Milos Raonic is into round three of the French Open with a straight-sets win over Jiri Vesely.
Milos Raonic has reached the third round of the French Open with a straight-sets win over Jiri Vesely.
The Canadian, who is seeded eighth in Paris, claimed the opening set 7-4 in a tie-break before he took further control with a 6-4 triumph in the second.
With Vesely struggling to combat his opponent's serve, Raonic sealed his progress 6-1 in the third with just over two hours on the clock.
Raonic will now face Gilles Simon for a spot in round four following the Frenchman's comfortable victory against Colombia's Alejandro Gonzalez.
Result: Raonic eases through at French Open >