Alison Van Uytvanck fights for the second round at Roland Garros: “Last weeks were not easy” | Roland Garros | Sport

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Alison Van Uytvanck (WTA 65) has qualified for the second round of Roland Garros. Our compatriot settled after a lesser start with the Swedish Rebecca Peterson (WTA 50): 2-6, 6-3 and 6-1. “The last few weeks have not been easy,” said Van Uytvanck after her victory. “I am very happy that I was able to win the game.”

Van Uytvanck had a difficult first set, but then restored the balance. In the third set, she quickly took the victory. “I had a tactical plan, but made too many mistakes in the beginning ”, Van Uytvanck analyzed. “After that I adapted better, and in a way I waited for my moment. Little by little I came into the game, and in the third move I played very well. I dared more then. I also worked on my volley and I am happy to see it paid off. ”

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In the second round, the Croatian Donna Vekic (WTA 30) or the Romanian Irina Maria Bara (WTA 142) awaits Van Uytvanck. “I know both players, but I don’t feel like thinking about the game yet”, our compatriot continued. “I want to enjoy this victory first. Normally I play the doubles tomorrow (with her partner Greet Minnen, ed.), That’s what I’m going to focus on. We’ll see afterwards. I know Vekic is a great player with great shots. Bara may be a bit more regular. But above all I have to look at myself. ”







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