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Novak Djokovic and Munar Jaume meet in the second round of the 2018 tennis French Open.Novak Djokovic is coming off a straight sets win over Rogerio Dutra Silva that took 29 games to decide. In the victory, Djokovic won 73 percent of his first serve points and 54 percent of his second serve points. Djokovic looked more like himself in his opening victory, as he won 49 percent of his return points and broke six times.
While it’s still early in the tournament and you’re really only as good as your last performance in this spot, Djokovic is playing his best tennis in quite some time and that semifinals run in the Rome Masters seems to have given him new confidence. When Djokovic is playing like this with a chance to get even better, he’s obviously capable of making a deep tournament run. Djokovic has lost before the third round of a grand slam once before 2009. Djokovic has won six of his last eight matches on clay court.
Munar Jaume is coming off a five sets win over David Ferrer that took 56 games to decide. In the victory, Jaume won 67 percent of his first serve points and 47 percent of his second serve points. Jaume is coming off a marathon match in which he won 60 percent of his service points and grinded out the grinder. It’s usually Ferrer who outlasts his opponent in a lengthy match, but the young Spaniard got the best of the more experienced player for the biggest win of his career yet.
Jaume just turned 21 years old earlier this month and has very little experience on the ATP main tour, so everything he’s doing now is simply to grow. After such a draining performance, it’ll be interesting to see how much Jaume has left in the tank at this moment. Jaume has a chance to reach the third round of a grand slam for the first time in his career. Jaume matches on clay court.
This will be the first match between these two players.
Jaume has little to no experience on the main tour and is playing one of the best players in the world who is starting to find his form. This will be a good learning experience for the young man and make him better, but a win is simply not in the cards. Djokovic is starting to find himself and should have the rest of the field a little worried.The former world No. 1 dispatched Silva 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 on Court Philippe-Chatrier but looked uncomfortable throughout and only offered brief glimpses of his best.
Djokovic will face either David Ferrer or Jaume Munar in the second round.
He made a less-than-inspiring start as he gave away a break in the opening game courtesy of four unforced errors.
The Serb failed to convert a break point in the following game as Silva held for a 2-0 lead, but he quickly found his feet, giving up just one of the next six games to take the set, which he sealed with a sublime backhand pass.The former world number one, seeded 20th at Roland Garros, went 2-0 down at the start of the first two sets but recovered to come through 6-3 6-4 6-4.
The injury-hit Serb, 31, has not won a Grand Slam title since his victory in Paris in 2016.
Meanwhile Stan Wawrinka, another former champion who has struggled with injury, lost his opener.
The Swiss 23rd seed, who overcame Djokovic in the French Open final in 2015, was beaten 6-2 3-6 4-6 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 by Spaniard Guillermo Garcia-Lopez.That defeat means Wawrinka will fall from world number 30 to outside the top 250 when the new standings are released on 11 June.Elsewhere, the match between number one seed and 10-time champion Rafael Nadal and Italian Simone Bolelli was suspended because of rain.
The Spaniard had a two-set lead but was 3-0 down in the third set against the impressive Bolelli when the weather started to worsen.Austrian seventh seed Dominic Thiem overcame Ilya Ivashka of Belarus 6-2 6-4 6-1. Thiem will now face Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas, ranked 39th, while Djokovic takes on Spain’s Juame Munar, the world number 155.