Ana Ivanovic (left) and Jelena Jankovic face formidable hurdles in the women's semi-finals at Roland Garros on Thursday if they are to set up an unlikely all-Serbian showdown for the Suzanne Lenglen trophy.
Belgian dynamo Justine Henin, gunning for a fourth French title in five years, stands in the way of fourth seed Jankovic while Ivanovic, the youngest of the semi-finalists, faces Russian second seed Maria Sharapova.
Henin has not dropped a set here since the fourth round in 2005, since when she has been unstoppable on the Parisian clay.
The 22-year-old Jankovic has lost all five previous meetings with Henin, three of them this year, although on four occasions she managed to win the first set.
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