Agnieszka Radwanska has the opportunity to take the world number one spot away from Serena Williams if she reaches the final at Roland Garros.
The Pole has never gone past the fourth round at the clay-court spectacle, but she is in prime position to change that in 2016. Seeded second, Radwanska is yet to drop a set in Paris.
"That's what we all fighting for," said Radwanska of the world number one spot.
"Being number two, it's close to number one, but on the other hand it's not that close. But, still, I think this year is another chance for me to get to this point and of course I'm going to do everything in my power to do that."
In her most recent tie on Wednesday, Radwanska rolled over Caroline Garcia in straight sets.
"I think I played a really good two matches, especially this one," added the 27-year-old.
"I think this was really a tough one. I'm just very pleased that I could close [out] that match in two sets, that's for sure.
"I think I feel fresh and rested. I withdrew from a couple tournaments this year. That's what you have to sometimes do to be fresh and healthy the whole year. I think experience here is very important. That's why sometimes I have to skip one tournament, to play good in another one."
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