Richard Gasquet has defeated Michal Przysiezny of Poland in the second round of the French Open. Gasquet won the match in the straight sets by 6-3, 6-3, 6-0.

It was a contest completely dominated by Gasquet. He overpowered Przysiezny with his muscular shots.

The Frenchman smashed a total of 39 winners in the match including 9 aces.

Gasquet was in an aggressive mood right from the start of the first set. He got breakthroughs in the 1st and the 3rd game and won the first four games consecutively to take a lead of 4-0.

Przysiezny reduced Gasquet’s lead to 4-2 by sneaking a breakthrough in the 6th game.

The next two games went with the serve and the score was 5-3 in Gasquet’s favour at the end of the 8th game.

The Frenchman broke Przysiezny’s serve again in the 9th game and clinched the opening set by 6-3.

Przysiezny couldn’t start well in the following set either. He dropped his serve in the second game to get trailed by 0-2. The next four games went with the serve and at the end of the 6th game; Gasquet had a lead of 4-2.

In the 7th game, Gasquet’s serve was broken which brought down his lead to 4-3.

Przysiezny had the opportunity to level the scores by holding his serve in the 8th game, but, he wasn’t able to do that. He lost his serve for the second time in the set and got down by 3-5.

Gasquet easily served out the 9th game and won the second set by the same margin of 6-3.

In the third set, Gasquet went absolutely ballistic. With a flurry of winners, he won the first 6 games in a row to register a bagel.

In the next round, Gasquet will face Nikolay Davydenko of Russia.