TODAY SHE PLAYED A LADY WHO FLATTENS AND DESTROYS THE BALL WITH A SLUDGE HAMMER.  KAROLINA PLISKOVA CAN POUND THE BALL SIMILAR TO ROBIN SODERLING THE SWEDISH PLAYER ONCE NO. 4 IN HE WORLD HAD LONG SMOOTH STROKES HAMMERED THE BALL...  SIMONA THE 3RD SEED AND KAROLINA THE 2ND SEED BOTH USED THE WHOLE COURT WITH SIMONA NOT DROPPING ANY SWEAT AS PLISKOVA RAN HER FROM CORNER TO CORNER.  SIMONA DEFENSE WAS GREAT ESPECIALLY ON THE RUN IN THE 3RD SET WHERE SHE HIT AN AMAZING CROSS COURT WINNER LATE IN THE 3RD SET SEALED THE DEAL STUNNING THE CZECH'S POWERFUL GAME. PLISKOVA'S 57% FIRST SERVE AND 55 ERRORS DID NOT HELP EVEN THOUGH SHE HAMMERED 45 WINNERS AND 7 ACES.  HALEP'S GREAT RUNNING AND DEFENSIVE SKILLS PROVED TO BE THE NEMISIS TODAY.  HALEP MOVES ON TO HER SECOND FINALS AT ROLAND GARROS 6-4, 3-6, 6-3.

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