Elina Svitolina despatched of American Ann Li in straight sets to reach the third round of the French Open.
The fifth seed and three-time quarter-finalist at Roland Garros kept alive her chances of winning a first Grand Slam title by winning 6-0 6-4.
Svitolina raced through the first set, needing just half an hour to take it 6-0 as Li struggled to find her feet playing in the second round at Roland Garros for the first time.
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The Ukrainian broke in the opening game to 30 and was relentless from then on - although there were signs the former Wimbledon junior runner-up was working her way back into the match in a 10-minute fifth game, which Svitolina eventually took to secure a third break of serve after a back and forth deuce exchange.
But Svitolina found things tougher in the second set, as Li emerged from her chair looking like a completely different player.
Li got the confidence boost she needed by getting on the scoreboard straight away, before breaking to 15 and consolidating that to go 3-0 up. The American looked on course to take the match to a decider, until a visibly frustrated Svitolina broke back in the seventh game of the set - eventually solidifying that with a nervy service game to make it 4-4.
Focused restored, Svitolina broke to 15 and duly served out to secure her place in the third round, where she will take on either Ekaterina Alexandrova or Barbora Krejcikova.
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