French Open/A 16-year-old girl breaks into the third round and makes bold words to win 25 Grand Slam gold cups | French Open | Sports

Russia’s 16-year-old Mirra Andreeva, who was promoted in a foreign competition, just became a post-2005 promotion todayFrench OpenThe youngest player in the third round of women’s singles immediately set her career goal on winning a record-breaking 25 Grand Slam gold cups.

Agence France-Presse and the Associated Press reported that Andreeva defeated French player Diane Parry 6-1, 6-2 in today’s second round match.

Andreeva, who trained in France, is currently ranked 143 in the world, and this is her first Grand Slam.

In 2005, 15-year-old Bulgarian player Sesil Karatantcheva (Sesil Karatantcheva) broke into the quarter-finals of the French Open. Now Andreeva has become the youngest player to enter the quarter-finals after her.

Andreeva is also the seventh player under the age of 17 to advance to the third round of the French Open in 30 years.Serena Williams(Serena Williams), Hingis (Martina Hingis) and other famous tennis players who have won multiple Grand Slam titles have set the same record.

Andreeva made golden sentences during the interview. She said: “My dream? I know (Serbian male tennis star) Novak Djokovic (Novak Djokovic) has 22 Grand Slam titles, so if possible, I hope to win to 25 crowns.”

She also said that the Big Three are her favorite tennis players. Roger Federer has always been her No. 1, but Rafa Nadal (Rafa Nadal) won the 14th French Open last year, which changed her mind greatly. Now the two are tied for her No. 1, “But I don’t want to offend Novak (Jokevich), so let’s put it this way, all three are ranked first.”

Andreeva is logically busy writing homework for online courses. She admits that she doesn’t like homework and laments that “chemistry sucks.”

The reporter asked her what she was doing in her free time. She replied: “I don’t have any hobbies. I think I am just an ordinary girl. I like to watch some TV series when I have free time. … I also have to do my studies, but to be honest Tell me, sometimes I don’t do it.”

Andreeva’s next match will be against last year’s French Open runner-up and sixth seed Coco Gauff, a 19-year-old American. The two used to practice together, but Andreeva said it meant little for Sunday’s game.

“Practices are different than games, so I might play differently,” she said. “I don’t know, who knows?”

On the other hand, Polish female player Iga Swiatek, who is ranked No. 1 in the world and is seeking to defend her title, just passed her 22nd birthday yesterday. 3 rounds, on the 3rd will face Chinese player Wang Xinyu.