Both The French Open in Paris The second day of the competition is on the agenda.
Novak Djokovic Interfering with the night session. Previous already Rafael Nadal At work on the court of Philippe Chatrier.
From a German point of view you want Angelique Kerber And Andrea Petkovic Buy a second round ticket. Petkovic opened the match at Simon Mateo Stadium.
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as you like too Stan Wawrinka and Ega Swiatek And Naomi Osaka Successfully overcoming an initial obstacle.
The second day of the tournament in the live broadcast:
The most important games and results:
- Anisimova (USA / 27) – In Osaka (Japan) 7:5, 6:4
- a. Petkovic (GER .)) – O. Dodin (France) 6:4, 6:2
- a. Swiatek (Poland / 1) – L. Tsurenko (UK) 6-2, 6-0
- right Now: S Wawrinka (Switzerland) – Si Mutit (France)
- About 4:00 pm: J Thompson (Australia) – R Nadal (Spain / 5)
- Deferred: A. Kerber (GER/21) – Im Frits (Poland)
- 21:00: N Djokovic (SRB/1) – Y Nishioka (Japan)
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3:20 PM – Kerber – Cheeky
If there are no scheduling changes, Angelique Kerber and her opponent, Magdalena Fritsch, will have to be patient for some time. The third match is scheduled for sixth place. And the first game is not even there.
15:16 Wawrinka Mutit 1-1
There is good news. The matches on the outside courts started again moments ago. Including the match between former tournament winner Stan Wawrinka and France’s Corentin Mottet. It’s 1-1 in the first set.
15:08 – Bari – Krizhikova – 1: 6, 6: 2, 0: 2
The only match currently taking place between France’s Diane Barry and defending champion Barbora Krejsikova. And the Czech suffers and has to enter the third group. There she fought to break the lead at least.
15:05 – rain in Paris
It’s raining in the French capital. Thus, matches on outdoor stadiums are either suspended or postponed. But fortunately, Philippe Chatrier is now covered. At least there you can play. And that is where Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are supposed to play today.
From 3:00 PM – Focus on Kerber and Nadal
Here in the live stream running from 3:00pm – then the focus will be on the debuts of record winner Rafael Nadal (vs Jordan Thompson) and Angelique Kerber (vs Magdalena Fritsch).
12:50 PM Petkovic Odin 6:4, 6:2
Andrea Petkovic in the second round of the French Open. The 34-year-old from Darmstadt, who reached the semi-finals in Paris in 2014, won her opening match 6-4, 6-2 against Aussen Dudin of France. The next contender for the 65th ranked tournament in the world. She is the former former Victoria Azarenka from Belarus or Anna Bogdan from Romania.
All good things come in three points: Petkovic uses his third match point against Duden
12:48 PM Osaka-Anisimova 5-7, 4-6
Naomi Osaka fails in the first round of the French Open. The Japanese star must admit defeat to Amanda Anisimova 5:7, 4:6. The three entries in the third round of 2016, 2018 and 2019 remain the star’s first result.
12:40 PM Petkovic Odin 6:4, 4:2
strong. Petkovic also managed to bring momentum to her side in the second set. The 34-year-old has a break and is now leading 4-2.
12:31 p.m. Osaka-Anisimova 5-7, 3-4
Ohhh it’s getting tough for Osaka, and the Japanese are back in the second set with a fracture and heading into the first round.
12:22 p.m.: Petkovic – Odin 6:4, 2:2
Odin feature. The French react strongly to the loss of the first set and make their first break. Petkovic responded in the second half and tied. The near thing is still here.
12:07 PM: Petkovic – Odin 6:4
With the baseline off, Petkovic takes the lead in the sentence. However, it was tight again. At 5:3, the Darmstadt player allows Odin back into the game with a break, but then follows up with the break to 6:4. Good overall performance by the 34-year-old here in the first set.
12:00 pm: Osaka 5-7 Anisimova
Once again, the balance of power shifts to Court Suzanne Lenglen. Anisimova absorbed the frustration in the 3:1 lead as she marches toward the lead at 4:5 with three straight wins.
11:45 am Osaka time 5-4 Anisimova
Osaka found her way to the championship! The four-time Grand Slam winner made up the break difference and leads 5:4. This puts pressure on Anisimova, who now has to serve up against losing the set.
11:37 a.m.: Petkovic Odin 4-1
It’s great for Petkovic, who managed to use her only break point in the game and is stable on her serve. The 34-year-old couldn’t have started the French Open better. 4:1 for Petkovic, who is slowly moving toward the top of the sentence.
11:27 am: Osaka 1-3 Anisimova
False start for the star from Japan. Osaka is struggling and is directly behind the 27th seed in the rankings list. Anisimova leads 3-1.
11:20 am: Petkovic – Odin 2-0
Andrea Petkovic enters the match well, Darmstadt player presents a great personality with serve and return. Bonus: a 2-0 break and first big advantage.
11:18 am: Petkovic and Osaka kick off
Andrea Petkovic and Naomi Osaka scored their matches, the German plays Osen Odin at Simon Mathieu Stadium, the Japanese star at Susan Lenglin Stadium against Amanda Anisimova.
EXCLUSIVE: Misha Zverev on Alex Zverev’s fortunes
Misha Zverev reveals on the Eurosport podcast Das Gelbee Foam Ball that the role of the favorite was controversially discussed at a joint dinner at Zverev’s camp. “Sasha said the bookmakers expect that Alcaraz will have the best chance of winning the French Open,” said Misha Zverev. But the fact that the star meteor from Murcia is now being treated as a promising candidate to win the Mosquier Cup upsets the Olympic champion. Then he said: ‘You know, when it was Nadal or Djokovic at that time, everything was fine. Now Alcaraz – no!’ Misha quoted his brother as saying.
- Listen to the new podcast episode with Misha Zverev now:
886 matches – French Open live at Eurosport
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