Gauff did not shine, but he advanced at Roland Garros and reached a mark by Chris Evert

Gauff did not shine, but he advanced at Roland Garros and reached a mark by Chris Evert
Gauff did not shine, but he advanced at Roland Garros and reached a mark by Chris Evert

Coco Gauff (3rd in the WTA ranking) was far from its best levelbut still he managed to seal the victory against Tamara Zidansek (131st) by 6-3 and 6-4 and reach the third round of Roland Garros.

Throughout the meeting she seemed uncomfortable to the American, who failed to capture her usual superiority, this time against the Slovenian, who also did not capitalize on the inaccuracies to twist the course of the game.

Both players showed a insecurity in the serveto the point that the one born in Delray Beach, California, only 20 years old, concrete five breakswhile his rival threemaking a big difference in the winning shots when connecting 23ten more than his rival.

With this victory, the last champion at the US Open signed 17 joys at Roland Garros, equaling the mark of his historic compatriot Chris Evertwho also totaled that number of wins at the French Open before the age of 21.

In the next instance, Gauff waits for the Chinese Wang Yafan (68th) or the Ukrainian Dayana Yastremska (32nd).

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