2023 French Open, Aryna Sabalenka reaches quarter-finals: Key stats
Women's singles second seed Aryna Sabalenka has reached the quarter-finals of the 2023 French Open after beating Sloane Stephens 7-6, 6-4. Sabalenka, who has been in supreme form in 2023, has reached the last eight at Roland Garros for the first time in her career. Her best tally before this was three successive third-round appearances. Here's more.
Sabalenka's form in 2023
Sabalenka has now raced to a 33-5 win-loss record in 2023. Sabalenka won the 2023 Madrid Open to claim her third WTA title in 2023. Notably, it was her fifth final in a WTA tournament this year. She won Adelaide International 1 before claiming the 2023 Australian Open title. Sabalenka was also a runner-up at the Indian Wells and Stuttgart Open.
Sabalenka has an 11-0 record at Slams this year
Sabalenka has a 47-19 win-loss record at Grand Slams. At the French Open, her tally reads as 11-5. In the ongoing 2023 season, Sabalenka has an 11-0 record across two Slams.
4-0 record for Sabalenka over Stephens
Sabalenka now owns a 4-0 record over Stephens in terms of the head-to-head record. Her last win before this had come at the 2022 San Diego Open. In their fourth-round match at the French Open, Sabalenka converted 4/9 break points and doled out two aces.
Svitolina beats Kasatkina
Elina Svitolina reached the last eight after overcoming Daria Kasatkina 6-4, 7-6. Svitolina served three aces to Kasatkina's nil and also managed lesser double faults (1-4). Svitolina had a 61% win on the first serve and a 41% win on the second. She converted 6/12 break points. Svitolina has booked her fourth Roland Garros quarter-finals and a first since 2020.
7-0 H2H lead for Svitolina over Kasatkina
As per WTA, Svitolina's victory is the 35th Top 10 win of her career on the WTA Tour. The win also extended her dominant head-to-head record over Kasatkina to 7-0.Share this timeline