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MADRID Cheap Washington Redskin Jerseys , May 5 (Xinhua) -- China's Li Na beat Belgian Kristen Flipkens 6-1, 7-6 (8) to qualify for the third round of the WTA Madrid Open on Monday.

Playing in the early session, the No. 2 seed looked to be completely in control in the first set, which she took comfortably 6-1.

Li Na also looked to be on course to take the second set with ease, but then ran into problems on her serve allowing the Belgian to make two service breaks to force a tie break.

Li Na's victory means that she will now face her another Chinese player, Jie Zheng who beat Mariana Duque-Marino of Colombia 7-6(5), 6-2 on Sunday in order to book her place inthe third round.

China's Shuai Peng is also into the last 32, where she will face reigning Champions and number one seed, Serene Williams, who is once again favorite for the tournament after winning in Madrid for the last two years.

Zhang Shuai's Madrid adventure, ended on Monday, however, as she was beaten in straight sets by the wildcard Rumanian, Irina Begu.

Other players who have already qualified for the last 32 include Maria Sharapova, who is ranked eighth in Madrid this year, number 11 seed Ana Ivanovich, number 5 seed, Petra Kvitova and the consistant Italian, Sara Errani.

Monday also saw an interview with Li Na published in the Spanish sports paper, 'Marca' in the interview, she said that after winning this year's Australian Open she had to admit she was in the best momento of her career.

"The results are arriving and i am ranked secomd in the World, which is something I had never managed before," she said, before admitting that her win in Australia and previously in France had a huge impact on her life.

"Everyone's life changes after winning a Grand Slam. I have been anonmyous for a long time and i can tell the difference," she said.

Li Na inssited she had not looked for fame in her homeland, "although I am popular, I have never thought about being a superstar. It still surprises me when people recognize me in the street," she admitted.

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About France Grand Prix (FGP)

The FGP is a Formula One race held as part of the 'Federation Internationale de l'Automobile'.

Grand Prix (GP) motor racing originated in France and the FGP, open to international competition, is the oldest of the GP races.

The first FGP was run on June 26, 1906 under the auspices of the 'Automobile Club de France', in Sarthe, with a starting field of thirty-two automobiles. It was the first automobile race called a 'Grand Prix' and was won by the Hungarian Ferenc Szisz on a Renault - after two days and 1,238 kilometers.

The first World Championships were organized in 1925 with the FGP, the Italian GP, the Belgian GP and the Indianapolis 500.

With the exception of 1955, the FGP has been part of the Formula One championships since its inception in 1950.

Over the years, the annual competition has been held at various racetracks throughout France. All in all, seven racetracks have been used: the Circuit Nevers was preceded by Clermont-Ferrand (4 times), Dijon (5 times), Le Castellet (14 times), Le Mans (once), Reims (11 times) and Rouen (5 times). The only country where an even larger number of racetracks (eight) is used for GP racing is the USA.

Since 1991 it has been held at its permanent home at the Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours.

Legends from Grand Prix past...

In celebration of the FGP Centenary, the 'Federation Francaise du Sport Automobile' will be bringing to race fans the sights and sounds of historic F1 GP cars.

Historic GP racing features exciting, beautifully prepared Formula One cars from the 3 litre, pre-ground effects and pre-turbo era, from 1966 to 1978. The different eras entered in this series are divided into 4 categories: Clark, Steward, Fittipaldi, and Lauda.

These GP cars from days gone by have been thrilling race fans throughout the world reviving the sensations of past glories. Typical starting grids have included Tyrrell, Lotus, Matra, McLaren, Cooper, BRM and more from this fantastic decade of GP racing. These are the actual cars driven by GP stars such as Hunt, Fittipaldi, Stewart, Amon, Rindt, Hill, Reutemann, Beltoise, Cevert and Peterson.

The FGP 100th anniversary celebrations has drawn over 22 famous cars and international drivers who have come as far as America, England, France, etc to race on the Nevers - Magny Cours circuit. The Brabham BT24 Repco formally driven by Sir Jack Brabham and winner of the 1967 FGP will be coming all the way from Sydney to seek another French victory over 50 years later.

More car stars on the entry list include such greats as the Tyrell 007 1974 (P. Depailler), Wolf WR1 1978 (J. Scheckter), 1978 Fittapaldi F5A (E. Fittapaldi), Lotus 1977 - (Mario Andretti), Williams FW06 1977 (Alan Jones), and many more.

With qualifying sessions on Friday and Saturday afternoon, the 14th and the 15th of July, followed by the race on Sunday, the 16th of July, this promises to be one of the most passionate and exciting of the various support races scheduled over the FGP weekend.

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Charm and Elegance with a view of the City of Light.

In the heart of Paris, near the Rue Saint Honore, between the Place de la Madeleine and the Saint Augustin Church, lies an elegant mid-19th century building: the distinguished Hotel Le Lavoisier. Inside one finds innovative and contemporary interior design characterised by pastel hues and neo-classical furniture that create an atmosphere of charm and serenity.

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