If there’s a positive to come out of Casey Dellacqua’s first round loss at the French Open, it’s that she can now focus on the women’s doubles.
It’s all systems go for Casey Dellacqua with her French Open campaign getting underway tonight.
If the past week is anything to go by, Olivia Rogowska has more than enough talent to match it with the world’s best, despite losing a tough first round match at the French Open.
The draw for the French Open will see Emageo Group Athletes Casey Dellacqua and Olivia Rogowska come up against Ajla Tomljanovic and Magdalena Rybarikova respectively.
Olivia Rogowska has staged a remarkable comeback to book her spot in the French Open main draw after a 3-6 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 win over Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia on Friday in Paris.
Olivia Rogowska is one win away from a main draw spot at the French Open after a hard fought three set victory over Tessah Andrianjafitrimo on Thursday in Paris.
An impressive straight sets defeat of 18th seed Aliaksandra Sasnovich has seen Olivia Rogowska progress to the next round of qualifying at the French Open.
Olivia Rogowska will play for a spot in the French Open main draw when women’s qualifying gets underway at Roland Garros tomorrow.
Casey Dellacqua has taken a cautious approach and withdrawn from her scheduled first round match against Victoria Azarenka at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia Tournament in Rome.
Casey Dellacqua has teamed with Yaroslava Shvedova for the first time to capture the Mutua Madrid Open doubles title in a strong field.