Roland Garros-2019: nervous start Serena Williams, Wozniacki fiasco

Ролан Гаррос-2019: нервный старт Серены Уильямс, фиаско Возняцки

Serena Williams, Roland Garros 2019, Simple Dames 1er Tour, Photo : Philippe Montigny / FFT

In the Open championship of France on tennis among women continues to the first round.

Ex-first racket of the world Serena Williams my statement
Paris started with 2:6 from Vitalina Dyachenko, standing in the world ranking beyond
top 80. After the launch failure of an award-winning American recovered quickly –
the rest of the match Williams-senior made 5 breaks, and won with first serve
21 of 24 draws. In the second round Serena will play the winner of the match
between Kurumi Nara and Dalila jakupovic.

Caroline Wozniacki in the third time in his career in Paris could not
to overcome the first round. The Dane, last year suffering from rheumatoid
arthritis, in a match with Veronica Kudermetova showed competitive tennis only
in the first set. In the final set, Wozniacki came back on, but after the reverse
break immediately gave his serve and accepted defeat, which became for her
four in a row.

Champion of Madrid, Kiki Bertens with the first match beginning
to confirm his excellent form – the fourth racket of the world in 1 hour and 30 minutes
dealt with Pauline Parmentier, making breaks in each set. Bertens noted
a very solid game on his serve, winning 92% of points from the first ball. For access
in the third round of the strongest tennis player of the Netherlands will compete with Victoria
Kusimovo.

The results of matches of seeded players:

Polona Hercog (Slovenia) — Alexander Sasnovich (Belarus,
32) – 4:6, 6:2, 8:6

Johanna Konta (Britain, 26) — Anthony Lottner
(Germany) – 6:4, 6:4

Kiki, Bertens (Netherlands, 4) — Pauline Parmentier (France) –
6:3, 6:4

Veronica Kudermetova (Russia) — Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark,
13) – 0:6, 6:3, 6:3

Kaia Kanepi (Estonia) — Julia Gerges (Germany, 18) – 7:5,
6:1

Ashleigh Barty (Australia, 8) — Jessica Baguley (USA) – 6:3,
6:3

Donna Vekic (Croatia, 23) — Ludmilla Samsonova (Russia) –
6:2, 6:4

Anastasia Sevastova (Latvia, 12) — Luksika Kumkhum (Thailand)
– 6:1, 6:4

Elise Mertens (Belgium, 20) — Tamara Zidansek (Slovenia) –
6:4, 3:6, 6:2

Serena Williams (USA, 10) — Vitalia diatchenko (Russia) – 2:6,
6:1, 6:0

CE Shuwei (Chinese Taipei, 25) — Victoria Golubich
(Switzerland) – 6:4, 3:6, 6:0

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