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The couple were named locally as disabled Michael Cobley, 75, who was known as Jack and his 46-year-old partner Zanna Ernstone.

She is the youngest French Open semifinalist in a decade.“Maybe,” Ostapenko said, “kind of (a) new generation.”Against Wozniacki, a two-time U. Open runner-up, Ostapenko sent shots toward the lines and put them right where she wanted often enough to deliver 38 winners – 32 more than her defensive-minded opponent.“It looks like she hits it late a lot of the time, and you think she won’t be able to do cross-court or down the line in certain moments,” Wozniacki said, “and she does anyway.”The first Latvian woman to reach a Grand Slam semifinal in the professional era, Ostapenko credits her strong footwork to a hobby, ballroom dancing (she prefers the samba).

When Tuesday’s play began, the wind averaged 18 mph, with gusts up to 50 mph, making balls swerve oddly. Players wiped their eyes when dust kicked up from the clay court.

“So I think if I keep it up, I think anything can happen.”Those last three words might as well be printed on posters to commemorate the 2017 French Open.

With Serena Williams (pregnant), Maria Sharapova (denied a wild card after a doping suspension) and Victoria Azarenka (about to come back after having a baby) all absent, No.

She cracked jokes at her news conference, then giggled at her own words.

As Ostapenko left the room, she turned to her agent and whispered with a wide, proud smile, “My answers are funny.” This is all so new to her – and she seemed as surprised as anyone to be where she is.“I mean, of course, when I came here, I didn’t expect I’m going to be in the semis, but I was playing better and better every match,” the 47th-ranked Ostapenko said.

That just so happens to be Ostapenko’s 20th birthday and Bacsinszky’s 28th – which they each knew, because they were doubles partners at a tournament last season and have become pals.

After Tuesday’s victories, they ran into each other in the players’ gym and hugged.“Lucky her, she’s way younger than I am,” Bacsinszky said.

A rainbow and the Eiffel tower are seen as rain showers suspended the quarterfinal match of Denmark’s Caroline Wozniacki and Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko of the French Open tennis tournament Tuesday at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris.

Workers remove water from the tarpaulin covering the court as rain showers suspended the quarterfinal match of Denmark’s Caroline Wozniacki and Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko of the French Open tennis tournament Tuesday at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris.

Paris, though, brings out her best.“It’s the tournament closest to my heart,” Bacsinszky said.