Tennis - Poland's Urszula Radwanska, who knocked out former world no. 1 Venus Williams in the first round on Sunday, failed to follow up on her big win and crashed out of the French Open in the second round on Wednesday. Radwanska lost to German qualifier Dinah Pfizenmaier ranked 127th in the world.
Pfizenmaier will now go on to meet Urszula's sister, the fourth seeded Agnieszka Radwanska in the third round. Agnieszka had scored a straight sets win over American Mallory Burdette earlier in the day. with the chance to set up a third-round match against her older sister, No.
4-seeded Agnieszka. Pfizenmaier won 6-3, 6-3 to advance to the third round in a slam for the first time. Urszula commented, "I was very happy after that match. And today, for sure, I'm upset about this match. I didn't play good at all, from the beginning to the end.
It wasn't my game.'' Pfizenmaier has not played Agnieszka before but said she would do her homework. "Maybe (I'll) watch some videos or YouTube or ask some players. Maybe (she'll play) like her sister.'