Sliding and sliding on the best red clay courts of the French Open always results in spectacular tennis.
Intentionally or not, every year there are many amazing moments that make you wonder if a tennis player is human or not. Whether it’s a kick between the legs or a big upset, these iconic moments will have you rushing to your local tennis courts.
In 2021, Barbora Krejcikova of the Czech Republic stunned the tennis world by winning the French Open unseeded. She also had an impressive record in doubles, placing second.
Last year, Parisian crowds also witnessed the execution of Russian Daniil Medvedev. perfect forehead tweener against Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece. For this trick, he received a well-deserved applause.
Two weeks of tennis on clay courts continue. Here is a current list of the highlights from each day of the 2022 French Open:
May 22: Magda Lynette sent No. 6 Ons Jabert in the first round.
On the first day of the 2022 French Open, there was a shocking turnaround with Pole Lynette sending Jabert number 6 after a draw of 3-6, 7-6, 7-5. In accordance with chances posted prior to the start of the event, Jabeur finished 4th on the list of players to win the French Open with +1800 mark.
While Jabert was in charge of points with precise placement most of the time, Lynette used her speed to knock everyone down. As the match progressed, Lynette built up her aggression and unforced errors piled up for Jabert, who finished with a score of 47.
Another key indicator was Lynette’s serve, which scored 74% on the first serve and allowed Jaber to convert only 44% of break points.