Above all, Gauff impressed with their outstanding service. The world rankings-25. came to a point rate of 81 percent over the first serve, over the second it was still 71.
The result: Jabeur didn’t get a break in the entire game and in the end had no chance.
The situation at Court Suzanne-Lenglen was similarly clear.
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Krejcikova also gave Stephens no chance to break and had the quarter-final ticket in his pocket after just 67 minutes.
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Iga Swiatek is unwaveringly striving to successfully defend her title in Paris. The 20-year-old Polish woman reached the quarter-finals with a 6: 3, 6: 4 win against the Ukrainian Marta Kostjuk and has now won 22 sets in a row in the clay court classic.
The world number ninth now surprisingly meets Maria Sakkari from Greece, who beat Swiatek’s final opponent from the previous year, Sofia Kenin from the USA, 6: 1, 6: 3.
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Women’s results on Monday:
- Our JABEUR (TUN)  – Coco GAUFF (USA) 3:6, 1:6
- Sloane STEPHENS (USA) – Barbora KREJCIKOVA (CZE) 2:6, 0:6
- Marta KOSTYUK (UKR) – Iga SWIATEK (POL) 3:6, 4:6
- Sofia KENIN (USA) – Maria SAKKARI (GRE)  1:6, 3:6
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