In the third round of the French Open, Magda Lynette lost “25” seed Tunisia Jabour 6: 3, 0: 6, 1: 6. The Polish woman still has to wait for the first promotion of her career to the 1/8 final of the Grand Slam tournament.
Magda Lynette, ranked 45th in the WTA rankings, faced Ons Japur for the third time. In 2013, he defeated her on a tough court in Baku. Four years ago, at the stadium in Charleston, he was two years younger than his rival.
The 29-year-old pole was lifted to the third round of the Paris event after Ashley Party, the retired leader of the world rankings of Australian tennis players, resulting in a Bosna girl 6: 1, 2: 2.
Lynette repeated her best result in a Grand Slam match. Previously, Roland Garros was in 2017 in the third round match on the courts. He reached this point in the other three matches of this ranking.
Lynette has not yet said goodbye to the French capital because she is also competing in doubles there. He advanced to the 1/8 finals in this match on Friday.
I was impatient from the second set. In both games I had the opportunity to stay in the game, but suddenly I started making a lot of mistakes – Analyzed by Magda Lynette after the match. I was completely deceived. I played a tough opponent, but in the beginning it was clear that I had more or less control over what was going on. The next two sets hurt so much that it went so fast. In fact, at this level, I should not have lost two sets so evenly, winning only one game overall. – He added. I am very disappointed because for all this I must have given her a very hard job. It’s so easy – She insisted.
Lynette began the season at the end of March. In the first five starts, he only went to the opening round once. This improvement came shortly before the start of the French Open – in the previous WTA match in Strasbourg, where he reached the semifinals
If anyone tells me after Rome, it will all come back and I will take it blindly. Now the matter of today’s defeat is new and I want to move on to the next rounds. It’s so hard when it’s so close – I played very politely on the first set today. Then I gave up the opportunity a bit. It hurts, but I’m happy to be on the right track. Prior to this, everything had been falling apart in previous matches. This is very positive now – She summed up.
Once upon a time (Tunisia, 25) – Magda Lynette (Poland) 3-6, 6-0, 6-1.