At the end of day six there were three American players in the singles draw. One man, and two women. Sofia Kenin moved into the fourth round with an easy victory today; she is playing more and more like the grand slam champion she is, and she is giving Americans hope.
Danielle Collins worked some magic today to upset the former champion  Garbine Muguruza; thus, at the end of day seven, there are still three Americans left in the singles draw of the 2020 French Open.
|American Men (13)>>>> 1||American Women (19) >>>>2|
| Sebastian Korda (Q)|| Sofia Kenin |
 Danielle Collins
Fallen Non-American Seeds
 Matteo Berrettini fell in straight sets to  Daniel Altmaier (GER). I do not know much about this twenty-two-year-old German, but he is having the tournament of his life.
 Aryna Sabalenka lost in three sets to  Ons Jabeur from Tunisia. The Tunisian is proving to be a force late in her career; if she can stay physically fit, she may pose a threat in the next round. How far will she go? I am curious, I have always admired her game. I think that if she were fitter, she could seriously challenge for titles. Her lack of fitness shows in the latter stages of matches and tournaments. A pity her team does not address that aspect of her game.
 Roberto Bautista Agut lost to fellow Spaniard  Pablo Carreno Busta in four sets.
Korda Into 2nd Week Of French Open
American youngster, Sebastian Korda will play his idol,  Rafael Nadal, tomorrow. How can Korda threaten the king of clay? He is full of confidence and he has game, are those enough? Nadal has already made it known he thinks these are the most difficult conditions he has ever played at Roland Garros, can Korda use this to his advantage or is Nadal’s spin too much for him to handle at this stage?
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