Netease Sports reported on October 7:
The 2020 French Open ends the women's singles quarter-final competition. Match 4 seed
Won at the beginning of this year
At the beginning of the game, Kenning was forced to a tie by Collins in the first serve, but since then the Australian Open champions have maintained a high level of service. Kenning scored 15 points in 18 first serve and only lost 2 points in addition to 3 double faults in the second serve. Collins did not create any break points. In the 5th game, Kenning broke serve with Collins' double fault love game. Collins saved the break point to avoid being broken again in the seventh game. Kenning had the last laugh with his break in the fifth game.
In the first game of the second set, Collins still stubbornly secured the serve even with three consecutive double faults. The next round of unseeded American players also squandered break opportunities. Both sides have secured the serve one after another, and the score alternately rises. After the 2 draw, the two sides broke each other, and Collins fearlessly took the initiative to make too many mistakes and continued to attack. In the 10th game, Kenning was unable to stop Collins by resolving three points, and the latter broke the 6-4 lead again.
In the deciding set, Collins' momentum fell back, losing 4 points in a row at the opening and sending the first serve with a double error. Kenning quickly opened the score. In the third game, Collins still failed to secure serve, Kenning continued to expand the result: 4-0. The Australian Open champion with a big lead has become more bold in receiving and serving. The small ball in front of the net released under Collins pressure was not very successful, and Kenning rushed to the net to complete the third consecutive break in the set with a precise return ball. The Australian Open champion used a strong serve to defuse the break-of-serve crisis that appeared in the serve-winning game, and finally lost six straight games to secure the last four-final seat.