Fernanda Contreras is eliminated from Roland Garros by Daria Kasatkina

Lin mexican Fernanda Contreras stay out of Roland Garrosthe first Grand Slam he played in his career, when he fell 6-0 and 6-3 against the 20th seed, Daria Kasatkina, whoWho was lethal with 22 game-winning shots and managed to break up all six chances he had in the game.

Contreras, who qualified for Roland-Garros in quality and became the sixth Mexican to play in one of the four major tennis tournamentsled 40-0 in the first game of the match, but his first double fault it was the first of five points he lost and Kasatkina ended up breaking his serve. Two more double faults in game three made things even more difficult and in 26 minutes, he won the first set, 6-0.

Kasatkina got her fourth Pause to start the second set, but potosina had their best moment of the game when they drew 3-3taking advantage of its uniqueness breaking point he had in the game. It seemed that the wave had changed, as it happened in the quality and the first round, but appeared orafter a double fault in the seventh game which led to another break for 4-3 which ended the options.

The Russian tennis player showed her power with 22 winners for only 15 unforced errors. Only 10 of 35 chances had a second serve, winning 19 out of 25 points on his first serve.

In the third round, Kasatkina will face the winner of the duel between the Americans collins and rogerswhile the Mexican says goodbye to a Roland Garros she will never forget, with tthree victories which allowed him to reach the main drawHe, the sixth Aztec tennis player to achieve this and first to win on clay in Pars since Renata Zaraza in 2020which will allow him to climb the WTA rankings.

Giuliana Olmos, the Mexican still alive at Roland Garros

Although Contreras Gomez was the only Mexican in the singles draw at Roland-Garros, Julia Olmo continues its participation in the doubles, women and mixed.

In the female branch, she participates with the Canadian Gabriela Dabrowski, with whom won the Madrid Masters 1000 and was a finalist in Miami, are the third seeded couple in the tournament. They won 6-2, 6-3 in the first round and expect a rival in the next round.

In mixed doubles, the Mexican is paired with the Salvadoran Marcelo Arevalowith which he arrived at US Open final in 2019.. They will meet American Nicole Melinchar and German Kevin Krawietz in the first round.

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