Stat attack: Day 10 by numbers

 - Reem Abulleil

Check out the standout statistics from a busy Tuesday at Roland-Garros.

Juan Sebastian Cabal, Robert Farah, Roland Garros 2021, men's doubles quarter-finals© Corinne Dubreuil/FFT

As we edge closer to the business end of the tournament, we take a close look at some of the numbers that defined Day 10 at Roland-Garros.


Tamara Zidansek is the first woman representing Slovenia to reach a Grand Slam semi-final.


Iga Swiatek has reached the women’s doubles semi-finals for the second consecutive year, this time with Bethanie Mattek-Sands with victory over No.11 seeds Andreja Klepac and Darija Jurak on Tuesday.

Iga Swiatek, Bethanie Mattek Sands, Roland-Garros 2021, women's doubles© Philippe Montigny / FFT


Zverev is the third German man to reach the semi-finals of Roland-Garros in the Open Era, and the first since 1996. This is also his third career Grand Slam semi-finalist.


Stefanos Tsitsipas is through to a third consecutive Grand Slam semi-final, thanks to his straight-sets win over Daniil Medvedev on Tuesday.


Colombian doubles pair Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah are into the semi-finals at Roland-Garros for the fourth time in five years.


All four teams that made the doubles semi-finals consist of partners of the same nationality – Spaniards, French, Colombians and Kazakhstanis.


Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova has finally snapped her 0-6 losing record in Grand Slam quarter-finals and has reached a maiden semi-final on her seventh attempt.


Elena Rybakina bowed out of the tournament as the ace leader on the women’s side this fortnight, having struck 28 aces through five matches.


Zidansek hit 48 winners during her three-set win over Paula Badosa in their quarter-final.


Tsitsipas leads the six remaining men in the singles draw in points won behind the second serve percentage with a 62% success rate in that category so far this tournament.


Pavlyuchenkova and Elena Rybakina hit a combined 90 winners during their singles quarter-final showdown on Tuesday.


Zverev needed a mere 96 minutes to knock out world No.46 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in the quarter-finals on Tuesday.