Xinhua News Agency, Paris, September 29 (Reporter Xiao Yazhuo) In the first round of men's singles at the French Open on the 29th, the top seed Djokovic opened with an overwhelming victory to hit the 18th man again. Tour of the championship. The Serbian king defeated Swedish player Yumel 6:0, 6:2, 6:3 in only 1 hour and 38 minutes and easily advanced to the second round.
In the first game, Djokovic showed his strong posture, breaking serve three times and directly gave his opponent a "zero egg". In the second set, Humel, despite his rebound, succeeded in the first game. Then Djokovic broke again to get a 2:1 lead. In the 4th game, Djokovic was a bit slack, and his turnovers began to increase. Yumel broke serve to equalize the score.
However, Djokovic is the number one in the world after all. He stabilized his position and won 4 games in a row without giving his opponent any chance to make another victory. In the game, Djokovic showed his perfect small ball technique before putting the net, and he was caught off guard by Mel.
"I think the small ball in front of the net is a very important technique. Using it at the right time will make the opponent never know where you will hit the next shot." Djokovic said after the game.
In the last set, Djokovic quickly gained a 3-1 lead again. But in a desperate situation, Yumeier played a high level, after he managed to break back and evened the game. In the critical seventh game, Djokovic still broke serve, which seemed to completely defeat the Swedes’ confidence. In the next two games, Djokovic broke his guarantee and finally won the game with a 6-3 victory.
At the recent U.S. Open, Djokovic was disqualified from the competition because he accidentally hit the line referee in the game, but his game state was not affected much. The subsequent Rome Open , He successfully won the championship, so far this season, with the exception of the "accident" at the US Open, Djokovic has won all other games.
There was a controversy in the women's singles match that day. Host player Meladnovich's first-round opponent was German Sigmund. In the first set of 5:1 lead, Meladnovich got the inventory. Then she hit a small ball before the net. After the game, TV replay showed that Sigmund hit the ball back only after it bounced twice, but the referee did not make a statement.
"I think the referee is the only person in the game who didn't see the ball bounced twice." Meladnovich was still angry at the referee after the game. "Everyone makes mistakes, but I can't figure out why the referee Would make such a mistake."
In the subsequent game, Meladnovich's mentality was greatly affected. After wasting 7 inventory points, he lost the first set 5:7. In the second set, she lost again 3:6 and finally missed the promotion.
"That ball was the turning point of the game. Unfortunately, my trip to Roland Garros this year is over, and my opponent can move on." Meladnovich said.
In the other games that day, No. 5 seed Sisipas, who is in hot form this season, won three sets in a row after losing two sets, with 4:6, 2:6, 6:1, 6:4, The score of 6:4 eliminated Spain's Munar.
In women's singles, the second seed and Czech star Pliskova withstood the test of Egyptian qualifier Sharif and defeated her opponent 6:7 (9:11), 6:2, 6:4 to advance. It is worth mentioning that Sharif is the first Egyptian women's singles player to appear in a Grand Slam tournament. (Finish)