Mon. Jul 22nd, 2024

Five things to expect at Roland Garros

Five things to expect at Roland Garros 1
Five things to expect at Roland Garros 1

Roger Federer, the eighth seed, decided to attend Roland Garros, with the main round taking place from May 30, largely because he lost early at the Geneva Open last week.

The last time he attended Roland Garros in 2019, Federer reached the semi-finals.

Federer is one of the most awaited tennis players in Paris.

Regardless of Federer’s purpose in France, fans still wait for his matches.

Unlike Federer, Nadal wants his 14th trophy at Roland Garros.

Five things to expect at Roland Garros

Nadal is aiming for his 14th Roland Garros title, also his 21st Grand Slam. Photo: ATP

No one in history can match Nadal in terms of Roland Garros statistics.

Can Djokovic stop Nadal from winning his 21st Grand Slam?

Five things to expect at Roland Garros

Djokovic faces a second chance to achieve the Career Grand Slam.

In addition to the 19th Grand Slam, Djokovic has another historic milestone to aim for at Roland Garros this year.

Roland Garros waits for a new champion.

In the same branch as Tsitsipas is Alexander Zverev, who also showed high performance this season.

Five things to expect at Roland Garros

The next generation with Tsitsipas, Thiem, Medvedev and Zverev is the counterpart of the `Big 3` at Roland Garros 2021. Photo: ATP

Besides Zverev and Tsitsipas, Dominic Thiem, Andrey Rublev or Matteo Berrettini are all expected to create a surprise at Roland Garros this year.

Daniil Medvedev waits for his first win.

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