Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: "I didn't play a good match"

Jo-Wilfried Tsong serves during his second round win over Go Soeda on January 17, 2013
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French number one Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is disappointed with his performance during his straight-sets victory over Go Soeda.

French number one Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has declared himself disappointed with his performance during his straight-sets victory over Go Soeda on Thursday.

Tsonga appeared to be at his best as he powered his way to a 6-3 7-6(1) 6-3 win in just over two hours at the Australian Open.

However, the 27-year-old from Le Mans was unimpressed with his own efforts.

"I didn't play a good match," said Tsonga. "I didn't have the right attitude in this match.

"Hopefully I will be better in the next one and try to play my game more than I did today."

Tsonga will play Blaz Kavkic in round three after the Slovenian overcame wildcard James Duckworth in five sets.

Britain's Laura Robson hits a backhand return in the first round of the  Australian Open tennis championship on January 15, 2013
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