Netease Sports reported on October 4:
Ukrainian star Svitolina brought the Strasbourg champion to the French Open, and joined the host's favorite Garcia in the fourth round. The latter has won 3 games in a total of 4 previous matches between the two sides, and all 3 games were reversed by losing one set first. This time Svitolina refused to repeat the same mistakes and completely blocked Garcia's counterattack in the second set.
At the beginning of the game, Svitolina broke serve continuously and then pulled the score to 3-0. Garcia broke back for a while, but the Frenchman's serve continued to be sluggish. Svitolina then captured the opponent's serve twice. In the 7th game, Garcia courageously resolved an inventory, and Svitolina relied on a forehand winning point to cash in for the second chance. The No. 3 seed relies on four breaks to win a set first.
The game entered the second set. Svitolina used a beautiful backhand to receive the serve and directly scored and broke Garcia's second serve. From the 5th game of the first set, Garcia has lost 5 consecutive games. Since then the two sides broke each other, Svitolina still holds a break advantage: 3-1. Garcia wasted the break point created in the 5th game, and then lost the last hope of a comeback. Svitolina took a 5-3 lead and entered the winning game. Garcia faced the match point with a forehand return and went out of bounds.
Garcia sent 34 active errors in this 63-minute game, 20 more active errors than Svitolina. Svitolina is just one step away from refreshing her personal French Open best result. Her opponent in the quarter-finals is the qualifying dark horse Podolska
Podoroska defeated Czech Klejkova with a score of 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 in another game, becoming the first Argentinian to reach the quarter-finals of the French Open since 2004. . Before this French Open, Podoloska had never won a back-to-back singles match victory on the tour.