Germany's Angelique Kerber may be one of the more seasoned players on the WTA Tour, but she's playing with new energy. The 34-year-old three-time Grand Slam winner has as it were come to the quarterfinals of a major or way better once since 2018, but she won the WTA occasion in Strasbourg coming into the French Open and is presently into the third circular after beating youngster Elsa Jacquemot, 6-1, 7-6 (2).
Her first-round triumph against Magdelena Frech took nearly two-and-a-half hours of running and competing, but that's the same way she has pulled herself back up towards the beat of the don again. ''I think you've got to battle in tennis. It's the portion of the diversion, as well,” she told the press at the French Open. “Everyone can play tennis. In conclusion, it's fair to choose two points which match. I have it inside of me."
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