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French Open Day 5

Published 1813 GMT (0213 HKT) May 26, 2016
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Rafael Nadal picked up his 200th grand slam win by easing past Argentina's Facundo Bagnis 6-3 6-0 6-3. Dennis Grombkowski/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
So far Nadal isn't lingering on court at Roland Garros. The nine-time champion has dropped a total of nine games in two rounds. Dennis Grombkowski/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic also advanced in straight sets over qualifier Steve Darcis 7-5 6-3 6-4, although he disagreed with the chair umpire over a call at one stage. Julian Finney/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Djokovic, bidding for a first French Open crown, also became annoyed when Darcis struck winning drop shots. Julian Finney/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
But Djokovic finished the match with a smile on his face. Julian Finney/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was in good spirits, too. France's top men's hope at Roland Garros, he rallied to defeat fellow Australian Open finalist Marcos Baghdatis 6-7 (6-8) 3-6 6-3 6-2 6-2. Dennis Grombkowski/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Women's No. 1 Serena Williams has had no issues through two rounds. On Thursday the 21-time grand slam winner swept past Teliana Pereira 6-2 6-1. Julian Finney/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Eugenie Bouchard, a 2014 semifinalist, exited against eighth-seed Timea Bacsinszky 6-4 6-4 in a topsy-turvy affair. Dennis Grombkowski/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Bacsinszky, a semifinalist last year, came back from 4-1 in the first, winning 10 straight games. Dennis Grombkowski/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images