"The crowd was... actually, it was like switching. So in the beginning I thought it was a lot for me and then towards the second and third set, she was getting a lot more," said the 19-year-old Brit after the match.
"I didn't actually mind that, to be honest, because I just loved the atmosphere. The French crowd is definitely very honest, but it was fun to play in front of. They just wanted Benoit to get on," she added with a laugh, referring to home favourite Benoit Paire, who was scheduled next on that court.
"It was definitely a fun atmosphere to play in front of, and I'm happy that I get another chance to."
Raducanu was spotted high-fiving a fan upon victory and it turns out, he has become quite the familiar face at her matches.
"I was so surprised to see him, actually. He was at every single match in the US Open. Then he went to Indian Wells, as well, a few weeks after. I haven't seen him since. To see him here was pretty something," said Raducanu.
"Yeah, he was just getting behind me every single match. Yeah, it's really nice to see him here."