To that, the tennis star replied, "She's going to call me 'favorite aunt.' We're all like, 'Baby V, baby Lyn, baby Isha.' We all want the baby to be named after us".
Second-seeded Djokovic barely put a foot wrong in a 6-1, 6-4, 6-3 win over Joao Sousa, while Muguruza had to dig deep to avoid becoming the first reigning champion at Roland Garros to lose in the second round since 2014, when she upset Serena Williams. "There is no doubt that she plans to come back". Lest we forget, she is also enjoying a tremendous second wind since her Sjogren's Syndrome diagnosis, and reached the final of the Australian Open in January - her first grand slam final in almost eight years.
"At the beginning I was way better", Haase said.
"The first round is always tricky", Williams said. It's fantastic. It's something very special that if you love the sport you can do it.
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Venus scares the hell out of me when those unforced errors pile up, as that's how she gives sets and matches away.
Auntie Venus said her biggest concern is being unaware of her exact role.
Venus Williams and Elise Mertens meet in the third round of the 2017 French Open. Kvitova threw her racket in frustration after double-faulting on match point, but the players warmly embraced at the net. Venus Williams went pro at age 14, so she has been making an incredible living in professional tennis for over twenty years.
While the final score made it look easy for Williams, she was pushed hard in the early phases of the match before she found her game and got on a roll to earn the victory. "I know he is, from upstairs", Johnson said. I think you just have to be ready, aware and alert.
It was not a good day, though, for Ekaterina Makarova, conqueror of top seed Angelique Kerber in round one but knocked out 6-2 6-2 by Lesia Tsurenko in round two. The Argentinian was the more consistent player, and that was the primary reason he was able to overcome Tsonga's power.