Netease Sports reported on September 30:
World number one
The top seed Djokovic played in the French Open with the Rome Masters champion and swept Sweden's Immel, who made his second appearance at the French Open in the first round. Djokovic's superb small ball tactics made Immel exhausted. The top seed in the first set blasted 10 winning points and made only one active turnover. He broke all 3 serving games of Imel and took 6 straight games to give eggs in 20 minutes.
After the two sides fought to 1 tie in the second set, the two broke each other, and Djokovic immediately regained the initiative, and the world first won the last 4 consecutive games. In the third set, the Djokovic also broke early. Immel, who was 1-3 behind, broke back successfully. However, after a 3 draw, the Swedish teenager lost another 3 games. Three sets compete for Djokovic and the scoring rate is as high as 61%
Djokovic has been unbeaten in the first round of the French Open for 16 consecutive years. He will compete with Lithuania’s Bellin.
The No. 7 seed Bellettini also went straight in three sets, beating Canada's Persbysier with a score of 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 in 1 hour and 48 minutes. Bellettini broke Persbysier's 2 serve in each set, which was his eighth singles victory this season. Persbysier played 7 times in his career in the French Open 7 times in all rounds.
Bellankis will face Harris of South Africa in the second round. Harris scored 45 winning points including 17 aces and blocked them with a score of 6-4, 6-4, 7-6(7). Australian teenager Popolin.