Netease Sports reported on October 1:
In the 2020 French Open, the women's singles will continue, and the 2017 champion Ostapenko won two straight sets against the No. 2 seed Ka-Pliss
Ostapenko, formerly ranked No. 5 in the world, defeated No. 2 seed Ka-Pliskova with a score of 6-4, 6-2 in the second round of the focus of the battle. He has won since 2017.
In the first 6 rounds of the game, the two sides broke each other twice. Ostapenko broke the deadlock again in the 7th game and then pulled the score to 5-3. The Latvian girl kept her advantage until the end of the day. In the second set, Ostapenko broke serve at the opening, holding a 2-0 advantage. Puwa's offensive was weak and it was difficult to reverse the passive situation. When the former world No. 1 in the Czech Republic fell behind 2-4, he lost another 2 rounds and surrendered.
Ostapenko scored 27 winning points and made 19 active turnovers. She grabbed 9 break points and broke Puwa's 5 serve. Her first serve rate was as high as 73%.
No. 7 seed Kvitova eliminated Italian Polini with two 6-3 scores in another game and advanced to the third round with a 25th win at the French Open. Kova was 5-1 in the first set and was broken by her opponent, and Polini saved 2 inventory points and bravely defended the must-have inning of the 8th game. Kova still has a break advantage, leading 5-3 into the second win. The Czech star made consecutive double errors and then sent break points. This time she used an ace to help herself out of the predicament. Polari missed the serve and squandered the second break point in the game, and Kova finally withstood the pressure and made sure of nothing.
In the second set, the two sides broke each other continuously from the 3rd game, and it was not until the 8th game that Kova guaranteed the score to pull the score to 5-3. The No. 7 seed then broke the 9th game that the opponent had to guarantee, and then locked in early victory.