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Elina Svitolina first entered the Wimbledon semifinals

Elina Svitolina first entered the Wimbledon semifinals

No. 8 seed Elina Svitolina broke the losing streak in search of Grand Slam semifinals with a 7-5, 6-4 victory over Karolina Muchova in Wimbledon quarterfinals.

July 9th, Elina Svitolina had a match against Karolina Muchova in the first yard to compete for a ticket to the Grand Slam semi-final on the grass. More appreciated, but the Ukrainian player struggled against opponents of the 68th class in the world.

The number 8 seed is no good when being led 2-5. Thoughts will be lost to the first set, but Elina Svitolina is strong up. She won the next five games in a row to complete the comeback stage in a set.

To set 2, Elina Svitolina continued to make a difficult start when losing the break in the second game. However, the No. 8 seed once again showed its bravery with breaking 3 breaks and winning 6-4.

After more than 90 minutes of competition, Elina Svitolina subdued her opponent to gain the right to play the Wimbledon semi-final for the first time in her career. She became the first Ukrainian female player to participate in the fourth round of the strongest players in a Grand Slam tournament.

"What a feeling that was. First of all is the first semi-final, and I really didn't expect it to happen here. I have learned how to be patient by experiencing many difficult matches in the quarterfinals”, Elina Svitolina said.

Elina Svitolina's opponent in the semifinals is Simona Halep. Former world number one is showing high performance at this tournament when defeating Shuai Zhang 7-6 and 6-1 in the first quarter-final. Simona Halep and Elina Svitolina have met each other seven times before, and the Ukrainian player is better when there are 4 wins. However, the last meeting in Doha in February this year, Elina Svitolina hated her when she lost 1-2.

Serena Williams experienced a difficult quarterfinal match against fellow countryman Alison Riske. The bravery and experience of the player who owns 23 Grand Slam titles speaks at the right time when winning 6-4, 4-6 and 6-3. The 37-year-old is the brightest candidate for this year's championship.

However, to do that, Serena Williams needs to overcome the phenomenon of Barbora Strycova. The duo is having an impressive tournament when he won 2-0 against No. 4 seed Kiki Bertens in Round 3. In the quarterfinals, Barbora Strycova defeated the host nation's hopes of Johanna Konta 7-6 and 6-1 to make their first Wimbledon semi-final at 33.