Svetorina returned to the French Open final 16 with seven consecutive victories, while Bouchard lost the Polish new star

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 Svetorina returned to the French Open final 16 with seven consecutive victories, while Bouchard lost the Polish new star


The second set competition, two people break the opening of each other, followed by Baofa all the way. As in the first set, alessandrova fell off the chain at the last moment, and svetorina broke well in the last set to avoid being dragged into the seventh by alissandrova. In the other match that ended earlier, Polands new star sviatek, who had eliminated last years runner up and Xie Shuwei, the worlds number one doubles player, made persistent efforts to beat Bouchard, the top four in 2014, by 6-3, 6-2. Sviatek had 30 winning points and only 15 active mistakes. Sviatek and Bouchard broke off one after another shortly after the start of the first set, and the Polish youngster broke the deadlock again in the fifth inning. Bouchard was unable to resist the opponents strong attack, and handed over the service set that he had to guarantee in the ninth inning. In the second set, Bouchard was once behind to close the score, but sviatek soon opened the score again. Bouchard lost the last four innings in a row, backhand out of the field in the face of match point. Sisyphus Huiyong lost only six sets of sweeps and reached the top 32 with ruble. German pact swept into the top 32 in two consecutive rounds. Kachanov, the 32 strong French Open, fought hard to pass the French Open. Little ZVI narrowly defeated the host and joined the top four in the third round. Source: Netease Sports author: schleick editor in charge: Xu Song_ NS1943

The second set competition, two people break the opening of each other, followed by Baofa all the way. As in the first set, alessandrova fell off the chain at the last moment, and svetorina broke well in the last set to avoid being dragged into the seventh by alissandrova.

In the other match that ended earlier, Polands new star sviatek, who had eliminated last years runner up and Xie Shuwei, the worlds number one doubles player, made persistent efforts to beat Bouchard, the top four in 2014, by 6-3, 6-2. Sviatek had 30 winning points and only 15 active mistakes.

Sviatek and Bouchard broke off one after another shortly after the start of the first set, and the Polish youngster broke the deadlock again in the fifth inning. Bouchard was unable to resist the opponents strong attack, and handed over the service set that he had to guarantee in the ninth inning. In the second set, Bouchard was once behind to close the score, but sviatek soon opened the score again. Bouchard lost the last four innings in a row, backhand out of the field in the face of match point.