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French Open live in the ticker with Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Iga Swiatek, Simona Halep

French Open live in the ticker with Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Iga Swiatek, Simona Halep
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When listing the favorites, the Spaniard Paula Padosa only rarely mentioned. But that can be a mistake, because the fourth in the world rankings should not be underestimated – especially if you look at which favorites had to give up in the first two rounds.

In her match against the Slovenian Kaja Juvan, she had to give up a set, but was ultimately successful.

The former world number one Simona Halep is also facing her second task. The same applies to Andrey Rublev.

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The 5th day of the tournament in the live ticker:

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The most important games and results:

  • P Badosa (ESP/3) – K Juvan (SLO) 7:5, 3:6, 6:2
  • C Ruud (NOR/8) – E Ruusuvuori (FIN) 6:3, 6:4, 6:2
  • D. Medvedev (RUS/2)L Djere (SRB) 6:3, 6:4, 6:3
  • approx. 4:00 p.m.: I Swiatek (POL/1) – A Riske (USA)
  • approx. 4:00 p.m.: S Halep (ROU/19) – Q Zheng (CHN)
  • approx. 6:00 p.m.: Z. Kolar (CZE) – S. Tsitsipas (GRE/4)
  • approx. 6:00 p.m.: A. Rublev (RUS/7) – F. Delbonis (ARG)

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15:45 Keys-Garcia 6-4

France hope Caroline Garcia suffers a minor setback. The former top ten player lost set one to the USA’s Mdison Keys 4-6.

15:25 – Swiatek – Riske

Iga Swiatek still has to be patient. Argentinian Pedro Cachin and Hugo Gaston from France are still in action on the Suzanne Langlen court.

2:46pm Djere-Medvedev 3:6, 4:6, 3:6

A double fault by Djeres gives Medvedev his first match point. And then Djere blunders with his backhand from the half field. Three-set victory for Medvedev, without the second in the world rankings being able or having to really shine. Djere hit 67 unforced errors. And that in just three sentences.

2:44pm Djere-Medvedev 3:6, 4:6, 3:5

The set has now lasted almost an hour and the players are just about 4-3. This underlines how hard-fought the individual service games are. This time it’s Medvedev who has to go through the debut several times. But when the ball comes to the Russians, Djere blunders on the net and it’s 5-3 for Medvedev.

14:29 Djere – Medvedev – 3:6, 4:6, 2:3

After all, Djere still won the game. The Serb keeps up in the third set. But Medvedev still has a break lead.

2:24pm Djere-Medvedev 3-6, 4-6, 1-3

Another slight mistake by Djeres, this time on the backhand slice. Another break chance for Medvedev. But then Djere pulls out a really strong longline again. Light and shadow alternate here within seconds, as one rarely sees otherwise. This service also takes eight minutes.

2:10 p.m. Djere-Medvedev 3-6, 4-6, 1-2

Bitter for Djere. He fails to close with the smash twice in a row, and Medvedev still gets the point for break point. And then the double fault follows. Another break for Medvedev and thus 2: 1 in the third set.

14:08 Djere-Medvedev 3-6, 4-6, 1-1

The situation repeats itself in this service game in an almost amazing way. Djere fetches the balls with beautiful Winners, only to then give them away with quick mistakes, often over the forehand. The game has now lasted almost 15 minutes. It’s just the eleventh time about debut after a longline Djeres flew two meters wide.

2:03pm Djere-Medvedev 3-6, 4-6, 1-1

Djere is fighting with all his might against having to give up his service again. The Serb doesn’t make it easy for himself with numerous unnecessary forehand errors. With almost every game ball, the outsider misses a forehand.

1:54 p.m. Djere-Medvedev 3-6, 4-6, 1-1

But Medvedev collects the rebreak. At Breakball Djere, Medvedev serves the double fault. 1:1

1:51 p.m. Djere-Medvedev 3-6, 4-6, 0-1

Djere’s error count is just too high. The Serb gives Medvedev a few points. The outsider has to give up the first game in the third set. 1-0 Medvedev.

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1:39 p.m. – Djere – Medvedev – 3:6, 4:6

Djere fends off a set ball from Medvedev with a good passing shot. The Russian missed the second with a mistake on the slice. And Medvedev also fails on the third, this time with the backhand from the T-line. With a winner against the running direction of his opponent, he gets chance number four. And then Djere’s slice sails out. 6: 4 for Medvedev in round two.

1:32 p.m. – Djere – Medvedev – 3:6, 4:5

This is how it works. Djere just had the break chance on serve Medvedev and missed it through a relatively unnecessary forehand error. And now, instead, the Russian coordinates the service with the Serb. 5: 4 for Medvedev in the second set.

1:27pm Badosa-Juvan 7-5 3-6 6-2

Paula Badosa did it. With 6: 2 in the third set, the fourth in the world rankings from Spain defeated her opponent Kaja Juvan and is in the third round.

1:20pm Ruud-Ruusuvuori 6-3, 6-4, 6-2

Ruud serves to win the match. And with the smash on the net, the Norwegian secures the first two match points. The favorite’s serve winner follows, and he easily moves into the third round in three sets.

1:14pm Ruud-Ruusuvuori 6-3, 6-4, 5-1

In the match between Casper Ruud and Emil Ruusuvuori the decision is imminent. Ruud leads 5:1 in the third set.

1:05 p.m. Djere-Medvedev 3-6, 1-1

Perfect start for Medvedev in the second set. The Russian takes Djere’s serve straight away. But now the Serb earns the point with a nice longline to 15:30 from the point of view of the serving Medvedev. And with the passing shot, Djere gets two breakballs. And with the forehand winner from the half field, he makes the rebreak perfect.

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12:55 – Djere – Medvedev – 3:6

After the start of a stutter, the first sentence was a pretty clear affair for Medvedev. The Russian then increased the pressure, distributed the balls nicely and secured the first round 6:3.

12:48 p.m. Ruud-Ruusuvuori 6-3, 6-4

Ruud misses a set ball with a serious forehand error. He gets his next chance with a strong winner cross. And then the return Ruusuvuoris lands in the net. Ruud gets the second round with 6:4.

12:44pm Badosa-Juvan 7-5, 3-6

After previously being unable to use two set balls on Badosa’s serve, Juvan gets the next two opportunities with a fantastic cross pass, this time on his own service. But Badosa fends off both with bold attacking punches. But then the Spaniard blunders with the forehand and the Slovenian has the fifth chance to win the set. And after a strong stop, she finally uses it with her backhand to make it 6:3. It goes into the third sentence.

12:35pm Badosa-Juvan 7-5, 2-5

Juvan Badosa broke on the Suzanne Lenglen court, but now has to go through the debut himself. But after a good serve, the Slovenian follows the ball nicely and gets the ball. And then Badosa actually has almost a 100% chance of converting on the net, but plays the ball directly in front of Juvan’s racket. The points to 5:2. We are approaching a third set.

12:26 p.m. Djere-Medvedev 2-2

Medvedev has regained the lost service game. It’s all back in line in the first set. 2:2

12:16pm Djere 1-0 Medvedev

The match between Laslo Djere and Daniil Medvedev begins on the Philippe Chatrier. And not according to the wishes of the second in the world rankings. Medvedev immediately had to give up his first service game. It’s 1-0 for Djere.

12:07pm Ruud-Ruusuvuori 6-3, 2-1

Three break chances for Ruud early in the second set. And in the second it is again the forehand cross with which the Norwegian closes the sack. He has more than enough time to position himself perfectly for the ball in the half field and takes the chance ice cold. 2:1 for Ruud.

12:02pm Badosa-Juvan 7-5

All good things come in threes from Badosa’s point of view. The Spaniard Juvan broke again and served again to win the set. And this time she makes it. When her opponent sets the ball, the Slovenian is also very bad at the ball and hits the ball miles wide. 7: 5 for Badosa in set one.

11:55 Badosa-Juvan 5-5

Turnaround on the Suzanne Lenglen court: Badosa twice had the opportunity to serve out to win the set. And both times the Spaniard had to give up her service game. Juvan equalized to 5:5.

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11:52 – Ruud – Ruusuvuori – 6:3

With a forehand winner from the half field, Ruud gets three set balls. And then the Norwegian’s next cracking forehand follows immediately afterwards. With 6: 3 the first round goes to the eighth in the world rankings.

11:43am Ruud-Ruusuvuori 4-2

Ruud secured the break. The Norwegian is now leading 4-2 in the first round.

11:38am Badosa-Juvan 5-2

Badosa has break ball again. And then Juvan’s serve is far too harmless. With the return, Badosa easily converts to 5:2. The Spaniard serves right away to win the set.

11:32 Ruud 1-1 Ruusuvuori

At serve Ruud it gets a little tighter for the first time. The Norwegian has to go beyond debut. But then the return Ruusuvuoris sails out. And then Ruud determines the game from the baseline, distributes the balls nicely and forces his opponent to make mistakes. 3:2 for the favorite.

11:20am Ruud 1-1 Ruusuvuori

The game between Casper Ruud and Emil Ruusuvuori has started. Both initially won their service. It’s 1-1 in the first set.

11:11 am Badosa 1-0 Juvan

Number three on the seeding list hits the Suzanne Lenglen court. And the start of the match is going as expected for Paula Badosa. With a nice forehand longline, the Spaniard converts her first breakball to 1-0 against Kaja Juvan.

INFO – Ruud – Ruusuvuori

Casper Ruud has to deal with a treacherous task in round two. The Norwegian meets Emil Ruusuvuori from Finland. The previous two encounters clearly went to Ruud, but his opponent was in good form recently in Rome and Munich.

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