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Date: Friday, June 3, 2016
Start Time: 7 a.m. ET/1 p.m. local
TV Channel: Tennis Channel (USA), ITV 4 (UK), Eurosport 1 and 2 (UK, France and most European countries), TSN (Canada), FoxSports (Australia) ESPN
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Garbine Muguruza is trying to reach her first Roland Garros final and prove that she’s a legitimate Grand Slam contender. Samantha Stosur is trying to prove that she still has what it takes to make Slam finals and compete at the highest level. Only one can reach the final at the 2016 French Open: Who will prevail when they face off in Friday’s Roland Garros semifinal?
Twice before, Muguruza has made the quarterfinals of the French Open and been stopped short by an inspired player. In 2014, she made her name with a straight-sets defeat of Serena Williams in the second round and took a set from eventual champion Maria Sharapova in the quarterfinals before falling in three. In 2015, she blasted her way to a last-eight match-up with left-handed Czech Lucie Safarova, but was unable to find a way past the eventual runner-up who was in the form of her life.
Returning in 2016 as the fourth seed, with the pressure and expectation that comes with having reached a Grand Slam final at Wimbledon in 2015 on her shoulders and a poor season so far behind her, Muguruza survived a tough test in her opening match against Anna Karolina Schmiedlova but survived in three sets and hasn’t looked back since, pounding her way past Myrtille Georges, Yanina Wickmayer, former champion Svetlana Kuznetsova and surprise quarterfinalist Shelby Rogers. The last two wins have been particularly impressive, because of the calibre of her opponent in the case of the Kuznetsova match and because the conditions against Rogers were so tough. In the cold, damp, muddy weather that has dominated the second week of Roland Garros, Muguruza displayed impressive resilience and wasn’t taken aback by surrendering an early break. She found her serve, stayed with Rogers throughout the opening set and pounced when the time was right, eventually running out a 7-5, 6-3 winner. It was a deeply confident performance that showed just how at home Muguruza is at the French Open, and how profound her belief is that she can win this event.