Johanna Konta left Chris Evert speechless with the quality of her performance as she swept aside Sloane Stephens to reach a third grand slam semi-final at the French Open.
Johanna Konta swept aside seventh seed Sloane Stephens with an extraordinary display to reach her third grand slam semi-final at the French Open.
Johanna Konta faces the biggest challenge of her unexpected French Open run when she takes on proven grand slam performer Sloane Stephens in the quarter-finals on Tuesday.
Sloane Stephens positioned herself as the favourite to reach another French Open final after beating former champion Garbine Muguruza in the fourth round.
Johanna Konta reached her first big clay-court quarter-final with back-to-back victories over grand slam champions Sloane Stephens and Venus Williams on Thursday.
Johanna Konta produced arguably the best win of her career on clay by beating French Open runner-up Sloane Stephens in the second round of the Italian Open in Rome.