Halep sweeps Svitolina and passes his first final in London

Simona Halep undid with much superiority of Elina Svitolina and will play for the first time in her career the Wimbledon final, against Serena Williams.


Simona Halep had already been champion and twice finalist at Roland Garros, and last year she also played the title match in Australia. Since Thursday, in her record also the Wimbledon final of 2019. The Romanian took the leap in a highly prestigious square, perhaps the most difficult because of the grass, to win with tremendous superiority (6-1 and 6-3 in 73 minutes) to Elina Svitolina, which came in ascending progression after a few bad months and was seen overwhelmed by know-how, professionalism and the desire of Halep.

Simona already knew what it was to win the Ukrainian in a Grand Slam, he did saving even a match ball in Paris, in 2017. Svitolina had already reached ceiling in a major to reach the semifinals and that relief may have detracted from his desire and he was unhappy. It was loose with the service and disastrous in the network (4/13). And with a little more aggressiveness, Halep was enough to dominate.

Your triumph has a prize: he returns to the top-5, exactly to the fourth position in the ranking. The balance between them is now tied (4-4). And now his rival for the grand final will be aúpa: the great Serena Williams, who got off Barbora Strycova. "I have learned that I can with her, I believe that I have the opportunity to beat her. Of course I respect her and everything she has done, but I look stronger mentally to face her," Halep told a news conference.



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