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June 27, 2019
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Rafael Nadal is the second most successful player in Grand Slam history but could move level with old rival Roger Federer with 20 Major titles by ruling at his beloved Roland Garros.
Nadal has won 12 of his 19 Grand Slam titles in the French capital – only he and three other men have won the tournament since 2005 – but he has been drawn in the same half as Dominic Thiem and has something to prove after a below-par reappearance in Rome.
The Spaniard made his first competitive appearance since the ATP Tour was suspended in March in Italy last week but was found wanting in the last eight against Diego Schwartzman, who broke him five times from just ten service games to run out a 6-2 7-5 winner.
Novak Djokovic capitalised on Nadal’s slip-up to beat Schwartzman in the final and the hungry Serb could deliver again with Thiem and Nadal set to do battle in the last four.
Djokovic showed no lasting effects from his controversial disqualification from the US Open to conquer Rome and unlike Nadal his well-being is proven. Expect the world number one to make the most his favoured draw.
2018 French Open champion Simona Halep heads the betting at Roland Garros in her pursuit of a third Grand Slam title, and it is difficult to dispute her title claims following recent triumphs in Prague and Rome.
Favouritism is justified but there are a few obstacles in her way – Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka, Elina Svitolina and Kiki Bertens are all housed on her half of the draw. Instead, punters should opt for each-way value with Garbine Muguruza.
The Spaniard was beaten by Halep in the semi-finals of the Italian Open last time out but she took her in-form rival the distance and prior to that had outclassed Sloane Stephens, Coco Gauff, Johanna Konta and Azarenka.
Muguruza is a big-time player who saves herself for Major competition. She has made 12 WTA finals in her career but four of those title deciders, including a surprise run to the Australian Open final earlier this year, have come in Grand Slam events.
The 26-year-old is at her most consistent on the slower surface – she has reached at least the fourth round here in each of the last six seasons and was crowned champion in 2016.
There are a lot of question marks surrounding the well-being of the fellow seeds in her half of the draw and it would be a disappointment if she didn’t give herself every chance of securing a third Grand Slam title.
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The Grand Slam tournaments – Australian Open, French Open (Roland Garros), Wimbledon and US open are the most prestigious events in the Tennis calendar.
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Stade Roland Garros, Paris hosts the second major of the year, The French Open. The only Grand Slam event held on clay over the last two weeks in late May and early June. It also brings the clay court season to an end.
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