Disaster match for Diane Parry (79th), extremely tense, the French did not manage to free herself to impose her game. If sparkling in the first round against Ukraine's Anhelina Kalinina (26th), Parry missed his match.
Much more solid in the game the Russian Mirra Andreeva (143rd) committed fewer faults and took advantage of the shortcomings of the French to win in 1h17 with her child-sized racket without force: 6-1, 6-2.
New French eliminated, the last hopes of the French rest on Océane Dodin (122nd) in the women and Arthur Rinderknech (78th) in the men.
- Roland Garros Men's Singles
- Roland Garros Women's Singles
Andreeva the Russian nugget
For a place in the knockout rounds, Andreeva will face outgoing finalist world No. 6 Coco Gauff or Austrian Julia Grahber (61st). So far, the Russian teenager has not lost a set at Porte d'Auteuil, including his three qualifying rounds.
In the first round, Andreeva didn't even need an hour to defeat American Alison Riske-Amritraj (85th) 6-2, 6-1. On the Simonne-Mathieu court Thursday afternoon, she did not last long either (1h17 min). Fourteen months ago, Andreeva was not yet classified. And a year ago, she reached the quarterfinals of the junior tournament on the Parisian clay. His qualification for the third round already guarantees him a place in the top 100 at the end of Roland-Garros.