The first racket of the world, Polish tennis player Iga Swiatek, was stronger than the representative of the United States Cory Gauff (the sixth number of the world ranking) in the semifinals of the WTA-1000 category tournament at a tournament in Dubai. The meeting was held on the central court of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Center on a hard surface.
The Pole won with a score of 6:4, 6:2. Swiatek completed one serve right through, made three double faults and converted 5 break points out of 10. Corey Gauff scored two aces, two errors on the serve and two realized break points out of two.
In the final, Iga Sviontek will face either Czech Barbora Krejcikova or American Jessica Pegula.
The total prize fund of the tournament in Dubai was $2,788,468, the winner will receive $454,500.