In contrasting fashion, Djokovic, Muguruza advance in Paris

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French Open: Garbine Muguruza, Kristina Mladenovic looking to set up Paris date

Defending French Open champion Garbine Muguruza has lost the first set of her second-round match against Anett Kontaveit.

Muguruza has failed to make the final of a single tournament since beating Serena Williams to win her maiden grand slam last June.

The Spaniard will meet Yulia Putintseva of Kazakhstan, the 27th seed, for a place in the fourth round.

"She was playing so good first two sets, I was just hanging there waiting for my moment and in the third set it came".

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After easing past former runner-up Sara Errani in the previous round, Mladenovic knew Rogers had the weapons to bother her, the American having won their only meeting 6-1 6-1 on a hard court.

Hopes of a first French men's champion since Yannick Noah in 1983 suffered a huge blow as 12th seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga crashed out in his opening match.

Muguruza has transformed week one of the French Open into a fact-finding mission.

Garbine Muguruza, the most unfancied of defending champions coming into the French Open, reached the fourth round and sent a message to the locker room that she won't let her trophy go without a fight. Parisian boys and girls will get the chance to see some of the game biggest stars this year, with Rafael Nadal later scheduled to resume his quest for a 10th title in Paris against Robin Haase. "She was very quiet, very relaxed, and I had to calm down".

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And then came Putinseva, who reached the quarter-finals here a year ago without dropping a set, losing a tight match to Serena Williams.

Muguruza was kept in the contest by her serve, winning 72 percent of all her first service points.

"I'm not really happy still with the way I was playing. I know I can play better if I go deep in the tournament".

Venus Williams is last on the main court, against Elise Mertens. Moreover, the sixth game of the match was important but Muguruza continued to remain aggressive, and calm by extending her lead to 4-2.

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"I tried to just do what I had to do and keep that during the whole match - not thinking a lot".

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