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Roland Garros • French Open Photo Gallery Day 11 Starring Djokovic, Nadal, Gauff, Sakkari and More!

Rafael Nadal won nine straight games subduing Diego Schwartzman 6-3, 4-6, 6-4, 6-0 racing into his record-extending 14th Roland Garros semifinal.
“I want to play maybe Nole next time, but no Rafa,” Diego Schwartzman joked after falling to the king of clay in Paris for the second straight year. EPA-EFE/YOAN VALAT
No. 17-seeded Maria Sakkari stunned defending champion Iga Swiatek 6-4, 6-4 to make history as the first Greek woman to reach a Grand Slam semifinal. EPA-EFE/CAROLINE BLUMBERG
“Maria did a good job with playing at my forehand, which wasn’t working pretty well today,” said Iga Swiatek after bowing to Maria Sakkari. EPA-EFE/IAN LANGSDON
Iga Swiatek took a near 10-minute medical timeout and played with taping wrapping her right thigh. EPA-EFE/IAN LANGSDON
“It’s a big achievement for sure,” said Maria Sakkari after snapping Iga Swiatek’s 11-match Roland Garros winning streak to join her friend and compatriot Stefanos Tsitsipas as a French Open semifinalist. EPA-EFE/IAN LANGSDON
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic eyes the ball during his quarterfinal match against Matteo Berrettini. EPA-EFE/YOAN VALAT
The No. 9-seeded Berrettini took a walkover from Roger Federer into his first French Open quarterfinal. EPA-EFE/YOAN VALAT
Former doubles world No. 1 Barbora Krejcikova fought off five set points in the first set then surged through 15 straight points in the second stopping Coco Gauff’s inspired Roland Garros run 7-6(6), 6-3. EPA-EFE/IAN LANGSDON
“I’m obviously disappointed that I wasn’t able to close out the first set,” 17-year-old Coco Gauff said after playing her maiden major quarterfinal. EPA-EFE/IAN LANGSDON
Rafael Nadal now stands six sets away from capturing a 14th Roland Garros crown and men’s record 21st Grand Slam title. EPA-EFE/IAN LANGSDON
“Of course, the numbers are just amazing, no? But I can’t think about that now, honestly. Let’s talk about that when I finish my career,” said Rafael Nadal, who raised his Roland Garros record to an astounding 105-2. EPA-EFE/CAROLINE BLUMBERG