Aliaksandra Sasnovich and Emma Raducanu meet in the French Open second round on Wednesday morning (10am, UK time).
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At the second time of asking Aliaksandra Sasnovich registered her first major win of 2022 after being eliminated in the Aussie Open first round against Qinwen Zheng, her success came against Zheng’s compatriot Wang Xinyu, 6-4, 6-1. Sasnovich was at her imperious best, creating no fewer than 11 breakpoints and converting five. It was her seventh win in this clay season, having previously made the second rounds in Rome and Strasbourg as a qualifier. Interestingly, she’s reached the third round of every major except this one. At the Roland Garros tournament Sasnovich is 0-4 in second round matches. That being said, Sasnovich was the first opponent Emma Raducanu faced after becoming the US Open champion last September, the Belarusian won 6-2, 6-4, in their Indian Wells second round meeting.
An upset was on the cards when Raducanu faced 17-year-old qualifier Linda Noskova in the first round. Making her French Open debut Raducanu, playing her first match since retiring in Rome, was a set and break down but managed to compose herself winning 6-7, 7-5, 6-1, in just over two hours. Raducanu’s incredible ascent to prominence is illustrated by the fact she only debuted on clay six weeks ago during which time the number 12 ranked player claimed a Stuttgart quarterfinal berth and a Madrid third round placement enroute to a fourth-ever Grand Slam appearance. Despite achieving unprecedented glory in New York the Brit has yet to master a level of consistency, she’s only won back-to-back matches on three occasions across her last 12 tournament outings, but the most recent did come in Madrid earlier this year.