The Serbian and Mallorca beat Biden and Van de Zandscholp, and the German won the 2003 class over Nakashima and Korda. The Australian Tuscan Savile is spread: there is now Sasnovich
No problem in the third round of Roland Garros for Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal. Serbian beat two hands and challenges a Schwartzmanwhile Majorcan outperforms Dutchman Van de Zandschulp And if you will deal with it Jasmine Auger. They are smiling too Zverev And the Alcarazthat exceed Nakashima And the korda. Satisfaction Italy in the women’s scoreboard: Martina Trevisan extends 6-3, 6-4 Daria Savile and flies to second round against Alexandra Sasnovic.
Another easy transformation in Roland Garros for Novak Djokovic: The Serbian gets rid of Aljaz Bedene without problems and advances to the fourth round at the end of the match firmly in the hands of the world number one, who always remains throughout the match in the command of operations, and gives one break point. On the contrary, the Slovenian receives many of his own goals, and already in the first set, he saved five before collapsing in the sixth game: 4-2 which becomes 6-3 in the first set. In the second, Nole had only two occasions to grab the round for 195th in the ATP rankings, but he uses both for 6-3 repetitions of the first set. In the third, it’s up to Djokovic for the first round at bat, and he almost loses it, but manages to nullify the break point which, instead, allows him to fly 3-1 in the fourth inning: It’s Bideni’s surrender, who loses serve again and is awarded, on match point Second, the turn to Novak Djokovic.
The obstacle between the Serb and the round of 16 is called Diego Schwartzman: The Argentine beats Grigor Dimitrov, losing 6-3, 6-1, 6-2 after a practically perfect match in 16th place in the ATP rankings, who beat the Bulgarian, 21st in the world, in a little more than two. Hours of play at the end of the first set with 19 points break. In the second, there are only two, but all of them were taken advantage of by Schwartzman, who flies 6-1, and in the third he goes from 0-2 to 6-2 in the final.
The third round also proved to be easy Rafael Nadal: Majorcan defeated Dutch boutique van de Zandschulp, Fabio Fognini’s executioner, in three sets. Despite the break immediately received in the first set, the thirteen-time winner recovers on French clay, and as soon as the results are tied, he breaks serve by moving to 4-2, which automatically becomes 6-3 at the end of the first set. In the second the No.5 in the world works better and goes from 1-1 to 5-1 and even touches the third break in a row, but van de Zandschulp eliminates the set point: not bad, because in the next round he hits the Spaniard finding 6-2 .
Even the third set looks good, given that Nadal is leading 4-0, but the Dutchman recovers one of the breaks from the back and is back to 3-4. At the moment of serving when the turn passes Majorcan sees match point cancel, risks 5-5, but eventually closes at 6-3, 6-2, 6-4: Thus the doors of the second round are open and the final, with a window on a quarter you can see Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in opposition.
Meanwhile, the next opponent of the Red Clay King will be Felix Auger-Aliassime: The Canadian won in three sets, but with tie breaks, Serbian Filip Krajinovic spread 7-6 (3), 7-6 (2), 7-5. The 21-year-old from Montreal wins the first set without breaking points, and collects one on the second when he serves 6-3 but dominates the tiebreak 7-2. But in the third game, the decisive break comes only when 6-6 seems inevitable: on the second game point, the score is 7-5.
After more than a complicated work shift, Alexander Zverev He allows himself a less stressful day and beats Brandon Nakashima in three sets: 7-6 (2), 6-3, 7-6 (5) finish for third in the world, who nonetheless needs two tiebreaks to eliminate an ‘American. The German’s next opponent will be Bernabé Zapata Mirales: The Spaniard beats John Isner in the fifth set, as the American tied the score in the tiebreak (7-5) before losing 6-3 in the deciding set.
Among the Spaniards there is also the phenomenon of the child Carlos Alcaraz who, like Zverev, takes three sets to defeat another American: Sebastian Korda, lost 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 in just over two hours of play at the end of a game in which the 19-year-old didn’t lose He was never sent, and instead took advantage of the loopholes left by the American. Now, Alcaraz will deal with Karen Khachanov: The Russian beat Britain’s Cameron Norrie 6-2, 7-5, 5-7, 6-4.
Big joy for the only Italian today in the women’s lottery: Martina Trevisan He gets rid of Daria Savile and wins the round of 16 on French clay. Tuscans free with 6-3, 6-4 for the Australian, all in an hour and a half of play and after conceding only one break point in the first set, he canceled out on the spot, while in the second he loses. Serve on ‘1-0 in favor, but find the second half ahead. The main match for number 59 in the WTA rankings is sixth: he saves six break points and goes to 4-2, then flies to 5-2. The chance is to serve for the match, but he loses his turn by hitting: the second try, however, is the good one, and at the end it’s 6-3, 6-4 for Martina Trevisan, who thus flies to the second round.
Surprisingly, the Italian opponent will not be Angelique Kerber, but Alexandra Sasnovich: In fact, the Belarusian defeated the Belarusian 6-4, 7-6 (5) in an hour and a half of play, the German, seeded 17th in the WTA rankings, who had lost her service five times. Now, the match between Trevisan and Sasnovich, who are ranked 47th in the world, deserves a place in the quarter-finals. Cory Gauff, Elise Mertens and Leela Annie Fernandez also smile: beats Kanepi (6-3, 6-4), Gracheva (6-2, 6-3) and Bencic (7-5, 3-6, 7-5). The challenge will be between the Belgian and the American, while the Canadian-American will face Amanda Anisimova, who qualifies after the withdrawal of the Czech Karolina Mochova.
The last eighth of the day to be composed is the one that appears Sloane Stephens And the Jill Beilin Tishman: The American got rid of the host Diane Barry without problems (6-2, 6-3), while the Swiss beat the Belarusian Victoria Azarenka in three sets, and returned in the tiebreak: 4-6, 7-5, 7-6 (5) parts.
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