posted on Jan, 20 2005 @ 04:41 PM
Sebastian Grosjean then became the second highest seed to go out of the men's singles after a shock defeat to fellow Frenchman Jean-Rene Lisnard.
Grosjean, the 14th seed, looked to be cruising to victory when he took the first two sets against Lisnard, who had to win three matches in qualifying
to get into the main draw.
But the world number 142 had other ideas and stormed back to take the next three sets and move into the third round of a grand slam for the first time
in his career.