Medvedev walks, Humbert rebels and heartbreaking farewells to come… Follow with us the day of Tuesday… - DALTONHURD

Medvedev walks, Humbert rebels and heartbreaking farewells to come… Follow with us the day of Tuesday…

12:40 p.m .: First set for Alizé Cornet (6-2). Still in the French department, 2-2 in the third set between Humbert and Ruusuvuori, who have shared the sets so far.

12:34 p.m.: WHAT A DAMAGE!!! Tessah Andrianjafitrimo had the opportunity to come back to 4-4 in this second set. Finally, she has just lost it 6-3 and Karolina Pliskova is tied, one round everywhere against the Gersoise…

12:32 p.m.: Finally, Danielle Collins took over, despite my treacherous insinuations. Success 6-0, 6-4 over the anonymous Bulgarian Viktoriya Tomova for the seeded n°9, finalist of the last Australian Open. She didn’t come to Paris just for sightseeing.

12:27 : Alizé Cornet leads 4-1 in 19 minutes against the Japanese Doi. She too is eager to see Tsonga’s probable farewell, which will take place just after on the Chatrier.

12:23 p.m .: Second Humbert set!!! Ugo is not delirious to conclude and sets the record straight (2-6, 6-2).

12:22 p.m .: As for Jelena Ostapenko, she has finished her demolition work against Bronzetti. 6-1, 6-4 in 1h07 and the 2017 Roland-Garros champion rolls towards the second round. Place now Arthur Rinderknech on the n°14. The French will try to reverse a compromised situation against the whimsical Kazakh Bublik: 2-6, 2-4 before the interruption last night.

12:20 p.m. : I admit it, I do not watch every 5 minutes what is happening on court n°12. I should however… The young Dane Rune is gutting the Canadian Shapovalov (and leather boots): 6-3, 6-1. And 1-1 in the third set.

12:18 p.m .: 2 sets to zero for Medvedev. 6-2 6-2 against Bagnis…

12:14 p.m. : Ah, it gets complicated for Tessah on the Simonne-Mathieu. Pliskova leads 4-1 in the second set…

12:12 p.m. : The fall of Bagnis… Already the Argentinian is struggling and he is bandaged at the level of the right calf…

12:10 p.m .: There is life on the central, where we started later than elsewhere. Alizé Cornet leads 1-0 after three short minutes of play against the Japanese Misaki Doi, 98th in the world.

12:07 : This Medvedev – Bagnis looks more and more like the Djokovic – Nishioka of last night. 6-2, 4-1…

12:03 : And entry break in the 2nd round for Andrianjafitrimo. In Nogaro, where people are more into motor sports than tennis, the locals can’t believe their eyes.

11:59 am: Nice reaction from Ugo Humbert. After losing the first set, the Frenchman leads 2-0 in the second against Finland’s Ruusuvuori.

11:57 : Surprise winner of the 2017 edition, Jelena Ostapenko is in the process of boning the Italian Bronzetti. The Latvian, a specialist in large flat slaps, leads 6-1, 3-2 service to follow.

11:54 am: BRAVO TESSAH!!! First Andrianjafitrimo set on the Simonne-Mathieu. 6-2 against Karolina Pliskova. Not bad for a wild-card holder against the No. 8 seed.

11:52 : Do you remember when I compared Collins to Krejcikova (it was at 11:26 for the distracted)? Well, having peeled Tomova in the first set (6-0), the Florida vocalist is trailing 2-0 in the second…

11:48 a.m .: An ace, and here is Medvedev who wins the first set (6-2). Exactly the same score as Ruusuvuori against Humbert, alas…

11:47 am: LONG LIVE THE FREE GERS!!! Tessa Andrianjafitrimo, from Nogaro, now leads 5-1 against Karolina Pliskova! Incredible…

11:45 a.m .: Looks like it’s taking shape on the Lenglen. Medvedev now leads 5-2 against Bagnis, largely dominated.

11:40 a.m. : If Roland-Garros looks like an enchanted parenthesis for many people, spectators and television viewers first, it is far from being the case for everyone.

11:35 am: Come on, new break for Medvedev (3-2). It would be a question of accelerating Daniil, we want to see RIchard us.

11:31 a.m. : On court n°12, Denis Shapovalov, Nadal’s scorer in Rome, did not inherit the dream opponent for a first round. The Dane Holger Rune, 19 years old and 40th in the world, has already made the break against the Canadian seeded 14 (3-2).

11:27 : Shutout Medvedev on his serve. 2-2 after 16 minutes. Richard Gasquet, who must finish after the Russian match his game well underway against the South African Harris, will perhaps have to wait.

11:26 : On the 6th, the American howler Danielle Collins (seed n°9) is on the move for the moment against the Bulgarian Tomova, 140th in the world (3-0). But beware of the Krejcikova syndrome. The defending champion was also off to a good start against Diane Parry. We don’t draw you…

11:23 : In the tricolor section, I offer you a little Ugo Humbert on court n°7. The 46th in the world, a little back in line, battle against the Finn Emil Ruusuvuori (1-1).

11:21 a.m. : Double fault by Medvedev and the Russian is broken by Bagnis (1-1) after a very long game.

11:18 am: it also plays on the other courts, except on the Chatrier where Alizé Cornet will start against the Japanese Doi at noon. The French wild-card Tessah Andrianjafritrimo had an excellent start to the match against the Czech Karolina Pliskova on the Simonne-Mathieu: 3-0 and double break!!!

11:15 am: The 2nd break point is the right one for the most French-speaking Russian. A long line backhand and Bagnis remains stuck…

11:13 a.m. : First break point Medvedev saved by Bagnis. Honestly, if the Russian doesn’t beat the Argentinian today, he has to forget about this area for good.

11:05 a.m. : The problem is that Medvedev loves clay as much as my cat loves salad. This season, he has only played one match on this surface, and fell on entering Geneva against our Richard Gasquet.

11 a.m.: Hello everyone. It’s not hot (14°C), cloudy, but it’s going to work. In particular Daniil Medvedev, seeded n°2, who opens the ball on the Suzanne-Lenglen court against the Argentinian Facundo Bagnis. Not really a terror with his 103rd place at the ATP and his 32 years.

Another beautiful day ahead under the changing sky of Paris, after the made in France treats signed by Parry, Jacquemot, Jeanjean or Moutet on Monday. Of the 15 Tricolores in the running, we hope that many will push the door of the second round to dream a few more days.

There will be something for all generations, from young people (Humbert, Gaston) to veterans at the end of the track (Tsonga, Simon) via Ferro, Bonzi, Mannarino, Garcia and Cornet. Without forgetting Gasquet, Paire or Rinderknech who must finish their match the day before, and who attack this Tuesday in more or less enviable positions. For foodiesthe upcoming Tsitsipas – Musetti should delight the taste buds.

>> Meet around 11 a.m. for your daily ocher ration

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