In Paris continues 123rd draw of the Open championship of France on tennis.
The first racket of the world, Naomi Osaka at Roland Garros continues to walk on the edge
of the abyss. Status in the confrontation with two-time champion Hats Victoria
Japanese Azarenka lost the first set, but in the second game battled back from
2:4 and less on his serve. At the start of the deciding set, Azarenka missed three
break points, then lost five games in a row. At the end of the match
the singer was close to a comeback, but when the score was 3:5 not sold another
break-point. In the third round of a clay Helmet Osaka waiting for the match with 42-th racket
the world Katerina Sinyakova.
Simone Halep is also very hard on victory in the opening two rounds. The current
the champion of Roland Garros had all chances of a comfortable victory over 87th racket
the world Magda linette, but in the end of the second set allowed the Polish girl to win three
match-bol. Lost four consecutive games was worth Halep defeat in the party
however, the sensation Romanian was not allowed in the final set, the third racket of the world
made four breaks in two bad games on his serve. Halep awaits
the end of the match between Lesia Tsurenko and Alexandra Krunic, today
come to the court with the score 6:6 in third set.
For Serena Williams the match of the second round happened much calmer.
Titled American 1 hour and 8 minutes, figured out Kurumi Nara, showing
the tennis of very high quality. On account Williams, Jr., 10 aces, 3
break, 85% of the points from first serve, 36 winnersof with 21 unforced error. The permit
in the 1/8 finals Serena will compete in the American Derby against Sophia Kenin.
The results of matches of seeded players:
Kateřina Sinyakova (Czech Republic) — Maria Zaccari (Greece, 29) – 7:6, 6:7, 6:3
Anna Blinkova (Rus) — Caroline Garcia (France, 24) – 1:6, 6:4, 6:4
Serena Williams (USA, 10) — Kurumi Nara (Japan) – 6:3, 6:2
Andrea Petkovic (Germany) — CE Shuwei (Chinese Taipei, 25) – 4:6, 6:3,
Simona Halep (Romania, 3) — Magda Linette (Poland) – 6:4, 5:7, 6:3
Monica Puig (Puerto Rico) Darya Kasatkina (Russia, 21) – 6:3, 6:1
Naomi Osaka (Japan, 1) — Victoria Azarenka (Belarus) – 4:6, 7:5, 6:3
Ashleigh Barty (Australia, 8), Daniel Collins (USA) – 7:5,
Yoke Sviontek (Poland) — Wang Qiang (China, 16) – 6:3, 6:0
Amanda Anisimova (USA) — Arina Sobolenko (Belarus, 11) – 6:4, 6:2
Belinda Bencic (Switzerland, 15) — Laura Siegemund (Germany) — 4:6, 6:4, 6:4