Tsitsipas walked to the second round of the French Open after stopping Chardy

Jakarta (medialnews) – Greek tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas overcame an early start to reach the second round of the French Open after beating Frenchman Jeremy Chardy 7-6 (6) 6-3 6-1 on Sunday local time.

The fifth seed, which extended his clay court winning streak to three games after winning in Lyon last week, nearly slipped through the opening set. However, finally managed to get up.

This match was played on Philippe Chatrier’s field, which was empty after a ban for residents to leave the house after 9 p.m. local time.

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Tsitsipas lost to maestro Roland Garros who won the French Open 13 times, Rafael Nadal, in the final of Barcelona. He struggled, but eventually got past Chardy in the next two sets.

He ended Chardy’s fight after more than two hours of fighting with a forehand winner.

He then takes on the winner of the match, Sebastian Korda from the United States, against Spaniard Pedro Martinez.

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Reporter: Jafar M Sidik
Editor: Bayu Kuncahyo

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