France, May 27 -- It finished 6-1, 6-2 to the 22-year-old Pole who needed only an hour to advance.

Swiatek, who is chasing a fourth French Open crown, breezed through the opener on the back of crunching returns which left Jeanjean leaden footed.

Jeanjean, 28, showed an element of revolt at the start of the seond set when she broke Swiatek's service. But Swiatek broke back immediately to level at 1-1.

From 2-2, though, it was one-way traffic. Swiatek held for 3-2 and Jeanjean's second doouble fault of the match gave Swiatek a break point for a 4-2 lead.

Swiatek pounced on a weak second serve to drive a return to Jeanjean's backhand which she could only prod into the net.

Swiatek won the next eight points to wrap up the set 6-2 and the...