Netease Sports reported on September 29:
The 2020 French Open ends the second match day. Three-time Grand Slam champion Korbel lost to the 19-year-old Slovenian youngster Yuvan, stopping the first round for the fourth time in five years. Last year's tournament runner-up Wanzhuosova was also eliminated. Former champion Muguruza decisive set
Yu Wan defeated the former world No. 1 Kobel with two 6-3 scores and won his first game
Kobel was not the only seeded player to be out of the game on the second match day. Last year's runner-up Wandrosova only persisted in 63 minutes and was defeated by Polish teenager Sviatek with a score of 1-6, 2-6. Sviatek will compete with world number one Xie Shuwei in women's doubles for a top 32 spot.
After more than 3 hours of fierce battle, the 2016 tournament champion Muguruza narrowly defeated Zidansek of Slovenia with a score of -5, 4-6, 8-6, avoiding the bad luck of being out of the first round. This match is the longest time-consuming women's singles match since the start of the French Open, and it is also the 6th longest time-consuming competition so far in the season. Muguruza had a thrilling comeback after falling behind 0-3 in the final set.
In the other games that ended, Ukrainian star Svitolina, who came with the Strasbourg champion, defeated Gracheva 7-6(2), 6-4; Pavlyuchenkova 6-1 , 2-6, 6-1 eliminated the former champion and compatriot Kuznetsova.