Roland Garros-2019: Djokovic calmly walked in the 3rd round, the problems Tim and Del Potro

Ролан Гаррос-2019: Джокович спокойно вышел в 3-й раунд, проблемы Тима и Дель Потро

In the Open championship of France on tennis in men’s singles, the matches of the second round.

The leader of sowing Novak Djokovic took a step closer to
the third win in a row at the Grand slam tournament. In the second round of the Serb in three
parties for 1 hour and 35 minutes beat Henri Laaksonen. A comfortable victory for Djokovic
issued for the account of active games at the reception – on account of the Novak 6 breaks at all
missed one game on his serve. In the third round the first racket of the world
will meet with the Italian Salvatore Caruso.

Last year’s finalist at Roland Garros Dominic Tim in the match
Alexander Bublik only by some miracle escaped the fifth set. In the fourth
the Austrian party had lost 2:5, but managed on his serve to win two set-Bola,
then the Bagel fell apart and the rest of the match failed to win any
game. In the third round Tim will face clay specialist Pablo Cuevas of

Juan Martin Del Potro in the match with 72-th racket of the world
Yoshihito Nishikoi had to spend on court for almost 4 hours. Argentinian in the first
Seth fell and ceased to move actively, but due to class and
superiority in strength in the decisive game he still managed to finish miniature
Japanese. For an exit in the 1/8 finals Del Potro argue with Aussie Jordan

The results of matches of seeded players:

Gael Monfis (France, 14) – Adrian Mannarino (France) –
6:3, 6:4, 6:4

Juan Martin del Potro (Argentina, 8) – Yoshihito Nishioka
(Japan) – 5:7, 6:4, 6:2, 6:7, 6:2

Roberto Bautista-Agut (Spain, 18) – Taylor Fritz (USA) –
6:2, 6:3, 6:2

Borna Coric (Croatia, 13) – Lloyd Harris (RSA) – 6:2, 6:3,

Karen Khachanov (Russia, 10) – Gregoire Barrere (France) 6:3,
7:6, 0:6, 7:5

Fabio Fonini (Italy, 9) – Federico Delbonis
(Argentina) – 6:4, 3:6, 6:3, 6:3

Salvatore Caruso (Italy) – Gilles Simon (France, 26) – 6:1,
6:2, 6:4

Alexander Zverev (Germany, 5) Mikael Ymer (Sweden) – 6:1,
6:3, 7:6

Novak Djokovic (Serbia, 1) – Henri Laaksonen (Switzerland) –
6:1, 6:4, 6:3

Dominique Tim (Austria, 4) – Alexander Bublik (Kazakhstan)
6:3, 6:7, 6:3, 7:5

Leonardo Mayer (Argentina) – Diego Schwartzman (Argentina,
17) – 4:6, 6:3, 6:4, 7:5

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