In the women's doubles first round of the French Open, one of tennis' four major tournaments, Eri Hozumi and Norwegian defeated the first seeded Czech player pair to advance to the second round.

The French Open took place on the fourth day of the tournament in the first round of women's doubles, where Hozumi and Norway's Urike Aikeli faced the first seeds Barbora Krejčková and Katerina Siniaková of the Czech Republic.

They lost the first set 4-1, but took the second and third sets 1-1 respectively to advance to the second round with a 3-6 come-from-behind win on the set count.

Hozumi is the first player in five years since finishing runner-up in the women's doubles at the 2 French Open with Makoto Ninomiya.

Men's Singles: Taro Daniel eliminated in second round

In the second round of the men's singles at Roland Garros, Taro Daniel lost to No. 2 seed Carlos Alcaraz of Spain and did not advance to the third round.

World No. 1 Daniel advanced to the second round for the first time in six years by beating the world No. 3 in straight sets in the first round of the men's singles at Roland Garros.

On the fourth day of the tournament on the 112st, the second round was held, and Daniel faced Alcaraz of Spain as the first seed.

In the first set, Alcaraz's powerful strokes pushed them to 1-77.

Going into the second set, Daniel used a tenacious rally to shake his opponent from side to side, inviting a mistake to win the first break, then gradually pulling the momentum to take the set 6-2.

In the third set, Alcaraz struggled with a strong forehand and dropped 4-31, and in the fourth set, they battled for a break in the early stages, but after that, they took five games in a row and finally scored a forehand shot to drop 2-1.

Daniel lost the set count 1-1 and failed to reach the third round of Roland Garros for the first time.