Iga Swiatek demolished American Alison Riske 6-0, 6-2 as she raced into the third round of the French Open on Thursday with her 30th consecutive victory.

The world number one wasted no time on court Suzanne Lenglen, showing no mercy as she went close to dishing out the first 'double bagel' of this year's tournament.

The Polish player, the hot favourite to claim a second title in three years, was virtually unchallenged by the world number 43 who could only manage seven points in the opening set.

Riske put up something of a fight in the second, letting out a big scream and raising her hand in celebration when she won her first game to reduce the arrears to 3-1.

Swiatek did not ease the pressure and wrapped it up in just over an hour when Riske's backhand sailed long.

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She is on the longest winning run since Serena Williams bagged 34 consecutive victories in 2013 - still a far cry, however, from Martina Navratilova's all-time record of 74 from 1984.

Swiatek has also now won 44 of the last 45 sets she has played and is undefeated since losing to former French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko in Dubai in February, having won a set 6-0 on 15 occasions this year.

"I'm pretty happy. Happy to play solid tennis. It's my first singles match on Lenglen and it was a pleasure," Swiatek said.

"Just being focused and to put pressure on my opponent so I have the initiative at the start of the rallies. I'm getting better and better at it but I'm still not an expert."

Next up for Swiatek is Danka Kovinic of Montenegro with the draw looking increasingly favourable for the Pole, following the early eliminations of defending champion Barbora Krejcikova, Tunisian sixth seed Ons Jabeur and Greek world number three Maria Sakkari.