Coco Gauff triumphs in American quarter-final at Roland Garros to reach first Grand Slam singles semi-final

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A week ago, Coco Gauff was celebrating her baccalaureate under the Eiffel Tower.

Now, the 18-year-old will make her first-ever Grand Slam singles semi-final following a 7-5 6-2 win over compatriot Sloane Stephens in the All-American quarter-final at Roland Garros.

Gauff’s extraordinary talent has been evident since she became the youngest player in history to reach the main draw at Wimbledon three years ago, beat Venus Williams and reached the fourth round.

The athleticism and power that made Gauff such a threat were on display again as she continued her perfect debut for this year’s French Open, in which she has yet to drop a set.

She will now face the world number one. 59 Martina Trevisan Thursday for a place in the final.

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