Lourdes Carlé had a great debut against the American Caroline Dolehide in straight sets (6-1, 6-2) in the qualifying round of Roland Garros. Argentinian, Jaimee Fourlis’ next competitor.
Opening hours at Lourdes Carle On the courts of Roland Garros, aiming for the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament for the first time, and more so in Paris, which is always so special for Argentine tennis. Born in Daireaux, the addition of very good experiences on the ITF circuit, recently in Bastad and Bodrum, saw him enter this previous stage with an unbeaten length. His rival was an American Caroline DolehideThe fifth seed in this Qualy, although there is always less level on this surface.
Carlé, nice for another round
The start of the game should really be asked from Lourdes, who suggested a duel from the bottom of the court, against an opponent who is not characterized by the patience required on clay, but who tends to play everything from everything. The American, who led the unforced errors, was going to serve twice in a row, and Carlé finished with a big 4-0 scoreboard. The Argentinian was in a great mood to serve, and he left no options for a completely frustrated competitor. Carlé did not hesitate and won a big 6-1 in the first quarter.
The trend was to continue in the second set, and Argentina started the break again after taking advantage of a great opportunity in the third game to finish 2-1 on the scoreboard. Every service turn suffered for Dolehide, who continued to find no comfort with his powerful shots, intervening too much and not reacting to Lourdes’ stability. After the second break, the Argentinian sealed his victory with a 6-2 final.