Olivo served for the match on Wednesday but Tsonga had broken back to keep his hopes alive. "I came here to win the matches", said twice former Wimbledon champion Kvitova. On the other hand, Mladenovic has won just 44 percent of her second-serve points, an ominous stat for a player whose serve is powerful but unreliable. The Spaniard continued to remain aggressive and she had a commanding position by leading 5-3 with another service hold to love.
"She was coming back really strongly and I think my energy went a bit down. she's a really tough opponent".
Venus Williams appears to have accidentally announced her pregnant sister Serena is expecting a girl. Muguruza, meanwhile, stands at six feet tall and has a less subtle game, driving the ball flat and hard off both sides.
Muguruza refused to give the 21-year-old Kontaveit any chance of remaining in the tournament as the titleholder sealed the third set win.
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Muguruza's sharp movement and strong serve are well suited to Roland Garros, and she is bound to test Mladenovic, whose struggles with a back injury may be significant.
Williams, the 2002 runner-up who turns 37 next month, will play Belgium's Elise Mertens or Dutch qualifier Richel Hogenkamp in the third round. Muguruza sealed the win at 6-2. She's hit 119 winners to Muguruza's 70 thus far. The Spaniard also produced another forehand victor down the line.
The 32-year-old American, doubles victor in Paris in 2015, refused to buckle when Kvitova went 4-2 ahead.
Frenchwoman Mladenovic proved a popular victor in accounting for Shelby Rogers, whose fellow American Williams progressed easily. "That's the word I'm going to use today, because I still don't know how I won that match". It's important, because the Williams' serve is her most powerful weapon, and the relative weakness of her ground game on clay is evident in the trouble she's had defending her second serve.