Roland Garros-2019: Nadal and Djokovic smash opponents, the first problem Tim

Ролан Гаррос-2019: Надаль и Джокович громят соперников, первые проблемы Тима

In Paris continues 123rd version of the Open championship of France on tennis.

The reigning champion of Roland Garros Rafael Nadal on the way to
17th consecutive victory on clay courts of France for 2 hours and defeated the German Yannick
Hanfmann. The Spaniard made 6 breaks, never gave the game on his serve and made
25 winnersof with 16 unforced errors. In the second round of the second racket of the world
waiting for another representative of the qualifications from Germany – 114 th issue of the ATP ranking
Yannick Maden.

Rival Novak Djokovic in the first round was with much
higher status (44-I racket of the world Hubert, Gurkas), but the Serb managed to
three sets, extending their winning streak at Grand slam tournaments and 22 matches.
Djokovic has made 6 breaks, lost one his serve and won 27 goals
active actions. In the second round of the leader of the world ranking waiting for a “lucky loser”
Henri Laaksonen.

Last year’s finalist Dominic Tim was faced with a large
problems in the match against wild card holder Tommy Paul. The key moment of the match occurred in
the tiebreak of the third set – a Floor led 4:0, but did not believe in his own happiness and
missed a great chance to take the lead. Tim took a third party, and in the fourth
set two breaks quickly finished off a demoralized opponent. The following
Austrian opponent at Roland Garros will be the Kazakh Alexander Bagel.

The results of matches of seeded players:

Alex de Minaur (Australia, 21) — Bradley Klan (USA) – 6:1,
6:4, 6:4

Juan Ignacio Londero (Argentina) — Nikoloz Basilashvili
(Georgia, 15) – 6:4, 6:1, 6:3

Pierre-South Herbert (France) — Daniil Medvedev (Russia, 12) – 4:6,
4:6, 6:3, 6:2, 7:5

Philip Krajinovic (Serbia) – Francis Tiago (USA, 32) – 6:2,
4:6, 6:3, 3:6, 6:0

Rafael Nadal (Spain, 2) — Yannick, Hanfmann (Germany) –
6:2, 6:1, 6:3

Novak Djokovic (Serbia, 1) — Hubert, Gurkas (Poland) – 6:4,
6:2, 6:2

Stan Wawrinka (Switzerland, 24) — Jozef Kovalik (Slovakia) –
6:1, 6:7, 6:2, 6:3

Borna Coric (Croatia, 13) — Al’yazh Bedene (Slovenia) – 6:1,
6:7, 6:4, 6:4

Denis Shapovalov (Canada, 20) – Jan-Lennard, Struff
(Germany) – 6:7, 3:6, 4:6

Dominique Tim (Austria, 4) Tommy Paul (USA) – 6:4, 4:6,
7:6, 6:2

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