Russia's Darya Kasatkina (L) and Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki (2ndL) speak with officials 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.
Kasatkina really struggled with nerves, with an incredible amount of double faults, whilst Wozniacki just couldn't find her rhythm.
However the Russian No. 1 finally found her feet at Roland Garros as she started to dominate the match more.
That in turn fired up Wozniacki and a tie break was required to separate the two, with Kasatkina triumphing.
After two games of the second set the players came together and asked the umpire if they could come off, only to be told by officials that they had to play on.
Drama as Wozniacki and Kasatkina decide they want to come off
The crowd, who had been booing and doing the 'Thunderclap' to try and make their feelings known, roared in approvement but they were set to be disappointed as just four games later the players once again went to the umpire and this time came off.