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Roland Garros 2021 || Roland Garros Matchday 6: Matches And Results

Third round matches

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Ruud 6-7, 6-2, 6-7, 6-0, 5-7 ALEJANDRO DAVIDOVICH (Final)

Fognini 4-6, 1-6, 3-6 DELBONIS (Final)

NISHIKORI 7-5 Laaksonen (Final)

ZVEREV 6-2, 7-5, 6-2 Djere (Final)

Giron 1-6, 7-5, 2-6, 2-6 GARÍN (Final)

Johnson 4-6, 4-6, 2-6 PABLO CARREÑO (Final)

Opelka 4-6, 2-6, 4-6 MEDVEDEV (Final)

Female Box

PAVLYUCHENKOVA 6-4, 2-6, 6-0 Sabalenka (Final)

RYBAKINA 6-1, 6-4 Vesnina (Final)

ZIDANSEK 0-6, 7-6, 6-2 Siniakova (Final)

AZARENKA 6-2, 6-2 Keys (Final)

CIRSTEA 6-3, 6-2 Kasatkina (Final)

SERENA WILLIAMS 6-4, 6-4 Collins (Final)

PAULA BADOSA 2-6, 7-6, 6-4 Bogdan (Final)

Hercog 3-6, 3-6 VONDROUSOVA (Final)

Win Badosa after a spectacular rest

Paula reaches the round of 16 at Roland Garros after a match close to three hours of play. A spectacular remainder of the line gave the victory to Badosa, who will have as a rival to Vondrousova.

Badosa will remain with the option of winning the match

Bogdan disposed of three break balls in this game that he did not take advantage of. Paula Badosa is in a position to win the match against the rest ( 5-4 ).

Break Badosa to equalize the score

A game that already exceeds two and a half hours of play. Paula breaks the Romanian's serve and restores the balance to the scoreboard in the third set ( 4-4 ).

Bogdan's break and also blank

Third consecutive game where the rival's serve is broken. Now the Romanian rules on the scoreboard. 2-3 and serve.

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Badosa regains lost ground

Paula clenches her fist after returning the break to the Romanian (2-2). You have to release the tension that is being experienced on the track.

Badosa gives up his serve in the third set

Paula must react after the Romanian broke in the third game (1-2). Badosa still lacks continuity in his game.

Badosa takes the second set in the tiebreaker

Paula put her finger to her head pointing to her coach, Javier Martí , when she won the last point of the tie-break. Badosa is reborn and believes in reaching the round of 16 in Paris. The duel against Bogdan will be resolved in the third set.

Badosa forces the tie-break after saving a match ball

The second set is decided in the tiebreaker after Bogdan missed a match ball.

Badosa lost his advantage after giving up his serve

Paula lacks continuity in her game. Too many unforced errors and Bogdan takes advantage of it to equalize the second set (5-5).

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Badosa breaks Bogdan's serve

It took nine break balls for Paula to break the Romanian's serve. Send Badosa in the second sleeve with 4-3 and serve.

Nadal plays tomorrow at Suzanne-Lenglen

We already know tomorrow's program at Roland Garros with two Spaniards in the running: Alcaraz-Struff (12.30 pm) and Nadal-Norrie (2.30 pm). The one from Manacor will not play this time on center court and his match is transferred to Suzanne-Lenglen.

Carreño: "I'm happy with my level"

"It is important to win, but better to three sets without wearing yourself out, in a Roland Garros with matches to five it can be very long. I have won a difficult match," said the Asturian after defeating the American Steve Johnso.

Badosa fits six games in a row and gives up the first set

Paula started with a 2-0 in favor that heralded something good in the first set but the dynamics changed and the Romanian Bogdan reacted by winning six consecutive games.

Davidovich: "I want to know how far I can go"

"This victory gives me a lot of confidence, much more energy to continue fighting and see where my limits are. Casper was doing a season on the ground and beating him I have shown how far I am capable of going and suffering," said the Malaga player after beating Ruud .

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Paula Badosa, before her great opportunity

Badosa faces Romanian Bogdan for a place in the round of 16. First face to face between both players. Paula comes to this game after offering great sensations against Davis and Kovinic.

Serena Williams advances with authority

Serena continues to pass the round and reaches the round of 16 with the intact illusions of equaling Margaret Court's 24 Grand Slam titles . He overcame a 4-1 against in the second set to end up defeating his compatriot Collins by a double 6-4.

Carreño accelerates way to the eighth

The Asturian gave one more test of his solidity on clay to overcome the American Johnson with solvency. Carreño will be measured for a place in the quarterfinals, a phase he has played twice in Paris (2017 and 2020 ) against the winner of the duel between Stefanos Tsitsipas and John Isner.

Carreño, with firm step against Johnson

With a very solid game from the back of the court the Asturian imposes his law . A double 6-4 to face the third set with guarantees.

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Davidovich's epic win to enter the round of 16

The man from Malaga needed five match points to defeat the Norwegian Ruud in the longest match of the tournament ( 4 hours and 35 minutes ). In the second round, Argentine Delbonis will be measured. Davidovich has never lost a five-set match.

Zverev-Nishikori, first round of 16

The German achieved the pass after getting rid of Serbian Djere in three sets. This year they have already faced each other in Madrid and Rome with victories for the German.

Carreño starts his match against Johnson

A demanding meeting for the Asturian in search of the round of 16. The only precedent on clay against the American is in favor of Carreño, who won in Rome (2018).

Delbonis accesses the second round with authority

The Argentine was far superior to Fognini at all times and reached the round of 16 in Paris for the first time in his career. His rival will come out of the winner between Ruud and Davidovich.

Davidovich will play it in the fifth set

The Malaga player clearly gave up the fourth set to Ruud ( 6-0 ) and needs to regain confidence in the fifth to try to defeat the world number 16.

Nishikori is already in the round of 16

The Japanese took advantage of the physical discomfort that led to the withdrawal of the Swiss Laaksonen to stand in the round of 16. His rival will come out of the winner of the Zverev-Djere. Nishikori has already reached the fourth in Paris three times (2015, 2017 and 2019).

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Davidovich takes the second tie-break

As happened in the first set, the Malaga player had to save a set ball in the third-quarter tiebreaker against Ruud. He rebuilt and scored the second tie-break of the match. Davidovich takes advantage and caresses the round of 16 at Roland Garros.

The rain makes an appearance in Paris

Only the duel between Zverev and Djere on the roof Philippe Chatrier is still in play. In the rest of the tracks the game is interrupted by the rain.

Dominic Thiem will play on the grass of Mallorca

"The Mallorca Championships is the perfect opportunity to get more matches before Wimbledon . I am excited to be part of the premiere of this tournament on grass," said the Austrian.

First round of 16 in the women's draw

We already know the first round of 16 match in the women's draw. Azarenka will face Pavlyuchenkova . The Belarusian reached the semi-finals in 2013 while the Russian was a quarter-finalist in 2011.

Paula Badosa, before a favorable picture

The top three seeds in the women's team are no longer in contention. The last to fall is Sabalenka , who unhinged in the third set conceding a donut against Pavlyuchenkova. Now is the time to dream about the career of Paula Badosa, who is left with a favorable picture.

Davidovich takes the first set in the tiebreaker

The Malaga player was in tow throughout the first round and even saved a set ball with 5-4 against. He held on to the court and ended up beating Ruud in the tie-break.

Juan Carlos Ferrero praises his pupil

"Mentally he is much more prepared. Carlos Alcaraz is playing more calmly, handling the situations of the matches better. He is a totally different player from last year's Roland Garros," says Juan Carlos Ferrero.

A tennis player arrested on suspicion of match-fixing

French law enforcement officers arrested an international tennis player on suspicion of match-fixing in a doubles disputed at last year's Roland Garros. The player, which the newspaper Le Parisien specified as the Russian Yana Sizikova , was arrested on charges of "sports corruption and organized gang fraud."

France run out of representatives in 3rd round

The last to fall was Gasquet against Nadal. French tennis has clearly failed in this edition of Roland Garros. For the first time in history there will be no French in the third round considering that 18 men and 11 women started.

Davidovich, against a demanding rival

The man from Malaga starts the Spanish participation in the third round. The Norwegian Ruud , world number 16 and clay specialist, is measured . He comes from winning the title in Geneva defeating Shapovalov in the final.

Americans shine in the men's box

Since 1996, four US players have not reached the third round in the men's draw. They are Opelka, Isner, Johnson and Giron. All of them enter the fray this Friday.

Nadal: "If I have fun I see myself playing with 40"

"If I have a good time and my body allows it, I have no date for retirement . But it is also true that when I was 25 I would never have imagined being here at 35," Nadal said after eliminating Gasquet.

Nadal celebrates his birthday

When it is June 3, Roland Garros lights candles, those of Rafa Nadal who usually celebrates his birthday on the Parisian clay, this time with a qualification for the third round , the same one in which Carlos Alcaraz, the man designated to follow.

Alcaraz: "I'm going in the right direction"

"I am not surprised by the performance I have shown on the court, I know my abilities, I trust myself a lot , I can always show this level and character in games, it is a virtue that I have and I am taking it out now in games, it is something that I can always get, "he assured after defeating Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili.

Hurricane Alcaraz crosses Paris

Juan Carlos Ferrero's pupil, coming from the previous phase, has already become one of the sensations of the tournament, due to the precociousness of his feats and because he aims high. If in the first round he was the youngest to win a match at Roland Garros since Novak Djokovic did it in 2005, now he is already a seeded among his victims.

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