Who is trying to win the 25th major tournament, will settle in the third round of the French Open, and will face Musetti

Novak Djokovic (No. 1, Serbia) advanced to the third round of the men’s singles at the French Open and cruised to his 25th career major championship.

Djokovic defeated Roberto Carvayes Baena (63rd, Spain) 3-0 (6-4 6-1 6-2) in the second round of the men’s singles on the fifth day of the tournament held at Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France on the 30th (Korea time). Djokovic, who passed the first round 3-0 (6-4 7-6-4) with Pierre-Huig Erber (142nd, France) two days ago, will face Lorenzo Musetti (30th, Italy) in the third round.

Djokovic and Musetti had a 4-1 record against each other, with Djokovic leading. However, Musetti performed relatively well with two wins and one loss against each other on clay, and Musetti also scored one or two sets to torment Djokovic in the round of 16 teams at the French Open in 2021.

If Djokovic wins the championship for two consecutive years this year, he will become the first male and female to win 25 singles titles in major competitions. In addition to Djokovic, Margaret Court (retired) of Australia has 24 titles, sharing the record of most wins with Djokovic.토토사이트 추천

In the women’s singles, Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus beat Uchijima Yuzuka of Japan 2-0 (6-2 6-2). Sabalenka, who won this year’s Australian Open, will face Paula Badosa of Spain (139th) in the third round.

Badosa is a player who rose to second place in the world in 2022, and fans will likely pay keen attention to their duel in the third round. Sabalenka and Badosa are well known for their close relationship outside the court.

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