Ukrainian tennis player 

Marta Kostyuk

 reached the semifinals of the WTA 500 tournament in San Diego, USA.

The 21-year-old native of Kyiv (No. 34 WTA) coped with the "neutral" Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (No. 25 WTA) in the quarterfinals.

The match lasted two hours and 14 minutes and ended with the victory of the Ukrainian over the athlete from the terrorist state with a score of 3:6, 6:4, 6:3.

During the match, Marta made 5 overhand serves, made 10 double faults and used 5 of 11 break points.

For a place in the finals, Kostyuk will compete with the first-seeded American Jessica Pegula (No. 5 WTA).

In turn, another Ukrainian, 

Angelina Kalinina,

made it to the semifinals of the WTA 250 tournament in Austin (USA).

In the quarterfinals, the 27-year-old native of Novaya Kakhovka (No. 35 WTA) won a strong-willed victory over Frenchwoman Diane Parry (No. 62 WTA).

The match lasted 2 hours and 19 minutes and ended with the triumph of the Ukrainian with a score of 1:6, 6:4, 6:2.

In the semi-finals, Kalinin will play against the Chinese woman Wang Siyu (No. 64 WTA), who won a technical victory over the American Danielle Collins (No. 48 WTA) in the 1/4 finals.

Kostyuk and Kalinin reached the quarterfinals of WTA tournaments in the USA

Kalinin and Yastremska reached the second round of WTA tournaments in the USA (video)

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