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Mirra Andreeva vs Aryna Sabalenka live stream: How to watch WTA French Open online

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Mirra Andreeva vs Aryna Sabalenka live stream: How to watch WTA French Open online

Published: 19:43, 4 June 2024

Aryna Sabalenka goes head-to-head with teenage sensation Mirra Andreeva in the WTA French Open quarter-finals on Wednesday, scheduled to begin at 2:45pm (UK time). 

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It’s been an incredible run for Mirra Andreeva at just her second French Open. The 17-year-old has already made it through four rounds with just one set dropped so far, with her most impressive victory coming against world No.21 Victoria Azarenka. This is Andreeva’s best-ever run at a Grand Slam having previously reached the fourth round of the 2024 Australian Open and 2023 Wimbledon Championships, but these sorts of performances at this age point to an incredible career in the making.

Things are about to get much tougher, however, with Aryna Sabalenka up next. The Belarusian is ranked second in the world right now, with No.1 Iga Swiatek the only player to beat her in her last 14 matches. In fact, Swiatek — who is still in this tournament — has beaten Sabalenka in the finals of the Italian and Madrid Opens during that time, so she will have revenge firmly on her mind even at this early stage. Sabalenka — who has reached at least the semi-finals in each of her last six Grand Slam appearances, winning the 2023 and 2024 Australian Opens — has won 29 of her 36 matches so far in 2024, compared to 16 wins from 23 for Andreeva.

This is already the third meeting between these two players, with Sabalenka winning each of the previous two. Curiously, both those victories came in straight sets on May 1st at the Madrid Open, in 2023 and 2024, respectively.

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