Simona Halep, the sixth seed player at the Roland Garros 2016 is on the right path so far. During last year`s edition, Halep was surprisingly upset in the first round by Mirjana Lucic-Baroni (52 WTA). In 2014, the Romanian was a runner-up in the women`s singles being hardly outshonein the final rubber by Maria Sharapova. It is well known that Halep has a predisposal for inconsistency. This season, for example, she clinched the title in Madrid, a Premier Mandatory event, and then she lost the first match in Rome against Daria Gavrilova, a lower ranking player. At the French Oen, the sixth seed is making a great run, at least for the moment.

Two wins in straight sets.

In the first round match, Simona claimed victory after 43 minutes of playing. Her opponent, Nao Hibino ( 70 WTA), did not have too much to say on French clay. At the end of the match, the scoreboard displayed 6-2 6-0 for the Romanian. In the second round, on the other side of the net stood ZarinaDiyas ( 90 WTA). Despite her low ranking, Diyas exhibited some great Tennis during the confrontation. The opening set was quite interesting. Halep lost her focus and composure thus allowing Diyas to take the lead by 4-1. The first set went all the way to a tiebreak where Halep kept her nerve and won the set. With this moral foundation secured, the second set flew in one single direction.

Halep clinched the set by 6-2 and she seems ready to make a long prolific run in this tournament.

Things are getting interesting.

According to the draw, Halep is sharing the lower quarter with Agnieszka Radwanska ( 2 WTA). The Polish player has also a prodigious run, at least for now. They may cross paths in the quarterfinals.

But there is a long way ahead both of them. In the next match, Halep will have to deal with Naomi Osaka (101 WTA). The 18-year-old Japanese surpassed earlier today Mirjana Lucic-Baroni, Halep`s nightmare from last year. In the fourth round, it might be a revenge clash. In Halep`s way may occur Samantha Stosur (Stosur lost in their last clash in Madrid) or evenLucie Safarova (last year`s runner-up).

Safarova is struggling after a serious injury that kept her away from the tennis court for a while.

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