WATCH: Maria Sakkari's most recent semifinal defeat came at the hands of Aryna Sabalenka in Madrid.


Maria Sakkari had a laugh at her own expense on social media last week when a fan not-so-subtly referenced her paltry semifinal record at WTA level.

After Veronika Kudermetova was beaten by Anhelina Kalinina in the penultimate round of the Internazionali BNL d'Italia, a fan on Twitter noted that Kudermetova has lost her last eight WTA semifinals dating back to last April.

Another fan took that stat as their opportunity to take a pot shot at Sakkari, and tagged the Greek's handle.

"She's coming for you omg @mariasakkari," the tweet read.

For context, Sakkari is 7-21 in WTA semifinals in her career, and has lost her last six. As a Top 10 player, she's 4-10. (In finals, she's 1-6.)

But rather than post a bitter reply, or ignore the tweet entirely, Sakkari took the high road.

"I'm unbeatable," she quipped, adding a flexing bicep emoji for emphasis.

Sakkari's retort was more well-received than a blazing backhand winner.

"This is why we love you, Maria," one fan replied.

"[A] sense of humor unrivaled," another added. "You'll have the last laugh."

Sakkari's most recent semifinal came at the Mutua Madrid Open, where she was beaten by eventual champion Aryna Sabalenka. This year, she's 0-4 in the penultimate round at tour events.

The Greek's most famous semifinal defeat came at Roland Garros two years ago, where she had a match point against eventual champion Barbora Krejcikova before losing a dramatic three-setter. Will Sakkari break her duck and get further in Paris this year? We'll find out when the tournament begins next week.