News from October 3, Beijing time, the 2020 French Open will continue, and the former doubles world No. 1 Krygitskova’s singles breakthrough journey is still going on. She reversed 5-7 6-4 6-3. Pironkova, who played as a wild card, was among the top 16 Grand Slam singles for the first time in her career.
从北京时间10月3日开始的消息，2020年法国公开赛将继续进行，前世界双打冠军Krygitskova的单打突破之旅仍在继续。她以5-7 6-4 6-3逆转。扮演外卡的皮龙科娃（Pironkova）首次进入大满贯16强单打。
Although the Czech lost the first set when she broke serve first, she quickly regained her strength, and then did not lose a serve, and finally sealed the victory after 2 hours and 38 minutes of fierce battle.
Kregitskova completed decisive breaks early in the last two sets, and defended her position well to avoid being counterattacked by opponents.
She resolved a break point in the second set to establish a 3-1 lead, and the final set saved another in four evenly split tug-of-wars. She also brought the score to 3-1 and kept the advantage to the end.
From the technical statistics, the performance of the two sides on the bottom line is evenly matched: both players have 36 winning points recorded, and unforced errors are basically the same-Krejitzkova 38 times, Pilonkova 39 times.
"It was a very difficult game, full of fluctuations. I lost the first set. The conditions of the game were very difficult," Kregickova said.
"I just really enjoy the feeling of fighting on the court and enjoying the game. This is the first time I have scored the third round of a Grand Slam. I am fighting for every ball and doing my best to win the game. I was lucky in the end. I am very, very happy to be able to win."
When No. 10 seed Azarenka stopped in the second round and No. 6 seed Serena Williams retired, the lottery of this district showed a completely open trend. Kregitkova, ranked 114th in the world, will compete with Podoloska, ranked 131st in the world, for the quarter-finals.
In the game that ended earlier, Podoloska defeated the former TOP30 player Schmidlova 6-3 6-2 in two straight sets, becoming the first Argentine female player to reach the fourth round of the French Open after Dulko in 2011.
This is only the second time Podoloska has played in a major championship in his career, and Kregitkova is the third.