Schwartzman has already broken it In the third set, she kept her serve to take a 3-0 lead, looking ready for the third round. If he succeeds, he will play the winner of the match between Norbert Gumbos and Yurig Rodionov taking place at Stadium 11. Gumbos, the world number 106, is 30 years old – who should be ready to return to the top 100. It was explored for a few months in 2017 – it’s 6-2, 2-6, 4-3 in that, a break for good in the third.
Dominic Timm, seed number 3, A 6-1, 6-3 lead over Jacques Sock, while No. 12 seed Diego Sebastian Schwartzman is leading 7-5 against Lorenzo Giustino.
MacDonald wins the first match From the third group, and thus progressing in the group for the first time. Luke Forrester wrote, “Whisper, but I actually think I’d rather have a very small crowd.” “The crowd at Roland-Garros is usually very annoying, and it’s nice to see players able to serve without the regular interruptions crying out from the stands.” But without an audience, who will laugh when the ball gets stuck in the net? Or when the pigeons do something unexpected? World Health Organization?
Raphael Nadal leads two sets On Philip Chatriere, MacKenzie leads MacDonald as he now does 6-1, 6-0. The poor MacDonald won 30% of the points on his first serve (versus 71% for Nadal), and 33% of the points on Nadal’s serve (Nadal won two-thirds of the points at McDonald’s).
Some news from one game (So far) today is getting British attention: Johnny O’Mara and his partner, Marcelo Arevalo, crushed their opponents in the first round in the men’s doubles, Gianluca Majer and Albert Ramos-Vinolas, 6-2, 6-2.
MacDonald takes Nadal to beat his serve again – he’s already played well so far – but Nadal keeps getting the ball back, just waiting for the mistake to happen. Nadal 6-1, 4-0 ahead and in full control. So, I’ll take back to Simon.
Kiki Bertens was playing through the pain barrier, and he fell to the ground crying after winning that match point. She has now asked for a wheelchair to help her off the field, and she’s even struggling to move her knee. It seems unlikely that she will be able to play the third round match that she just won.
Those early accomplishments that MacDonald had already achieved long ago – Nadal immediately broke at the start of the second set, and the American looks pissed off that a series of rallies end the same way – with the whistling of a forehand blow out of reach for Nadal. Two losing shots past Deuce included a double-break for Nadal, who has now won eight games in a row.
Kiki Bertens beats Sara Irani 7-6, 3-6, 9-7! After eight consecutive breaks from serving, Bertens grabbed and then raced to 0-40 with a completely unconvincing Iranian serve. The Italian somehow saved them all, even sending an underarm serve at one point – but Bertens gets another chance and ultimately wins the match at a great angle.
Here’s a blast from the past – Eugenie Bouchard She managed to settle her match with Daria Gavrilova with one set. Bouchard, who has reached the final of the previous Wimbledon tournament, is chasing her first trip to the third round of the Slam since January 2017.
Nadal wins the first set 6-1! MacDonald is slowly drifting into basic fights that he has little chance of winning, and the winner across the field gets Nadal on a second break. He performs brilliantly, letting his opponent chase the shadows. MacDonald doesn’t make many mistakes, but he’s already in trouble.
It doesn’t take Nadal long to start exploiting McDonald’s desire to go ahead, clinically breaking the serving to go 3-1. MacDonald did not break, winning a net duel to lead Nadal to a draw in the next match – but was left with a rocket with a forehand blow with Nadal boosting the break.
Elsewhere, Irani broke Bertens for a second chance at serving – Bertens broke straight. Six players in the third group there. Dominic Theam isn’t messing around – he got in the first set 6-1 against Jack Sauk.
A bright start for MacDonald, who keeps comfortably thanks to some innovative service and volleyball. Tim has already moved on to a breakup with Jack Sock, whose first-round win was his first solo success here since 2016.
Out of court 14, Sarah Irani He served in the match against Kiki Bertens, but the No. 5 seed broke again and we are sending in again.
It’s a tough opening service game for Nadal, and it’s not helped by a double bug. MacDonald is surprisingly aggressive, hitting the streak with a clean winner, but Nadal makes his way to the wait.
We are Simon Matteo, Diego Schwartzman He won the first set 6-1 over Lorenzo Justino. Don’t write off the Italian yet – he lost his first 6-0 to Corentin Moutet, and came back to win a six-hour marathon.
Nadal’s rival is American MacKenzie MacDonald, who suffered a hamstring injury at Roland Garros last year. “The surgery was too big,” the American told the ATP website. “I couldn’t walk for the first two months. I didn’t leave my apartment.”
All afternoon, Niall steps in here while Simon takes a break. On Susan Linglin, US Open champion Dominic Tim Preparing for the Jack Soke match. Over Philippe Chatrier, Asimova scored a 57-minute win, 6-2, 6-0 – which means Rafa Nadal Head to court.
Sebastian Korda defeats John Isner 6-4, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4! I only turned on for the game of decisive, where Isner showed no fight at all and succumbed to love, but I can tell you that Korda looks a) delighted, and b) looks like his father a lot.
It ended in court 7 Korda broke two matches before to score 4-3 in the fourth set against Isner, and is close to serving in the match later with a score of 5-4.
British interests alert! Johnny Umarra and his Salvadoran partner Marcelo Arevalo scored the first set against Gianluca Majer and Albert Ramos-Vinolas 6-1! The pair reached the quarter-finals at the Australian Open earlier this year, so they both have some pedigree.
Stan Wawrinka defeats Dominic Kupfer 6-3, 6-2, 3-6, 6-1 To reach the third round! He really looks good, and he will next play the winner of the match between Hugo Gaston, 20-year-old Frenchman No. 239, and Japan’s Yoshihito Nishioka. This is currently going on at Field 5 and is going in favor of the French a lot: leading 6-4, 7-6, 1-0 (in the serve), another game that seems to be decided on small margins – there is very little in the stats to divide them except for the break points he won – Gaston won three from six, and Nishioka won two from 14!
Kupffer holds the transmission on Linglin To gain a foothold in the fourth group. He is still 5-1 behind against Wawrinka, and the Swiss are in very good shape so it’s better not to drift.
The all-American match Between Bernarda Pera and Amanda Anisimova, number 25, was promoted from Court 14, where he was due to follow Irani Bertens ‘match, to Philip Chatrier after Serena Williams’ withdrawal. Anisimova is doing a short job, she is currently 6-2. 3-0 up.
Irani holds in the next match To take the second set and equalize the match 6-7, 6-3.
Errani has a few more breaking points In the next serving match, Bertens wins the second set to go 5-3 in the second set. Coincidentally, Bertens is an extraordinarily orange character today, even for her. I guess only her socks are completely orange free.
Isner fought back in Court 7, He won the third set against Korda, standing now at 4-6, 4-6, 6-2. Kupffer also fought over Linglin, in the third set 6-3 against Stan Wawrinka, but the Swiss are still 2-1 ahead in the sets and now 3-0 in the fourth set, with one break.
Errani just won a huge serving game On Field 14, save seven breakout points, to take advantage of 4-3 (in service) in the second set. Both players won six points for breaking the match in total – Erani got nine points, thus winning 67% of them; Bertens had a score of 19, thus winning by 32%. In the second set, Bertens won two out of 11 (18%).
Anna Karolina Schmidlova defeats Victoria Azarenka 6-2, 6-2! Schmiedlova has a heavy front kick, and three in a row set up match point with a superb forehand kick. Then Azarenka hit a frontal blow on her own into the net, and it’s all over! The Slovak came back excellently from that fall at the start of the second set, Azarenka improved for a while after that, largely outperforming the No. 10 seed there.
Azarenka win percentage In the second serve in this match he is only 38%, while Schmidlova is 55%. Speaking of second-serve problems, more of an Iranian character in Pitch 14 The entire game It’s only 14%, three points out of a possible 21. But she fell in the second set against Bertens, currently drawn 3-3.
very good! Schmidlova fired a forehand away to clinch a clean win, a double-break and on the verge of serving in the second set and match. Azarenka got two play points there but abandoned them excessively (she’s now 18-7 due to unintended mistakes in this group) and now has a hell of a fight on her hands if she would stay in this tournament and didn’t. Look remotely inclined to win.
Azarenka leads 14-5 On the easy fouls in this second set, there were three of them in the last match to allow Schmiedlova to keep 30 and lead 4-2 in that set.
Schmiedlova takes breaks Lead 3-2 in the second set, and once again Azarenka faces a whole host of problems.
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