Eight Australians in qualifying motion at Roland Garros | 23 Could, 2023 | All Information | Information and Options | Information and Occasions

Jaimee Fourlis, James Duckworth, Storm Hunter and Marc Polmans all start their Roland Garros 2023 qualifying campaigns at the moment.

Paris, France, 23 Could 2023 | Leigh Rogers

A powerful contingent of Australian gamers start their Roland Garros qualifying campaigns at the moment.

Eight Aussies are scheduled to compete on day two of the qualifying competitors in Paris, with matches starting from 6pm AEST.

Amongst them is the in-form Aleksandar Vukic, who made his top-100 debut this week after an distinctive run at ATP Challenger stage.

They want to be part of Australia’s Arina Rodionova within the second spherical. The 33-year-old from Melbourne was the only real Aussie winner on day one.

> READ: Rodionova continues spectacular kind at Roland Garros

Aussies in motion on day two:

Marc Polmans (AUS) v [WC] Harold Mayot (FRA)
Males’s qualifying singles, first spherical, Courtroom 14, first match (from 6pm AEST)
Contesting Roland Garros qualifying for a sixth time, world No.194 Polmans is trying to higher final-round appearances in 2020 and 2021. The 26-year-old from Melbourne, who missed final 12 months’s event resulting from ankle surgical procedure, has improved his rating nearly 150 spots prior to now 5 months. The in-form Aussie faces former world No.1 junior Mayot, a 21-year-old native wildcard ranked No.199.
Head-to-head file: First assembly

[18] Aleksandar Vukic (AUS) v Raphael Collignon (BEL)
Males’s qualifying singles, first spherical, Courtroom 3, second match
Vukic has skyrocketed into the world’s high 100 after profitable 18 of his previous 23 matches. The 27-year-old from Sydney boasts a superb profession file in Paris too, with six wins from his 9 matches. It means world No.95 Vukic, who’s aiming to qualify at Roland Garros for a second time, will begin favorite in opposition to Collignon, a 21-year-old from Belgium ranked No.210 and contesting his first main event.
Head-to-head file: First assembly

Alex Bolt (AUS) v Oleksii Krutykh (UKR)
Males’s qualifying singles, first spherical, Courtroom 5, second match
Making his seventh Roland Garros qualifying look, the 30-year-old Bolt is looking for a primary win. The South Australian is on the comeback from elbow surgical procedure and utilizing a protected rating to compete. The world No.374, who has claimed three ITF singles title since returning to the tour, meets Krutykh, a 23-year-old Ukrainian ranked No.185 who certified at Australian Open 2023.
Head-to-head file: First assembly

> VIEW: Roland Garros 2023 males’s qualifying singles draw

Priscilla Hon (AUS) v Alice Robbe (FRA)
Girls’s qualifying singles, first spherical, Courtroom 14, second match
World No.152 Hon has gained 10 of her 15 matches on clay this season, offering worthwhile momentum forward of her fifth Roland Garros marketing campaign. The 25-year-old from Brisbane’s greatest end in Paris is a second-round look in 2019, the place she pushed world No.14 Madison Keys to a few units. Robbe, a 23-year-old Frenchwoman ranked No.190, is making her Grand Slam-level debut.
Head-to-head file: First assembly

Storm Hunter (AUS) v [8] Viktorija Golubic (SUI)
Girls’s qualifying singles, first spherical, Courtroom 9, third match
The 28-year-old Hunter is aiming to qualify in Paris for a second time (have beforehand completed so in 2021). However the world No.202, who’s a top-five star in doubles, faces a tricky opening-round task. Golubic, a 30-year-old from Switzerland ranked No.125, is a former Wimbledon quarterfinalist and has gained each of her earlier assembly with Hunter in three-set battles.
Head-to-head file: Golubic leads 2-0
Final assembly: Golubic gained 4-6 6-3 6-3 (Adelaide, January 2023)

> VIEW: Roland Garros 2023 girls’s qualifying singles draw

[5] James Duckworth (AUS) v Riccardo Bonadio (ITA)
Males’s qualifying singles, first spherical, Courtroom 3, fourth match
World No.109 Duckworth has accomplished profitable qualifying campaigns in Paris twice earlier than, in 2013 and 2014. The 31-year-old from Brisbane, who’s aiming to make an eighth Roland Garros major draw look, begins his qualifying marketing campaign in opposition to Bonadio, a 29-year-old Italian ranked No.164 and trying to file his first-ever win at Roland Garros.
Head-to-head file: First assembly

Jaimee Fourlis (AUS) v Victoria Jimenez Kasintseva (AND)
Girls’s qualifying singles, first spherical, Courtroom 9, fourth match
At world No.150, Fourlis is the top-ranked Australian within the girls’s qualifying singles draw. The 23-year-old from Melbourne thrives on clay and superior to her largest profession remaining in Germany earlier this month. Fourlis meets world No.183 Jimenez Kasintseva, a extremely touted 17-year-old and former world No.1-ranked junior, within the opening spherical.
Head-to-head file: First assembly

Olivia Gadecki (AUS) v Darja Semenistaja (LAT)
Girls’s qualifying singles, first spherical, Courtroom 4, fifth match
Gadecki, a 21-year-old from the Gold Coast, is contesting Roland Garros qualifying for a 3rd time. The world No.153, who has reached 4 ITF singles finals and recorded 10 clay-court wins this season, has an edge in expertise on this first-round match-up. Semenistaja, a 20-year-old from Latvia ranked No.199, is making her Grand Slam-level debut.
Head-to-head file: First assembly

> VIEW: Full Roland Garros 2023 qualifying, day two schedule

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