According to the local federation on Friday evening, Belinda Bencic of Switzerland, who will occupy 14th place in the world rankings, will be the Olympic Swiss Olympic champion in the first round, MTI reported.
|Jani can also serve on the main RG board (Image: AFP)|
“I’ve been excited since last night to sit at the main table as a lucky loser, I didn’t sleep much at night,” the Hungarian Tennis Federation quoted Janet as saying. “Thanks to my ranking, I made it into the losing top five and ended up in the top three making it to the main table. I can’t even tell you how happy I am for him, it’s a huge gift for me trying to enjoy every minute of the match, especially being able to Playing against Belinda Bencic.
On Monday, Gani Reca beat Audrey Albei (438) in front of the Hungarian crowd to 6:4, 6:2, and on Wednesday she was better than Jamie Forlis (236) in Australia 6:7 (3-7), 7:5, 6 : 3, and finally on Thursday, 7: 5, 6: 2, Serbian Alexander Kronets (117) knocked out. He is entering the Roland Garros qualifiers for the fourth time, but on Monday it was his first victory over the slag in Paris.
Five Hungarians – Marton Fukowicz, Attila Palaz, Anna Bondar, Bana Udvardi and Dalma Galvi – can start from the main table 128, Jani, who can play on the main table of a Grand Slam tournament for the first time since the 2011 US Open.
Main Table, Round 1
Djokovic (Serbian, 1) – Niseuka (Japan)
Thompson (Australia) – Nadal (Spanish, 5)
Zverev (German, 3) – Offner (Austria)
Medvedev (Russian, 2,) – Bagnes (Argentine)
Márton Fucsovics (Hungarian)Blancano (French)
Attila Palace (Hungarian)– Cilic (Croatian, 20)
Swiatek (Polish, 1) – Curenko (Ukrainian)
Udvardi Bana (Hungarian)Contreras (Mexico)
Dalma Galvi (Hungarian)– Danilovic (Serbian)
Anna Bondar (Hungarian)– Kvitova (Czech, 32)
Jani Rika (Hungarian)– Pensek (Switzerland, 14)
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