Two matches, 101 unforced errors. Kvitova still lives in Paris

Twice the Wimbledon champion has not even saved her fans this time. In a match with Spain Soler, she tested their mental resistance with a bursting mixture of victorious and unexpectedly beaten strikes.

The only point she missed in the 5: 4 and 40-30 to win the first set, but sent it to the car. P>

A similar situation in the second set. Kvitova broke the 4: 3 bracelet, but defeated her bidding, and with a long crossed bekhend, she gave a 4-0 to 4: 4 match. Two matches, 101 unforced errors. On Thursday, only 6 of the 20 brejkballs changed. Even this time she did not look happy twice in the yard. Again, she had picked it up for almost two and a half hours.Even in the second encounter on Roland Garros 2015, however, refused to give up and moved on to the result 6: 7, 6: 4, 6: 2.

“It was a very difficult game, as it is at the beginning of grandslam,” she said. “I’m really glad to have found a way to turn the game and win.”

The Soler came to Kurt Suzanne Lenglen with the wretched 2-13 WTA Tour this year. But also with a determination to jump on a favorite that is vulnerable to the start of the tournament.

She was struggling with Kvit’s sharpshooters, scolding her service, first pointing primarily in longer exchanges.

The battle broke in End of the second set in the 4: 4 state. Kvitova, first with her hands folded and her head bowed, dropped her eyes to the orange pulp after she had crossed the side ramp again.So she missed the second brejkbol behind her. But the soothing Soler subsequently helped her with two own mistakes. It was her fateful shuffles.

Kvitova was overtaking in the fifth game of the third set, when she certainly killed the wounded forhend and broke the Spanish filing.

Leadership 3: 2 celebrated with a clenched fist and a glance at his box where coach Kotyza jumped out of the green seat.

The pure play of the left-winger from Fulnek and soon the victory and relief. > “I think I can play well on clay,” she said.

“My aggressive game does not work as I imagine, but I believe it will come. I have to fight so far. “After two two-act drama, Romanian Begu (30th in the world) is waiting for her.Kvitova beat her in the quarterfinals in Madrid 7: 5, 6: 3 three weeks ago. And then she won the title.