No panic as Garcia makes gains
It's the mark of a champion to find a way when the 'A Game' is off the mark, when the back-up plan doesn’t fully materialise.
No.4 seed Caroline Garcia eventually turned the tables 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 to navigate past Laura Siegemund.
"It was a crazy battle. Didn't play some great tennis, but very happy with the way I fought," reflected Garcia, with world No.45 Magda Linette awaiting in the second week.
For the Frenchwoman it's simple, to not panic.
"Everything is a challenge. You first have to fight an opponent, you have to fight yourself, you have to fight the around (circumstances)."
"We are trying the best with the team. Emotions, stress are here obviously. It means you care, you want to do good. You have to adjust, try to find the good balance. I am still alive in this tournament."