Badosa started Roland Garros by sweeping Ferro


Paula Badosa He said he was thrilled to see how Roland Garros center court dismissed the Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsongahonored after beating his last tennis match against Norwegian Casper Ruud. A few minutes later there was no more climax in Chatrier as the Spaniard managed to make his first fight in this edition in a direct and powerful monologue.

The Catalan, 24 years old and world number 4, swept for 54 minutes French style Fiona Iron, 25 years old and number 130 after losing a spot in the ranking due to a series of injuries that were eventually accompanied by negative results.

6-2 and 6-0 Badosawho won 24 of the 26 points played in the second set. He got 25 winning shots and made 13 involuntary mistakes. He balanced four double faults with five aces. He didn’t go down even for a moment because he needed such a recital, recharging the low battery with confidence after losing two of his last four games before stepping into Paris.

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“I’ve been sinking these past few weeks under pressure,” the woman from Girona admits. Giving up didn’t help Simona Halep in Madrid, nor against Daria Kasatkina in Rome, but the Roland Garros 2021 quarterfinalist has a “thorn stuck” of a result that he thinks should be better and that he aspires to succeed these weeks in the French capital.

He must learn to live up to his status as a top tennis player, a rival to beat and the public is committed to him. With the work and resources available to him, nothing is impossible for him. He took an important first step to begin clarifying his own unknowns, though the analysis may have been nuanced because the opponent sank immediately. He just showed a few hands with dropshots in advance. This Ferro has nothing to do with the earth specialist chewing on every point even with more hearts than blows.

Badosa will have an appointment on Tuesday against the Slovenian And Juvan or the Russian Oksana Selekhmeteva. It depends on himself, on how he manages his nerves and developed his tennis. To begin with, outstanding. The only Spanish female survivor in the draw of individual women who claimed to be victims Garbiñe Muguruzathe champion Barbora Krejcikova, Ons Jabeur, and Anett Kontaveit. More merit from Paula who quickly tracked down a tie with more cheating than usual. It is not easy to tolerate pressure.

Source: La Verdad


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