2012 Roland Garros Review of May 30th
|Written by Charlie Jimenez|
|Wednesday, 30 May 2012 21:52|
Novak Djokovic got rid of Slovenian Blaz Kavcic (6-0, 6-4, 6-4), who put him in some difficulty, and reached the third round of Roland Garros. After coiling in the first set, winning in white, Serbian sweat to win the next two. In the second, Kavcic Djokovic broke serve in the third game and held the break until the seventh. The world No. 1 and spent over remaking of 2-4 to 6-4 with two 'breaks' in a row.
In the third and final part Kavcic held her own well into the set. The Slovenian, 25, showed ability to resist and good manners, especially with his right. Djokovic had a greater variety of resources and then eventually won after breaking in the tenth game, the decisive one. With this 'break' won the match. The Serb's next opponent will be Frenchman Nicolas Devilder.
Federer is left on September 1
In the third, Federer let go and Romanian took much better. The part went to the tiebreak, which Federer did not know how close the crash. Had two match points, one on his serve and another for the rest, who squandered. Ungur turned it to sudden death and ended up winning the set (8-6).
The world No. 3, who had played with fire and was burned in the third set, did not want the thing out of hand. He started the fourth quarter as a shot, with 'break' in his best, and thereafter held his serve to settle the match (6-3). Perhaps too early to spend some trouble.
Del Potro suffered victory
Bandaged left knee against the clock trying to recover with the physiotherapist, the Tandil suffered more than necessary to subdue the French, who played to his audience. The meeting began with an advantage for Del Potro, who was allowed to go back to issuing the first set. The Argentine scored the second run also in the tiebreaker and since then dominated the third and final fourth set, which closed with a service point in the second of three match points which was available.
The fastest of Tandil in the Grand Slam in Paris dates back to 2009, when he lost in a tight semifinal match against Federer. In his career, Del Potro has won four tournaments on clay, the last this year in Estoril over Frenchman Richard Gasquet (18).
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 May 2012 21:57|