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Pennetta, Williams crash out at Roland Garros
TENNIS

Pennetta, Williams crash out at Roland Garros

TENNIS
TABODDS
N Djokovic
J Nieminen
G Muller
P Lorenzi
N Basilashvili
T Kokkinakis
R Gasquet
G Gigounon
I Marchenko
C Berlocq
B Kavcic
YH Lu
T Smyczek
K Anderson
G Dimitrov
J Sock
P Carreno Busta
V Estrella Burgos
B Coric
S Querrey
A Golubev
T Robredo
A Mannarino
J Melzer
A Kuznetsov
M Jaziri
N Almagro
A Dolgopolov
Q Halys
R Nadal
A Murray
F Arguello
V Pospisil
Jaoa Sousa (POR)
k Edmund
S Robert
D Istomin
N Kyrgios
D Goffin
F Krajinovic
S Giraldo
D Young
J Chardy
M Berrer
A Seppi
J Isner
M Cilic
R Haase
j Duckworth
A Arnaboldi
J Janowicz
M Hamou
J Vesely
L Mayer
V Troicki
JL Struff
S Bolelli
S Darcis
D Gimeno-Traver
Jaoa Souza (BRA)
L Lacko
D Ferrer
M Matosevic
T Bellucci
L Pouille
G Simon
G Monfils
E Roger-Vasselin
D Schwartzman
A Haider-Maurer
S Williams
A Hlavackova
AL Friedsam
A Glatch
S ZHeng
L Hradecka
MT Torro-Flor
V Azarenka
B Strycova
T Pironkova
D Allertova
J Konta
M Johansson
H Watson
S Stephens
V Williams
A Petkovic
S Rogers
L Dominguez Lino
C McHale
C Witthoeft
K Siniakova
A Riske
S Errani
J Jankovic
S Karatantcheva
I Falconi
M Arcangioli
C Vandeweghe
J Goerges
K Knapp
C Wozniacki
P Kvitova
M Erakovic
S Soler-Espinosa
P Parmentier
M Gasparyan
A Konjuh
B Mattek-Sands
IC Begu
T Bacsinszky
L Arruabarrena
T Smitkova
T Townsend
B Bencic
D Hantuchova
V Lepchenko
M Keys
Ka Pliskova
S Zhang
A Mitu
A Lim
Q Wang
F Schiavone
K Bertens
S Kuznetsova
Z Diyas
D Pfizenmaier
AK Schmiedlova
A Van Uytvanck
K Koukalova
D Kovinic
K Mladenovic
E Bouchard
A Radwanska
A Beck
A Krunic
Y Putintseva
V Razzano
V Cepede Royg
J Larsson
D Gavrilova
S Stosur
M Brengle
S Voegele
V Diatchenko
K Kanepi
M Sharapova
Flavia Pennetta and Venus Williams were both dumped out in the French Open second round on Wednesday.
TENNIS
TABODDS
N Djokovic
J Nieminen
G Muller
P Lorenzi
N Basilashvili
T Kokkinakis
R Gasquet
G Gigounon
I Marchenko
C Berlocq
B Kavcic
YH Lu
T Smyczek
K Anderson
G Dimitrov
J Sock
P Carreno Busta
V Estrella Burgos
B Coric
S Querrey
A Golubev
T Robredo
A Mannarino
J Melzer
A Kuznetsov
M Jaziri
N Almagro
A Dolgopolov
Q Halys
R Nadal
A Murray
F Arguello
V Pospisil
Jaoa Sousa (POR)
k Edmund
S Robert
D Istomin
N Kyrgios
D Goffin
F Krajinovic
S Giraldo
D Young
J Chardy
M Berrer
A Seppi
J Isner
M Cilic
R Haase
j Duckworth
A Arnaboldi
J Janowicz
M Hamou
J Vesely
L Mayer
V Troicki
JL Struff
S Bolelli
S Darcis
D Gimeno-Traver
Jaoa Souza (BRA)
L Lacko
D Ferrer
M Matosevic
T Bellucci
L Pouille
G Simon
G Monfils
E Roger-Vasselin
D Schwartzman
A Haider-Maurer
S Williams
A Hlavackova
AL Friedsam
A Glatch
S ZHeng
L Hradecka
MT Torro-Flor
V Azarenka
B Strycova
T Pironkova
D Allertova
J Konta
M Johansson
H Watson
S Stephens
V Williams
A Petkovic
S Rogers
L Dominguez Lino
C McHale
C Witthoeft
K Siniakova
A Riske
S Errani
J Jankovic
S Karatantcheva
I Falconi
M Arcangioli
C Vandeweghe
J Goerges
K Knapp
C Wozniacki
P Kvitova
M Erakovic
S Soler-Espinosa
P Parmentier
M Gasparyan
A Konjuh
B Mattek-Sands
IC Begu
T Bacsinszky
L Arruabarrena
T Smitkova
T Townsend
B Bencic
D Hantuchova
V Lepchenko
M Keys
Ka Pliskova
S Zhang
A Mitu
A Lim
Q Wang
F Schiavone
K Bertens
S Kuznetsova
Z Diyas
D Pfizenmaier
AK Schmiedlova
A Van Uytvanck
K Koukalova
D Kovinic
K Mladenovic
E Bouchard
A Radwanska
A Beck
A Krunic
Y Putintseva
V Razzano
V Cepede Royg
J Larsson
D Gavrilova
S Stosur
M Brengle
S Voegele
V Diatchenko
K Kanepi
M Sharapova

Pennetta, seeded 12th in Paris, went down 5-7 6-4 6-2 to world number 99 Johanna Larsson, the Swede battling back from a set down to progress to the third round.

Meanwhile, 29th seed and seven-time grand-slam champion Williams, also suffered disappointment as, like Pennetta, she lost out moving one set to the good against Anna Schmiedlova, going down 2-6 6-3 6-4.

Pennetta and Larsson traded multiple breaks in the opening set, the Italian recovering from a break down at 4-5 to win the next three games and take the lead.

Larsson hit back in the second, claiming a crucial break in game nine to set up the opportunity to level the match, and then dominated the decider, surging into a 4-0 lead before holding out comfortably to shock her opponent.


The Swede will now face 18th seed Eugenie Bouchard, who came from a set down to beat Julia Goerges 2-6 6-2 6-1.


Joining them in the third round will be Schmiedlova, the world number 56 seeing off Williams.

Williams dominated the first set, reeling off five games from 2-1 down to move in front, but a double break midway through the second helped the Slovak level.

An early double break in the final set put Schmiedlova 3-0 up and although Williams clawed one break back, she could not repeat the feat as she failed to reach the third round for a third year in a row.

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