Dejo swept into the French Open for two consecutive rounds and kakchanov, the 32 strong, fought hard to pass the test

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 Dejo swept into the French Open for two consecutive rounds and kakchanov, the 32 strong, fought hard to pass the test


In the second set, dejo broke berrankiss first serve and immediately killed the opponents counter attack attempt. Berrankis tried to keep the next two serve. The 3-2 lead dejo maintained the offensive advantage, he won the last three games in a row, and successfully expanded the lead of the total score.

In the third set, Deyue broke continuously and established the advantage of 4-0 early, and the number one seed could easily keep the difference to the end of the plate. In addition to his first French Open debut in 2005, djourt has made at least 32 entries in the remaining 16 competitions. His third round opponent may be world ranked 153 Colombian garland.

At the end of the other games, No. 15 seeded kaczanov went through three hours and 35 minutes in four sets, narrowly winning the Czech Republics viselli by 6-1, 6-7 (4), 7-6 (7), 7-6 (2). Kaczanovs one shot scoring rate was as high as 83%, and another 65 winning points. The Russian new star once saved the inventory when the third set was 5-6 behind and snatched 7-6-7, and the fourth set was also overturned even when it was 2-5 behind.

Kaczanov, 24, has never lost before the first two rounds of the French Open Mens singles. His best result will be last years last eight.