French Open Tennis Nishioka Advances to Round 2 for 2 consecutive years September 29, 5:31
At the French Open, one of the four major tennis tournaments, Yoshihito Nishioka won the first round of men's singles straight against a Canadian player with a set count of 3-0 on the 28th, and advanced to the second round for the second consecutive year.
The French Open of this year has been postponed from May to September due to the influence of the new coronavirus.
On the 28th, the second day of the tournament, Nishioka, who ranked 52nd in the world ranking in the first round of men's singles, played against 20-year-old Canadian player Felix Auger Aliassim, who ranked 22nd in the world.
Nishioka took a 7-5 shot with a calm match, such as taking a powerful forehand shot from the beginning of the first set and collecting balls on the backhand side to invite mistakes.
Nishioka, who got the pace, took the second set from the sixth game to four games in a row and took it 6-3, but the third set also took 6-3 and won the straight with a set count of 3-0. I decided to advance to the second round for the second consecutive year.
Nishioka will face France's Ugo Gaston in the second round at 239th in the world.
In addition, in the first round of the men's singles, Yuichi Sugita, who was 94th in the world, played against Casper Ruud of Norway, who was 25th in the world, but lost with a straight with a set count of 0-3.