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Elena Rybakina triumphs over Swiatek in the semi-finals and clashes with Vondrousova or Kostyuk at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix. HIGHLIGHTS – STUTTGART RESULTS – Tennis Tonic

PORSCHE TENNIS GRAND PRIX – STUTTGART RESULTS. Rybakina tries to beat Swiatek in the final with Marketa Vondrousova or Marta Kostyuk

Elena Rybakina beat defending champion Iga Swiatek 6-3 4-6 6-3 in the semi-finals in Stuttgart on Saturday. Rybakina will play Marketa Vondrousova or Marta Kostyuk in the final. The battle lasted 2 hours and 49 minutes. This will be her best result in this competition. Previously, the best she could do was reach 2NL round in 2022 and 2023. Here you can see her previous results at this event.

Stuttgart

Rybakina’s record

Highlights Elena Rybakina vs. Iga Swiatek Porsche Tennis Grand Prix – Stuttgart

Statistics: aces, double faults, breaks, winners

At the end of the match, Elena scored 108 points versus those of the Pole 103.

Rybakina

Rybakina hit 10 aces and made 5 double faults. Elena won this match even though she had some trouble converting her break points as she was only converting 20% (4/20) of the opportunities acquired.

Swiatek

On the other hand, the Pole was not very good at converting her breakpoints (alone 15%2/13). That was one of the main issues for her loss.

After this match, the head-to-head score between Rybakina and Swiatek is 4-2 for Elena.

Draw and next match H2H: Elena Rybakina vs. Marketa Vondrousova or Marta Kostyuk – statistics

Rybakina will face Marketa Vondrousova or Marta Kostyuk in the final. The head-to-head score is 1-1 vs. Marketa Vondrousova and 1-1 vs. Marta Kostyuk.

Live score progress and statistics

Rybakina started the set in the best possible way after breaking Iga Swiatek in the 1st game (1-0). Still, Rybakina managed to make a great comeback and break Swiatek in the 4e (2-2) and in the 6e (4-2) game before you win the set (6-3).

A defining moment in this set was when Rybakina won five consecutive games in the 1st set to change the number of games from 0-2 Unpleasant 5-2.

Elena converted 22% of her breakpoints (2/9). She had 9 breakpoint possibilities in the 4e (1-2 0-40), the 5e (3-2 15-40 and 30-40), the 8e (5-2 40-A, 40-A, 40-A and 40-A) and the 10e game (6-2 15-40 and 30-40). Moreover, on the other hand, Iga converted 16% of her breakpoints (1/6). She had her chances in the 1st (0-0 15-40, 30-40 and 40-A), the 5e (2-2 15-40 and 30-40) and the 9e game (3-5 30-40).

They played 77 points. Elena won 5 points more than Swiatek (41-36). Elena gave up 16 points on serve (22-16). Moreover, Swiatek on the other hand conceded 19 points on serve (20-19).

There wasn’t much difference between the 2 players in this set, with the exception of 1 break that Iga captured in the 10e game (6-4) before finally winning the set (6-4).

Iga failed to serve out the set when he was ahead 6-4 break at 40.

Iga missed the chance to break Elena in the 4e match when she had 3 consecutive chances (0-40).

Swiatek was perfect in converting all her break points into the 4e (2-1 0-40, 15-40 and 30-40), the 6e (3-2 30-40) and the 10e game (5-4 30-40). On the other hand, Elena was also perfect in converting all her break points into the 11e game (3-6 30-40 and 40-A).

They played 66 points. Iga won 6 points more than Rybakina (36-30). Swiatek dropped 9 points on serve (22-9). Turning to the other side of the net, Rybakina gave up 14 points on serve (21-14).

Rybakina won the set after breaking Swiatek in the 5e (3-2) and in the 9e (6-3) game.

The Kazakhstani converted 22% of her breakpoints (2/9). She had 9 breakpoint possibilities in the 3rd (1-1 15-40, 30-40, 40-A, 40-A and 40-A), the 5e (2-2 30-40 and 40-A) and the 9e game (5-3 30-40 and 40-A). On the other hand, the Pole could not convert either of her two break points. She had 2 chances for break points in the 6e (2-3 30-40) and the 8e game (3-4 30-40).

They contested 68 points. The Kazakhstani was the one who won the set after capturing 6 points more than the Pole (37-31). Rybakina dropped 12 points on serve (20-12). On the other hand, the Pole conceded 17 points on serve (19-17).

Tennis results in Stuttgart

  • Elena RybakinaRybakinaIga SwaatekSwiatek (6-3 4-6 6-3)
  • Jan-Lennard StruffStrufMartin KlizanKlizan (6-4 6-4)
  • Pedro SousaSousaKevin KrawietzKrawietz (6-1 1-6 6-1)

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