French Open Day-4 Results

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At the Day four of the French Open Grandslam was action packed as Novak Djokovic, Kei Nishikori, Alexander Zverev, Grigor Dimitrov had taken over the court of day four. Whereas Djokovic won this match of his with ease, while the rest was stretched to five sets.

At the Fourth seed, Dimitrov also clinched a marathon five-set victory over the American Jared Donaldson to book the last-32 spot, while the second seed Zverev, was the one who was trailing by two sets against Lajovic, which ended up winning in five sets with 2-6, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1, 6-2.

And the 21-year-old was the winner of three Masters titles, who is is yet to reach a Grand Slam quarter-final and was also knocked out in the first round at the Roland Garros last year.

But whereas Zverev moved into round three for the second time, where he will be playing the Bosnian 26th seed Damir Dzumhur, as he looks to become the first German man who is to win the title since 1937.

Whereas the French player Julien Benneteau, who has announced already that this will be his last Roland Garros, also wept tears of joy after seeing off Argentina’s Leonardo Mayer with 2-6, 7-6 (7/4), 6-2, 6-3.

Julien Benneteau also told that he did not know whether it would be happening at the very beginning of the match or at the time of going on to the court, or getting out of the locker room,

And When Naomi Osaka is not present at the tournament, she is usually to be found huddled over a PlayStation console.

This is sort of consuming my time a little bit because in case I had 30 minutes, then I would just sit there, and I would also be a little bit late. Like, I may spend 35 minutes, and then I would be like, Oh, my God. It is already 30 minutes past, and then I will have to rush out the door. So in case, I’m ever late to anything, you will know why.” He says.

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