France, Paris-On September 28, local time, the 2020 French Open will continue the first round of women's singles. No. 7 seed Kvitova defeated Frenchman Dodin 6-3, 7-5, two years later. Win the French Open.
In the first six innings of the first set, neither of the two sides had any flaws in their serve, and they were tied at 3 to 3 after they secured their serve. At this point, Kova took the initiative and she broke serve for the first time in the 8th game, leading 5-3. In the subsequent serve win, Kova successfully secured the serve and took the lead with 6-3.
The second set started, and the two broke each other's serve. In the next few games, both sides held the serve and the score came to a 5 to 5 tie. At the critical moment, Kova broke serve again. In the subsequent serve win game, Kova did not give his opponent a chance and finally won 7-5.
In another match, the former French Open runner-up Elani who broke through in the qualifying rounds swept the Olympic champion Puig 6-2, 6-1, and won his first victory against his opponent for the fifth time. He also won the Grand Slam after three years. Tournament victory (2017 French Open).