Top-ranked Barty fights through injury to avoid upset opening loss

World number one Ash Barty figured out how to play through a physical issue and fight off an annoyed against American Bernarda Pera with a 6-4 3 6-2 success in her initial match of the French Open on Tuesday.

Getting back to the Philippe Chatrier court after her lady Grand Slam win in 2019, the 25-year-old Australian appeared to voyage against the 70th-positioned Pera when she was up 5-2 in the initial set.

Barty, who avoided the claycourt Grand Slam a year ago in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, begun moving drowsily from there on, plainly disturbed by a physical issue, and afterward took a clinical break toward the finish of the second set after Pera evened out the match.

The Australian, who began the match with a vigorously lashed left thigh, continued battling and discovered an approach to triumph and a second round gathering against either Magda Linette of Poland and Frenchwoman Chloe Paquet.

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