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This time, Alizé Cornet remained helpless. After creating the sensation to the previous towers by offering the Scalp of three series headers, including two older number one world, garbin Muguruza in the second round, in the 16th finals and Simona Halep in the round of 16, the French. nothing could be against the American Danielle Collins. The Niçoise has certainly managed to resist the first set, but had to make arms to bow 7-5, 6-1 in 1h28.

Alizé Cornet, which disputed his first quarter-finals in career, had a nice cling to, writing to play the extra one, but could not put his opponent in difficulty. Justing on his service games, the tricolor would finally crack at 5-6, not without saving two first balls. But a wooded right shot was going to ruin his hopes. Frustrated, the one that should appear on the world's 37th, Monday, was not going to recover.

The American did not let it breathe and pushed the nail at the beginning of the second round by making the entrance break. Without the power of his opponent, who was going to finish the meeting with 28 winning strokes - against 11 for the French -, Alizé Cornet had to make arms and satisfy this unexpected quarter finals at the beginning of the fortnight. The tricolor female tennis will have to wait before having a semifinal representative of a Grand Slam tournament, which is no longer from the coronet of Marion Bartoli in Wimbledon in 2013.

Australian Open: Great First for Collins! .
© Provided by Sports.co.uk Tennis - Open d'Australia (F): Collins crushes swiatek and will face Barty for its first final in Grand Chelem aged 28 years since December 13, Danielle Collins will play Saturday in Melbourne SA Any first final in a Grand Slam tournament. Like Ashleigh Barty in the first semifinal against Madison Keys , the American trampled (6-4, 6-1 in 1h19) his opponent in the second semifinal Iga Swiatek.

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