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Roland Garros: Swiatek entered the third round

Roland Garros: Swiatek entered the third round

In the second round of the women’s French Open, Iga Swiatek defeated American Claire Liu in straight sets, thus reaching No. 32. On the men’s side, Casper Ruud could also continue into the third round after losing the match.

Swiatek easily made it into the top 32 (Photo: Getty Images)

Swiatek hit 24 winners against Lei’s 12, and although the world number one pole made more unforced errors, he hit a much higher percentage of his serve – first and second. Swatik will play China’s Wang Hsien Guo in the next round.

In the men’s category, Casper Ruud also qualified as a challenger, although the fourth-seeded Norwegian lost a set to Julio Zipieri.

Junk Sener’s farewell was a surprise. The eighth-seeded Italian lost to Germany’s Daniel Altmaier in a five-and-a-half-hour battle.

Conclusion
Altmaier – wrong

Rod Zepiri

Rybakina Noskova

Swiatek – Liu

Roland Garros, Paris (49,600,000 euros, slag)
Men’s Singles, second round (for reaching the last 32)
Ruud (Norway, fourth) – Zipberry (Italy) 6:3, 6:2, 4:6, 7:5
Coric (Croat, 15) – Kasin (Argentina) 6:3, 4:6, 4:6, 6:3, 6:4
Echeverri (Argentina) – De Minor (Australian, 18th place) 6:3, 7:6 (7-2), 6:3
Nishioka (Japan, 27) – Purcell (Australia) 4:6, 6:2, 7:5, 6:4
Dimitrov (Bulgarian, 28) – Rossovori (Vin) 7: 6 (7-4), 6: 3, 6: 4
RON (Denmark, 6th) – Monfils (France) – Monfils gave up
Zhang Zhichen (China) – Tirante (Argentina) 7:6 (7-3), 6:3, 6:4
Altmaier (German) – Sinner (Italian, 7) 6:7 ​​(0-7), 7:6 (9-7), 1:6, 7:6 (7-4), 7:5

Later
Olivieri (Argentine) – Vavassori (Italian)
Sirondolo (Argentinian, 23) – Hanfmann (German)
Rinderknech (France) – Fritz (American, 9)
Paul (American, 16) – Gary (Chilean)
Geron (American) – Lihka (Czech Republic)
Zverev (German, 22) – Molkan (Slovak)
Karatsev (Russian) – Tiafoe (American, 12th place)
Bella (Argentina) – Cebut (Brazil)

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Women’s Singles, second round (for reaching the last 32)
Swiatek (Poland, 1st place) – Leo (USA) 6:4, 6:0
Wang Hsien-yu (China) – Peterson (Sweden) 7:6 (7-5), 6:2
Schmiedlova (Slovak) – Bolsova (Spanish) 6:3, 6:4
Today (US) – Keys (US, 20th) 6:2, 4:6, 6:4
Andreeva (Russia) – Parry (France) 6: 1, 6: 2
Rybakina (Kazakh, fourth) – Noskova (Czech Republic) 6:3, 6:3
Sorribes (Spain) – Martic (Croatia) 6:4, 6:1
Alexandrova (Russian, 23rd place) – Friedsam (German) 6: 2, 6: 0
Haddad Maya (Brazil, 14th place) – Snyder (RU) 6:2, 5:7, 6:4
Cocciaretto (Italian) – Walter (Switzerland) 6:2, 6:3
Bera (USA) – Vekic (Croatia, 22) 3:6, 6:4, 6:3

Later
Graber (Austria) – Jove (American, 6)
Andreescu (Canadian) – Navarro (USA)
Davis (American) – Korenko (Ukrainian)
Paolini (Italian) – Danilovic (Serbian)
Doudin (French) – Jabbour (Tunisian, 7)

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