Athletistic/Tennis. The world’s 38th racket, Russian tennis player Mirra Andreeva, spoke about her plans for the upcoming Roland Garros quarter-final match against WTA second-ranked Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus.

“We are going to make changes because the way I played the last two times didn’t work. Sabalenka is a very experienced player, at a different level, so I have to be ready from the start. I hope my coach will help me, and then we will see how it goes,” reports the press service of Roland Garros, according to Andreeva’s words.

Previously, Andreeva and Sabalenka met three times and the Belarusian tennis player won all matches without losing a single set. The last meeting took place on May 1, 2024 in the quarterfinals of the WTA-1000 clay court tournament in Madrid and ended with a score of 6:1, 6:4 in favor of Sabalenka.

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