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Nevertheless, Footeval provides an index (MASS) allowing an athlete's capabilities to be assessed in football conditions, unlike VamEval, Gacon (45/15), or 30-15 FIT.
The powerful left-hander eased to a 6-2 7-5 success over stubborn Portuguese opponent Michelle Larcher Brito in the first round and could be more comfortable against Foretz Gacon, who is ranked at 101 and has not got past the second round at a Grand Slam since the 2002 US Open.
At 54th in the world, the Scot is Britain's leading female player and ranked 53 places higher than opponent Stephanie Foretz Gacon. That did not prevent the Frenchwoman from cruising to a 6-2 6-4 success.
Yesterday she lost the first four games to world No.107 Stephanie Foretz Gacon and never recovered as she went down 6-2 6-4.
52) Which 19-year-old tennis player became 47 the first British woman for 17 years to reach the second round of the French Open when she beat Stephanie Foretz Gacon?
1486 by Don Samuel Porteira with the support of Samuel Gacon. The first known Latin title, the Breviarium Bracarense, was printed in Braga by Johann Gherling in 1494, and the first vernacular book appeared only in 1495.
The Guernsey-born teenager has adorned the back pages of national newspapers and become instantly recognisable since that 7-6, 6-1 victory over France's Stephanie Foretz Gacon.
Four days after her 19th birthday, the former US Open junior champion beat Stephanie Foretz Gacon 7-6 (8/6) 6-1 in the first round at Roland Garros to become the first British woman to win a main-draw match since Clare Wood in 1994.
The firm has taken on Paul Vanstone, a masters graduate from Nottingham University, as a director and Frenchborn former Ernst & Young employee Florent Gacon as an executive.
"His muscle fibres allow him to run faster and longer than anyone else I've seen," Georges Gacon, who was his fitness trainer at Marseille, once said.
The collection was edited by Bijon and Gacon (Saint-Etienne U., France) and includes contributions from 11 additional authors.
Sets, Everest Canto de Montserrat; costumes, Nathalie Thomas, Marie-Helene Bouvet, Annie Tran, Cecile Gacon, Chloe Bucas; lighting, Elsa Revol, Hugo Mercier; sound, Yann Lemetre, Virginie Le Coent, Therese Spirli; painting, Elena Antsiferova.