Stat attack: Day 12 by numbers

 - Reem Abulleil

Check out the standout statistics from a dramatic Thursday at Roland-Garros.

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Roland-Garros 2021©Corinne Dubreuil / FFT

After a thrilling day that included semi-final matches in women's singles, men's doubles and juniors, we take a close look at some of the numbers that defined Day 12 at Roland-Garros.


Barbora Krejcikova and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova are both into their first Grand Slam singles final.


Desirae Krawczyk won her first Grand Slam trophy on Thursday, thanks to her mixed doubles triumph alongside Joe Salisbury.


2018 champions Pierre Hugues-Herbert and Nicolas Mahut are through to their second Roland-Garros men’s doubles final as a team.


Three of the four girls’ singles semi-finalists are from Russia - Diana Shnaider, Erika Andreeva and Oksana Selekhmeteva.


For the first time since the FFT began keeping records in 1951, four French players are into the semi-finals of the boys’ singles tournament at Roland-Garros – Arthur Fils, Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard, Sean Cuenin and Luca Van Assche.

Giovanni Mpetshi-Perricard, Sean Cuenin, Arthur Fils et Luca Van Assche©Clément Mahoudeau/FFT


Krejcikova needed five match points to overcome Maria Sakkari and reach the final.


Krejcikova made it to a maiden Grand Slam final on just her fifth singles main-draw appearance at a major.


Sakkari has now lost her last eight consecutive semi-finals.


Krejcikova won 13/17 net points in her semi-final against Sakkari.


Pavlyuchenkova needed 52 Grand Slam main-draw appearances to make it to her first major final – a record in the women’s game.


Pavlyuchenkova won 62% (10/16) of the points on Tamara Zidansek’s second serve.


Krejcikova (58) and Sakkari (53) hit a combined 111 unforced errors during their three-hour 18-minute semi-final battle.