When the wrestling match began, Rosalind felt most for the young wrestler out of empathy. His friendless state and desire for death made her think that he too was as unfortunate as herself.
Rosalind took such a deep interest in his danger at the time of wrestling that it may be said she fell in love with Orlando at that very moment.
Orlando’s unexpected victory and his courage and skill in the wrestling match pleased Duke
Frederick very much. He was so pleased that he wanted to know Orlando’s name and parentage. But when he came to know that Orlando was the son of Sir Rowland de Boys, one of the friends of the banished duke, his pleasure turned into anger.