Actually the svg appears to be wrong … The pads are in group copper1 not copper0, copper0 is empty. I’m not sure what Fritzing will do with this but I bet it won’t produce a proper gerber. There are also no connectors, the pads are listed as pathxxx not connector0pin and connector1pin as they should be (although as long as the fzp file agrees fritzing probably won’t care). I’ll try substituting the pcb svg in to a 2 pin generic header and see what it produces.
Edit: Changing the two pad ids to connector0pin and connector1pin (to match the 2 pin header fzp file) Fritzing generates two pads on copper1 (the top layer) nothing
on the bottom layer and no hole. Fixing the layers doesn’t help as the path apparently isn’t in the correct format to generate a hole (although I don’t use them, I have seen paths that will generate a proper pad). So on to the standard circle sized to match the diameter of your pad with a standard 2o thou stroke width (as I don’t know the hole size you want, this produces a 0.049692in hole)
tst.fzpz (4.4 KB)
and the pcb svg (you need to right click it and “save as” to get the svg file back or unzip it from the part above).