Netease Sports reported on October 4:
The 2020 French Open ended the fourth round of the first women's singles. The biggest favorite to win the championship, and the 2018 champion Halep only scored 3 games. He was defeated 1-6, 2-6 by the 19-year-old Polish teenager Sviatek. The latter was revenge for his first defeat in a year. . Halep's 17-game winning streak came to an end, stopping at the top of the 16th, and Sviatek reached the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam for the first time in his career.
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Sviatek took the lead in serving the first set. The Polish rookies only lost 3 points in the first 3 games, and even the guarantee broke to establish a 3-0 lead. In the 4th game, Halep went smoothly and the top seed was unable to create pressure on the opponent's serve. Sviatek firmly took the initiative. In the 6th game, Halep gave up the serve again, and Sviatek scored a 3-0 score, and the Polish girl took the first set in just 26 minutes.
In the second set, Halep took the initiative to make mistakes and surrendered his first serve. Sviatek got a 2-0 advantage after securing the serve. In the next round, Halep courageously resolved 4 break points before it was difficult to secure serve. Sviatek continued to put pressure on Halep, who remained in decline. In the 5th game, the Polish teenager broke serve for the fourth time in the game and quickly pulled the score to 5-1. Halep defended the seventh game to avoid the end of the game early, while Sviatek easily won the game.
在第二盘比赛中，哈勒普（Halep）主动犯错，放弃了自己的第一发球。取得发球后，Sviatek获得2-0的优势。在下一轮中，哈勒普勇敢地解决了4个破发点，以确保发球困难。 Sviatek继续对仍处于下滑状态的Halep施加压力。在第五局中，这位波兰小将第四次突破发球局，迅速将比分拉高至5-1。 Halep捍卫了第七场比赛，以避免提早结束比赛，而Sviatek轻松赢得比赛。
Halep, who won three consecutive championships in Dubai, Prague and Rome, ended his 17-game winning streak. She scored 12 to 30 in the game and was defeated by Svyatek, and 15 active turnovers were only 5 fewer than her opponent. Halep's second serve scoring rate was limited to 40% by Sviatek. She lost a total of 4 serving games without creating any break points.