Angelique Kerber and Elsa Jacquemot go head-to-head in the French Open second round on Wednesday morning (11am, UK time).
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Where to watch Angelique Kerber v Elsa Jacquemot on TV:
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- US: Tennis Channel
Playing in her 16th tournament on the clay courts of Roland Garros two quarter-final appearances (2012 and 2018) remain Angelique Kerber’s best return. Her last three French Open outings all ended in the first round and it looked that way earlier this week when the former world number one saved two match points, both on return, to get past Magdalena Frech, 2-6, 6-3, 7-5, in two hours and 28 minutes. As touched upon, it was her first win in the French capital since her 2018 final eight showdown and her second opening-round victory since 2015. Not long ago Kerber was on a six-match losing streak, now it’s a six-game winning run, a stretch of form that saw her claim a first clay outdoor title in Strasbourg, where the German survived no fewer than three three-set matches en route, including overcoming Kaja Juvan, 7-6, 6-7, 7-6, in the final.
Now entering unfamiliar territory, Elsa Jacquemot will be playing in the second round of a tour-level tournament for the first time in her young career, the 19-year-old wasn’t trouble against Heather Watson, winning 6-3, 6-3 in an hour and 45 minutes. A former junior world number one, it was at Roland Garros two years ago when she won her biggest prize, the Frenchwoman is starting to make inroads at the highest level. Earlier this year she reached her second W25 final, but it was another losing effort, she fell to Andrea Lázaro García 6-2, 6-7 (2-7), 1-6 at ITF Manacor. That being said, Jacquemot is now guaranteed to make her top 200 debut, if she can knock off Kerber it will represent her greatest victory to date.