Sloane Stephens of the US celebrates after victory over Estonia's Anett Kontaveit during their women's singles fourth round match on day eight of The Roland Garros 2018 French Open tennis tournament in Paris on June 3, 2018. (AFP / CHRISTOPHE SIMON)
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Sloane Stephens and Madison Keys are eager to renew the friendliest rivalry in tennis -- and to do that both need to win one more match at the French Open.The last time the duo faced each other over the net, Stephens ended up consoling her tearful friend after she demolished Keys in the 2017 U.S. Open final.The best buddies both reached the quarter-finals at Roland Garros for the first time on Sunday, thanks to some encouragement from each other.It was a sentiment shared by Keys, who admitted she was an emotional wreck during Stephens' third-round tussle with Camila Giorgi which ended with the American winning the third set 8-6 .Rather than thinking about what might happen a few days down the line, Stephens was in a reflective mood after finally getting over her fourth-round hump in Paris.
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