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Jasmine Paolini: The Italian who represents three other flags

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Italy sees a largely luxury show at Roland Garros Yannick Siner (semi-finalist and ATP world number one), but also thanks Yasmine Paolini (15th), one of the great discoveries of heroism. At only 163cm from the ground, its impact was very high.

He, at the age of 28, for the first time in his career (he has about $4 million in prize money) managed to reach the semi-finals of a Grand Slam and he did so after defeat Elena Rybakina.

It is no coincidence that the daughter Italian father and mother of Ghanaian-Polish descent (plus a Polish grandmother and Danish grandfather) Been among the top four in the tournament ever since In 2024, it achieved a meteoric riseWhich included his first major title: Dubai.

In 2023, he showed glimpses of what his next season will be like and he did not disappoint. in the beginning of the year She reached the fourth round at the Australian Open She rose to 24th in the WTA rankings, her best up to that time. He excelled in cleanliness and frivolity Elisabetta Cocchiarito As the first Italian tennis player in her country.

However, a few months later, in 2024, he dealt a major blow to… He became the WTA 1000 champion of the United Arab Emirates This is his first title in this category so far. The same situation occurred in his home country of Italy, where, Together with Sara Errani, they lifted the doubles trophy in Rome.

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This is sustainable growth, together with your coach renzo forlan, It brought her to the semi-finals of Roland Garros and also, It allowed him to get a place among the top 10 in the rating world. Yes, starting Monday, the top 10 in the WTA rankings will have a new name, and it will Jasmine Paolini.

All the action from Roland Garros can be followed exclusively on ESPN and STAR+.

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